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Posted By: Cedric On: Sep 14th, 2012 In: Blog News Triathlon Comments: 0

Running is my meditation…

 

This is what I’ve always told myself anyway…no need to go on a 10 day retreat or through the pains of daily meditation when I can go out and run in the woods for an hour. The state of mindfulness achieved through intense meditation is arguably very similar to the state of “being in a trance” that can be reached at the end of a long and repetitive endurance effort. + more

Posted By: cedric On: Sep 8th, 2012 In: Blog News Photos X-terra Comments: 2

Xterra Japan 2012

One day in London to swap bikes in between the Embrunman and Xterra Japan, and off I go again in quest of new adventures. Tokyo is boiling hot when I arrive, 40°c and a humidity level that must be close to 100%! Walking the streets is quite an ordeal, but still I am so happy to be back. Nakameguro is almost my ‘hood now! Thanks to Kei and Keizo I have just enough time to sample some of the magic that is Japanese cuisine and leave my records in safe hands; it is not party time yet! + more

Posted By: Cedric On: Sep 8th, 2012 In: Blog News Triathlon Comments: 0

Portrait du mois dans Triathlete magazine!

Posted By: Cedric On: Sep 7th, 2012 In: Blog Music Comments: 0

What a night!

Posted By: Cedric On: Sep 7th, 2012 In: Blog Music Comments: 0

Beauty & the Beat Tokyo 31/08/2012

Posted By: Cedric On: Sep 6th, 2012 In: Blog Music Comments: 0

guest mix on Dr Rob’s The Remedy, Samurai FM

http://samurai.fm/the-remedy/cedric-woo-remedy-65-voices-beauty-the-beat-lucky-cloud

Posted By: Cedric On: Sep 5th, 2012 In: Blog Triathlon X-terra Comments: 0

Bear Bells and Rocky River Bed @ Xterra Japan

Posted By: Cedric On: Sep 5th, 2012 In: Blog News Photos Comments: 0

Barefoot children

The barefoot mentality keeps on growing, and all the better for it Smile1

Posted By: cedric On: Aug 19th, 2012 In: Blog Photos Triathlon Comments: 0

Embrunman 2012

3 weeks exactly after the fiasco of the Alpe d’Huez, I am back in Hautes-Alpes territory for the almighty Embrunman. Longest running triathlon in Europe, 29th edition this year. Toughest iron distance race in the world, arguably. The bike course is 188k long – we’re in France after all, so why not? – and includes the ascent of the mighty col de l’Izoard amongst some 5000m of positive climbing; the marathon is the correct distance but features another 400m of elevation and is usually run under a deadly sun.
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Posted By: Cedric On: Aug 9th, 2012 In: Blog Photos Triathlon X-terra Comments: 0

Saipan flashback