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Trail Blazing: Introduction to Trail Running

As running continues to grow in popularity both in the US and worldwide, so too do the variations on it. Marathons, ultra marathons, team relays, obstacle course races, and costumed 5ks

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Tanner Goods Clay Notebook

Journals have always played a prominent and intimate role in the history of great adventurers. In spite of the seemingly endless proliferation of i-madness, even Steve Jobs couldn't duplicate the tactile joy of putting pen to paper. While we've recommended many

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GP Primer | Skip the Drip: How to Manually Brew Better Coffee

Auto-drip coffee is entrenched in American culture for three reasons. It's cheap, easy to make, and has a relatively consistent taste wherever you order it, apart from the random Chicory-spiked landmines you can stumble on down south. Those benefits have

The Couch Potato | 2007 Gift Guide term 'Couch Potato' was derived in California back in 1976 by some fellow named Tom Iacino who was shirking the fads of exercise and healthy diet. Instead his diet would consist of vegging out

The Style Maven | 2007 Gift Guide Style Maven GiftsTim Gunn of Project Runway (not that you or I watch the show) would tell you that he's a style maven. We might agree with that, but a sense of style is appropriate

The Rough & Rugged | 2007 Gift Guide Rough and Rugged Gift GuideMan vs. Wild. Survivor. Survivorman. We all have aspirations of being rough and rugged and granted some of us come close, but then there are so many who's poseur

The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss

4hourworkweek.jpg"What do you do?" "I race motorcycles in Europe." "I ski in the Andes." "I scuba dive in Panama." These are the responses of the author ofThe 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich. The New York Times best seller and