Sleep! It’s Good for You!

Posted by relhats in Blog, Commentary, Uncategorized on Oct 3, 2014 homer

The internet is bustling with articles and news flashes about the grand importance of sleep, and how without it we experience shrinking hippocampi (which leads to impaired memory), weakened immune system, depression, irritability, digestive issues, along with other deleterious consequences. In a world that is so connected, so buzzing with information, this need for sleep is becoming more desperate yet much more impossible to accomplish. Access to entertainment […]

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Bishop High Sierra 100K Race Report

Posted by relhats in Blog, Race Report on Jun 5, 2014

Bishop High Sierra 100k Race Report By Luke Garten The Bishop High Sierra race was very close to being a race of the past. The original race director was retiring from taking the heavy work load so the race was open for someone new to take on the responsibilities. I tried to not get too excited about it until it was for sure going to happen a few months before […]

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How Thoughts Influence Performance

Posted by relhats in Blog on May 13, 2014

How Thoughts Influence Performance: An Overview by Tanya Davis Unlike most other animals, humans have a high level of consciousness which imparts both positive and negative consequences on our performances in just about everything. Our brain, though genetically and structurally similar to other animals, can actually plan parties, hold grudges, categorize ourselves and others, dwell on current and past shortcomings, and even create or prevent success by the […]

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Gear Review – La Sportiva Helios

Posted by relhats in Blog, Gear on Apr 29, 2014 LS1

La Sportiva Helios by Luke Garten To start this review I would just like to say that I was not given these shoes in order to write a positive shoe review. This is my honest opinion of this shoe.  I have been wanting to write this review since September 2013 after my first couple of runs in them. I waited to give a review after a complete seasonal […]

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The Digestion Dilemma

Posted by relhats in Blog on Dec 18, 2013

When nailing down nutrition and balancing athletic training programs, it is best to view our bodies in the most basic physical form: a colossal colony of cells, genes, and foreign strands of DNA. Genetic activity — turning genes on and off; locking them in with changes in environment — is part of our adaptability and dietary flexibility. How our genes are read and expressed is conditional upon what […]

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