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Jump In... to Cross-Training Sometimes, it's what you do when you're not running that can give your training an edge. That's the case with cross-training. A weekly nonrunning workout gives your muscles and joints a break from pounding the pavement while producing specific benefits that carry over to your running.
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Procrastination News, Videos, Reviews and Gossip - Lifehacker In a monthly mentor call this afternoon, my coach said, "Press pause...longer." Last winter, Daniel Kraft ( ) was teaching at Singularity University. His comment to "dive deeper in to the problem" has stuck with me over the past few months. It seems that the three "issues" listed here - Boredom, Distraction, and Procrastination - might actually get in the way of this deep thinking: BOREDOM: a tendency to actually stew in how boring things are.