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T³ #010: Re-Download What You Read

This Week on Trail Tip Thursday…

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Wouldn’t it be great if you had a photographic memory? I’m sure someone you know is able to see and remember some of the craziest facts and moments; if only we could do that with highly important information, right?

We are overloaded by information on a daily basis. Think about in school when you had to binge cram information into your brain until it hurt for your test in 24 hours. I’m sure by the end, not much of it was retained. The same thing happens right now, but the types of information change throughout the day. Through radio, music, conversations, reading, thinking, and many social media outlets, we are very rarely left in silence to process, digest, and download all of that information just from hearing it once.

Re-Download What You Read in order to better retain or re-learn what is important to know! I am hoping Trail Tip Thursdays have either sparked or enhanced your enjoyment of traveling the trails, and if not, leave a comment below to what you want to hear that will get you interested. So today, I will share the links to some previous Trail Tip Thursdays, AS WELL AS some bookmarked web pages I recently have re-downloaded myself that I found very helpful (not all of them are about running or fitness). I encourage you to re-touch up one some important trail tips, and even to the external links of reads I found beneficial to re-download… Enjoy!

T³ #001: Build Your Pace Over Time, Or You’ll Run Out of Fuel

T³ #002: The Magic of Fighting Through the Yuck

T³ #004: The Importance of a Cool Down

T³ #005: Dehydration and Distance Don’t Mix

T³ #006: Check Your Ego at the Trailhead

T³ #007: Scan & Plan!

T³ #009: Underdress So You Don’t Overheat

Make Fewer Decisions, Get More Fit (Breaking Muscle)

Is Perfectionism Holding Your Training Back?

12 Mental Performance Hacks: A Cheat Sheet For Boosting Your Brain Power. (Ben Greenfield Fitness)

Why You Can Never Forget How to Ride a Bike (Brain Lagoon)

I am always looking for new routes, running partners, and ways to increase my own enjoyment of the outdoors. Does this sound like you too? If you live near the Hudson Valley and want to meet up for an outing, reach out to me on social media and let’s make it happen! If you are further away but still want to enhance your outdoor adventuring, I might know someone in your area that can help guide you, and if not, I’ll do my best from here!

Thank you, and I hope you enjoyed this week’s Trail Tip Thursday! If you want to stay up to date with my coaching, writings, and personal journey, be sure to follow me on social media! Thank you for your support.



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