The Art of Mountain Biking
The Art of Mountain Biking
35. Let Go of the Struggle

35. Let Go of the Struggle

Jamie's working title was "What If It Were Easy?" Tomayto tomahto.

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Referenced in this episode:

The National Parks Service’s instagram account (it’s a good follow)

The trails Mormon Pioneer, Green Pond, and Brim Trail

The difference between processing and ruminating

The book Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity by Peter Attia talks about Zone 2 cardio.

Our Fall Better and Active and Passive Pressure episodes

Harvard SHINE research on caring work environments

Research from Harvard’s Human Flourishing Program on religious communities

Study linking life expectancy and marriage

The Harvard Study of Adult Development - this one wasn’t referenced directly, but it informed some of what Danielle mentioned. It’s fascinating and has been running since 1938!

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P.S. Many of you answered the call to substantiate our claim that fall is the best time to ride, so we’ll leave you with some eye candy on this one!

Clockwise from top left: Danielle has since ridden the Mormon Pioneer trail, and it was lit! — Things are still looking green for listener Adam and his son Tucker in the Baker Creek Preserve in Knoxville, TN — former guest (ep 11) Griff Wigley and his cute grandaughter on Sechler trail in Northfield, MN — Jody from Salt Lake City caught Millcreek Canyon striking this gorgeous pose — listener Ken memorialized this dream ride in Heber, UT