In the last post I mentioned how separating running and orienteering training is not very effective, and also how focusing on training more with orienteering-specific workouts can develop your terrainContinue reading “Are we training wrong? (Part 2)”
I’m not convinced that the way many orienteers train is very effective for orienteering. Why? It pretty much started when I looked at my training for this year. 2021 isn’tContinue reading “Are we training wrong? (Part 1)”
Above are all 7 maps in the official training camp before JWOC here in Turkey. I’ve been training here along with the other athletes: David Runde, Jessica Colleran and BenContinue reading “JWOC Training Week in Turkey — thoughts”
This past year I took a break from university mainly to avoid the insufferable nonsense of online education. I never expected it to be so difficult to live without theContinue reading “Who is Dr. Jordan B Peterson? (Part 1)”
I recently watched a video by What I’ve Learned on YouTube which was a great overview of how to ACTUALLY learn a language, not the crap they teach in highschoolsContinue reading “How to learn a language — quickly”
So I’ve been thinking about an approach to orienteering that I’ve been starting to apply recently. I don’t think it’s a replacement for more traditional training methods, but I stillContinue reading “A new approach to Orienteering Training”
For the past several months, I’ve been looking into various nutrition and metabolic research trying to figure out how to optimize physical health and athletic performance through diet. Now, itContinue reading “Do Athletes Need Carbohydrates?”
Today I ran an orienteering course near central Kiev that reminded me quite a bit of some US terrain, particularly some parts of DVOA and Quantico: good contour detail, steep,Continue reading “3 Important Skills to Develop in Elite Orienteering”
I was just thinking about stuff to write about in the shower, and while listening to some of my own music I realized that it would be interesting to doContinue reading “The Rise and Fall of My Music Career”
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