GTTW: Resistance Training

Most of the time my resistance in runs come from required hill training and sprint work outs. The benefits of which are incredible. Building resistance, endurance, and being able to handle stress are critical for my longer runs. Essential for the win I had above that not only had hills to overcome, but hypothermia and … Continue reading GTTW: Resistance Training

GTTW: Sometimes You Lose

    There's going to be a time when your best or what you thought was your best is not going to be any where good enough. It sucks. Might even take you a while to recover from the blow. Especially when you've put everything you thought you had into it. But you can still … Continue reading GTTW: Sometimes You Lose

Adventure Sprints, Your Mind Will Thank You

I don't think probably the last time you took a vacation and went somewhere you've been you were thinking that it was going to cognitively change you? Here's the TDLR of the post: There are things that we can do to actually change the cognitive response as we age. Adventuring can do that. Researchers from … Continue reading Adventure Sprints, Your Mind Will Thank You

GTTW: Just Finish, Even When You Think You Can’t

There are times where I've come into a longer run where I just don't think I have what it takes. Those times are the times where I need to keep pushing through and see what's possible. I need to know, when I hit that limit, can I go any further? If I can, then I … Continue reading GTTW: Just Finish, Even When You Think You Can’t

May Reflection, June Adventure

A look back at May to start with. Amazing month for IBtP with over 137 views and 111 visitors. Accessed by 8 countries with US, India, and South Africa being the top countries checking out IBtP. Thank you all 🙏 for your likes, comments, and views! You made this month of May the second best … Continue reading May Reflection, June Adventure

One Thing – The Ultimate Act of Simplifying

Arthur Guinness. J. K. Rowling with Harry Potter. Both creators have one thing in common, they learned the power of simplify and focusing on the one thing that made everything else inconsequential or non-essential. We have to start big to get to the one thing. For most people there is to much negative and fear … Continue reading One Thing – The Ultimate Act of Simplifying