Fear keeps us planted. Fear keeps us is constant motion. It is both quicksand and the burning coals beneath our feet.
It seems genuinely human to observe superstar athletes with a touch of reverence. We enjoy gazing upward at those more talented, simultaneously in awe and envy.
It was a cold Saturday morning in January. Despite the air temperature being only 9 degrees, the sun was shining bright in the cloudless sky.
On Christof Teuscher’s blog, you can find a list of his “Selected Epic Failures.” Teuscher does not hide this list.
If you do a little internet research into the origins of the hottest new sport of the last decade – yes, that would be stand up paddle boarding – you’ll soon discover a video from 1939.
I’m staring at a blank white screen, watching a blue cursor blink on, then off. Interestingly…
I’ve been involved with coaching youth runners now for the better part of a decade. As…
New Year’s Resolutions: This year I’m going to do a 5K. This year I’m going to…
Is your body plagued with bumps, bruises, aches and pains? Running injuries are common. There are many factors that lead to injuries.
The best athlete in the world is the individual who seeks to progress by setting and achieving challenging but attainable goals, serves others, and measures ultimate success in sport by their happiness.