What I Learned From Carrying a Rock up a Big Mountain

Hiking Mount Moosilauke with a Rock in Hand: My “Rock” Climbing Trip Report This is my rock. There are many like it, but this one is mine. This past Saturday, I carried this rock up and down Mt. Moosilauke (4802′) … Continued

We’re going to carry big rocks up and down one of the White Mountains. You in?

Note: I’m looking for men to carry big rocks up and down one of the White Mountains in New Hampshire for a day hike this summer. Will you join us – in person, or in spirit? I am blessed to … Continued

What I Love Most About Running

Another runner and blogger, Jason Fitzgerald of Strength Running (whom I interviewed here), posed a question on his blog the other day… He asked, “what do YOU love about running? And what’s your FAVORITE part of being a runner?” Of … Continued

Interview with Jeff Kuhland

If you haven’t met Jeff Kuhland before, it’s probably because he’s been so busy trekking through the back country via compass and topo maps, battling river rapids by raft or kayak, pulling all-nighters in some obscure wilderness with his adventure … Continued

Running For Dummies, Idiots, Nitwits, And Other Normal People Like You And I

A Quick Primer On How Running Is Supposed To Be + A Short Exposé On How To Run Properly All right. Let’s get one thing straight. I’m not saying you’re a dummy, but I am saying that some runners, out … Continued

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