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Don Reichelt Runs The Badwater 135

Don Reichelt Runs The Badwater 135

The Badwater 135 is called the toughest footrace on planet Earth.  Covering 135 miles, the race goes from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney CA.  Temperatures can reach as high as 135 degrees F and the race puts the runners under significant stress with their first step

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The Reasons Why

The Reasons Why

It is hard, at times, to explain what it is that drives us to be active.  Is it something intrinsic?  Is it that it just feels good?  Maybe we know that it is good for us?  Is society telling us it is the right thing to do?  Well, yea, probably it's all of that and more. 

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Life Doesn't Come In A Pill

Life Doesn't Come In A Pill

Why do we remember certain experiences and forget others?  It seems that often it is the level of energy, commitment, and sacrifice that we put into what we do that creates the most lasting memories and feelings.  

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Four Ways Coffee Damages Your Training Regimen

Four Ways Coffee Damages Your Training Regimen

I know this going to raise the hackles of some my biohacking friends and competitive athlete clients who love their bulletproof coffee. 

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Our Friend Astragalus

5 Things You Didn't Know About Our Friend Astragalus

Allow us to introduce you to Astragalus. Astragalus is one of the main ingredients in our Performance Tea energy blend. Here are some of primary benefits of Astragalus.

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Four Minute Mile

Four Minute Mile

The man who did what no one thought was possible, Roger Bannister, passed away a few weeks ago at the age of 88. He was an Oxford medical student when he ran the first sub-four-minute mile in 1954. 

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