Adventurous Links – Cycling in Kazakhstan to The 40 hour Work Week.

 Every Monday, I muster up a round of adventurous links that has inspired me to, set goals, do the work and live adventure. These links have made positive changes in my life and hopefully they inspire and motivate you to do the same. Enjoy.

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Podcast I started listening to this week – The Lively Show – Simplifying, Wellness, Career, Design, Business, Style, Blogging, Motherhood, Relationships, Food and Money. Lots of interviews.

The 40 hour work week. Who works that anymore? The origins of the 40 hour work week have more to do with the ability to spend your income, than in what can actually be achieved. Do you need a 40 hour week?, Do you need more or less? Do you really need more stuff to actually enjoy a good life? Can you do more with-less? Think about your work hours can you achieve more this post may help 

Seriously cool, will it be at all functional? That is yet to be seen. Leathermans new product the Tread.

Training advise from coach Dag Kaas who has produced 12 individual world champs in 4 different sports. “My experience as a coach tells me that to become world champion in endurance disciplines, you have to train SMART, AND you have to train a LOT. One without the ohter is insufficient” I would add to this that this goes for anything you want to be truly good at.

Breathing is so important to any human especially those trying to improve in endurance sport. Lung Power – Need more air.

My training stats for the week: Week Totals: Activities: 8 Distance: 57.59km Time: 6:13:31 Calories: 3,710C

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