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Changing It Up: From Winter to Summer Racing…a Wholistic Perspective…

Apr 28, 2016

Changing It Up:  From Winter to Summer Racing…a Wholistic Perspective…

Confidence is born from Training.

Though i’ve not sat in a bicycle saddle a FRACTION of the time compared to the mighty warrior brothers tonight? Ilg will be smiling upon my aero bars, hunkered low against Sister Wind, snapping my thighs at the top tube, recollecting my times offering my sweat upon the scared snows while ski racing, snowshoeing, and doing the MULTISPORT DANCE!

Wholeness lives in versatility.

Never count out your ‘lack of specific training’…that’s an illusion of the sport-specific Clans…so predictable in their lack of wholeness, in their lack of trust in It All…

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as i was beginning to die, 

Apr 25, 2016


 pic:  several weeks ago…feeble yogi ilg enjoying a skiers winter life in our precious, heavenly hamlet beneath  the sacred peak of Dibé Nitsaa with my live-in Rinpoche; Dewachen Ilg (8).  tis a great Medicine Blessing to have nearly died 3x in this one lifetime for rare is the moment – let alone a day – […]

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Student Quote of the Day; “Cheers to your life’s work…” Student Joe G checks in…

Apr 23, 2016

lg ext

ilg performing Leg Extensions using  the Wholistic Fitness® Standard Staccato Technique which really ignites the quads, meanwhile, note the WF technique of not holding onto the machine, which engages the core to stabilize the movement resulting in my maxim;  “Less is more…”   pic by Mike Powell in my book, The Winter Athlete.  WF Strength Training is […]

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practice all your life…

Apr 22, 2016


Don’t be in too much of a hurry to solve all your doubts and problems. As the masters say: “Make haste slowly.” I always tell my students not to have unreasonable expectations, because it takes time for spiritual growth. It takes years to learn Japanese properly or to become a doctor. Can we really expect […]

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