Why Revolution Why?

I believe a lot of meaningful explanations are threefold and thus, I want to give you three reasons to consider taking part in the Revolution Why Immersion weekend, co-hosted by myself, Greg Faxon, Izzy Darby, and Emma Huvos, during October 9th to 12th, 2015. 1. Restore Your Mind-Body-Spirit Revolution Why will restore your mind, body and spirit as we inhabit the outdoors, eat nourishing foods, and move in a way that brings us into alignment with our true nature. The immersion will be hosted at The Riverside Project, a beautiful 80 acre property on the banks of the Shenandoah River in Charles Town, …

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Food/Nutrition Recipes

20 ROO Tips for Traveling on a Plant-Based Diet

As I embark on visiting my grandparents who live in Dubrovnik, Croatia, I decided to ask my Running On Om interviewee community for their tips on traveling on a plant-based diet. Here are twenty tips from the pros! The tips are organized in order of podcast publication with links to the shows. 1. Susie Stephen, accomplished long-distance runner, yoga teacher, Running After Routledge explorer, and creator of Longrunergy Look for peel-able fruit and vegetables such as bananas, oranges, and the best travel food of all – avocados! I try to eat things with lots of Vitamin C to boost the …

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Health Podcasts Podcasts

ROO #35: Greg Faxon on Living Deliberately and Spartan Racing

Greg Faxon is a consultant, accomplished Spartan Racer, blogger, and positive psychology enthusiast. In this episode Greg explores what it means to live deliberately. Greg explains his background in obstacle racing as a natural transition from his years of high school and collegiate wrestling. Greg found obstacle racing while in his undergrad at Wesleyan and has had success at Spartan Racing, competing in Spartan World Championships in 2013. He discusses his training and what he thinks about when racing. Greg then explores interesting phenomena within positive psychology and how this intersects with his work as a marketing consultant for HawkPartners. Lastly, Greg discusses mentors who have inspired him and what he is looking forward to for 2014.

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