To My CrossFit Friends: Try Adaptive Training for the Long Haul

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Adaptive training is sustainable, body-wise, and freer compared to many manifestations of CrossFit. CrossFit has gems to offer, but I believe they were borrowed gems. Those gems were adopted from elsewhere and combined in a “Box,” or a “crucible.” The toughest gems came from elite forces training, that is, combat training. Do or die training. Still, part of military training, even elite military training, is readiness. And readiness involves recovery, and non-injury. If you’re injured, you’re not ready. If you don’t recover properly, injury risk spikes.

For some that may have temporary appeal, especially to younger people. Yet younger people lack experience, and seldom see conflicts of interest in business models that target them. Young people often appear non-conformist…all at the same time in the same way. It is a vulnerable time. And some people are lonely. Lonely as hell. The comradeship they lack they may seek in an intense…

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Saturday Market – 21/365 Photo – September 19 2013

We flew into Portland but drove up to Springfield to stay at My Michaels sisters home.  Her husband brought us to Saturday Market, not sure if it was Springfield or Eugene.  He told us to have our camera’s ready as it would be an interesting morning.


First off I was taking pictures from the side or back but as time went on I just said, “I love the way you look” or “I will never see this in N.E. Wisconsin, can I take you picture?”

Everyone was happy to let me take the shot.


Musicians were great!


What some people were wearing was too cool!!


And then the whole family rocks!


I have so many more but think I will end this post with a very cool lady or should I say fairy.


It was one of the most interesting days I have every had.  These people were so wonderful and refreshing.