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March 16, 2010 posted by

Enjoying My Coffee

A few months back we were treated to a study showing excessive coffee drinkers were at a much lower risk for prostate cancer. Now we’re seeing stats telling us it…

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February 9, 2010 posted by

Let Moderation Be For Other People

I’ve always thought the cliché everything in moderation was ridiculous. Now I’ve got some stats to back me up. The “world’s largest study on running” has concluded that more exercise…

October 12, 2009 posted by

Born To Run

I recently had one of the more pleasurable reading experiences of my life. I read a lot. As you might imagine, much of this is fairly technical in its nature…

October 6, 2009 posted by

You Can’t Fire A Cannon From A Canoe

I’ve spent the last week at a conference. Well, it’s more of a brain dump, actually. A good friend of mine has cancer and, with his future uncertain, rounded up…

July 9, 2009 posted by

Ronde van Salt Lake

Sunday, July 19th, 2009 is going to be the first annual Ronde van Salt Lake. Come join the fun. We’ll meet at Blue Star Coffee House, at 2300 E and…

April 2, 2009 posted by

Fitness Nerd

Here’s a brand new addition to the Blog-o-sphere that’s worth a gander. The Fitness Nerd It’s going to be a portal to the lastest news and stories in health and…

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March 23, 2009 posted by


When we think of the word carnivore we tend to think of something big and nasty with sharp teeth. With only two sharp teeth each we hardly resemble any animal…

July 22, 2008 posted by

Supplements, Dope, and The Tour, Part II

I’m officially bored of this topic. Well, I’m not really. It’s fascinating. But I’m ready for the cycling news to be about racing and training. It’s getting better, for sure….

February 13, 2008 posted by

Bike n’ Booze: For A Long Healthy Life

This may be the best news I’ve ever heard. Maybe Bikes & Booze Do Mix If you enjoy a post-ride beer you may be increasing the heart-healthy benefits of cycling….

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October 2, 2007 posted by

More On Why We Should Stop Being Fat

It’s not all about how you look… WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Nearly twice as many U.S. adults are obese compared to European, a key factor leading Americans to suffer more often…