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Nabbin’ Madden Bike/Run Duathlon Workout – Level One Variation (Level Two, C(om)ing Soon!) Start Location:   halfway between Durango and Mancos, Colorado Equipment:  although i used a Cross Bike for this particular day,  a MTB would probably serve you better.   Running shoes.  Hydration Pack with Tailwind. Ilg’s Roundtrip Time:   just under 3 hours. […]

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Most Noble Sangha, Having considerable experience both personally and professionally in multi-day hiking and trail work/trailbuilding,   i wish to offer without charge this Proven Pathway which has kept many a hiker/trailworker healthy and capable of enduring the associated challenges which must be met, calmed, and conquered by the multi-day hiker/trail worker/builder…. feeble ilg only […]

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Ilg Rev Master-1357

our peleton (20 warriors and warrioresses tonight!) shares a sacredly fun hour along any one of our imaginary outdoor rides we do in the summer…stop by if you are willing and able…let me know if you’d like a video to be made of one of my classes for my out of town Tribal Brothers and Sisters…

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think bicycle racing is tough? phfff. think nordic ski racing is tough? guess again. running? uh…..kindygarten. ashtanga/power/hot yoga? c’mon; and you best bring your Mula Bandha! Cycle Crosser’s? uh what, y’all run for like uh, 30 seconds max? you don’t know deep, sacred, delicious pain, until you’ve raced on Sport Snowshoes… c’mon…bring your off season […]

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celebrating freedom;  4,600′ of high altitude sweat salutes; Kennebec Pass mountain bike ride

Ride Stats:

date: this morning, July 3rd, 2011 with my chi-ldhood best friend; Greg.

type of purification: mountain biking

effort: 36 miles, 4,600′ of climbing, all on double & singletrack from elevation ranging from 8,000′ to 11,750′ with a technical grading of 4+ bike skills and significant will power

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A Durango Gem of a Trail loaded with full frontal WF Chi:  LOG CHUTES!

located a glorious 7 miles and a thousand-plus feet higher than my riverfront home lies a special – if not hallowed – yes, c(om)e to TAF it…it IS hallowed – training ground…i’ve known it since a kid borrowing Lorie Worthan’s automatic clutch, 3-speed Honda trail bike, upon which i swear to Lord Shiva, i’d take up to these trails among the wild Turkey, Coyote, Fox, Deer, Elk, and Bear Beings and strip my ass butt naked, and motor around on these trails fast as i could…pressing my little scrotum against the wide, sweaty vinyl seat seeking new dizzying heights of pre-orgasmic bliss…flash forward to me today, 40-odd years later; same trails, same nearly orgasmic sensations…the only difference? i ain’t naked (though i’d like to be), and i’m either running or mountain biking…or, like earlier today? i’m doing both…c’mon; welcome to The Logchute Trail System!

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mulabandhasana

well, that’s just it, isn’t it?

Wholeness.

No matter what.

Wholistic Fitness™.

To Dance our Inner Dragons.

To Win Overall Podiums in endurance sports at nearly 50 and still chip away at tight hips all the while…

To Destroy Avidya.

To Balance our Weaknesses.

To Toe The Start Lines…

To one day,

one lifetime…

Win The Human Race…
To BecOMe
Enlightened.

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NEW!  HP Yoga™ Sequence: New Year’s Flow, 2011

New Year Flow; 2011

Here is an offering for your solo asana Practice in celebration of your devoted support, strength, and spirit. This Slow Flow HP Yoga™ vinyasa routine – which takes between one hour to 90 minutes depending on how deliciously deep you want to go – was created throughout 2010. This NYF 2011 reflects some of my most healing, energizing, and popular sequences from my personal and professional yoga practice and instruction. I actually refined this routine in early December, 2010 while channeling during solo asana to Self Heal a severely sprained knee. The salient and palpable training effect from this flow is a deeply rejuvenating tonic for the body, mind, and spirit. Enjoy! All abilities.

Translated directly from my Zendo Notes…

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