can i just say that skate skiing for 2 hours into alpine skiing for another 2 is like the most delicious form of high mountain suffering a true yogi can ever pray to experience?
honestly however, me toeing the Start Line tomorrow? has helped in unspeakably potent ways to heal my knee. see; let me tell you a Secret of Mountaineering, Sport Performance, Overcoming Weakness/Imbalance, Conquering Dis-ease and Injury, and last however, not least, Chi-ld Rearing: ALWAYS MOVE IN THE DIRECTION YOU WANT TO GO.
if you had seen my right knee one and a half weeks ago, here is what you…well, actually perhaps not YOU being a WF devotee…however, here is what many would have (and many did) say:
photo: coach, a two-time World Mountain Snowshoe Championship athlete is on schedule to produce a USSSA Sanctioned Snowshoe Race in his hometown of Durango, Colorado, this February…stay fit, and stay tuned!
can you recommend a good pair of snowshoes for this blessed winter? are there ones that are good for both fast pace and slower backcountry hiking?
don’t miss this feature on HP Yoga™ at the Church Of The High Pines blog! Thanks Larry!
I was informed the night before the Road Race by the Race Organizer that my division “C” would not be eligible for an Overall Championship/Jersey. i’d be moved into the “B” division for the rest of the Championships (RR and Crit). must admit; it was a buzzkill fer sure since i was in first place with my two favorite events ahead of me. yet, podiums i’m not lacking in so it wasn’t that big of a deal.
“The Ilg before the storm…” special thanks to HP Yogi RT for the helmet and Miguel for the Cervelo! photo by Ken. What can i say? i felt my Tribe with me this evening… the Nordic Weather Gods were out in full display…lightning, downpours, scintillating pockets of sunset, and the end of a rainbow arching […]
Durango, Colorado – your “Endless Beginner” of a Tribal Chief made yet another noble – yet unspectacular – effort tonight beneath Sister Rain Clouds and Hanuman Wind Clouds closing in as fast as an October sunset should be over the La Plata Mountains. finished 2nd in the C race among the Durango Sage and the “extremely rough, wet, […]