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  • YIKES! This gal ran into a grizzly bear (literally) while running in Montana! Here's some good advice included by the reporter: "Hike in groups, make noise when hiking, and have bear spray accessible and know how to use it." Both she and the bear are ok. kpax.com
  • Ever considered cycling across the United States? This dude did it twice. He writes about his experience on his blog, shows the routes he took and gives great advice. youngarchitect.com
  • How often do you think about how you breathe? James Nestor has spent a lot of time thinking about it and shares what he's learned in his new book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. You can watch Joe Rogan interview him about it here: JRE
  • Here's a great little strength routine for runners we found to try - you can do it in 5 minutes and it helps prevent injury! Canadian Running
  • 118,000 feet of ascent over 78 peaks in just 6 days, 17 hours and 51 minutes. For real. athleticsweekly.com

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  • According to this article, "Proper breathing means breathing through the nose, with the diaphragm, relaxed, rhythmically, and silently." How often do you think about how to breath properly? Patrik Edblad
  • On our list of books to read this summer: Bonnie Tsui’s “Why We Swim,” a blend of memoir, history and swim adventure. LA Times
  • Is your gym still closed? Looking for a way to mix things up? Try jump roping! Slate
  • Do you stretch every day? This Harvard trained physical therapist suggests a simple routine to try. Harvard Health Publishing
  • This cardiologist offers his first hand experience of exercise induced arrhythmia and how to protect your heart when exercising for extended periods of time. The Washington Post

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