Linus Rylander

writer, entrepreneur, maverick

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Damn son, why didn't I learn this when I was six years old?

On Linus Rylander

When I first took an interest in running and looked at running shoes, I was taught that different people have different feet. That you need different shoes depending on what type of foot “pronation” you have.

Nonsense.

It turns out that the fundamental anatomy of a human being doesn’t change. If you look at a dog or a cat or a rabbit, then generally speaking, a rabbit is a rabbit is a rabbit, etc.

If your feet point outward when you walk or stand, it probably means you have tight ankles. (Possibly from walking with elevated heels your entire life -- apparently, most boots and shoes aren’t made for walking, your feet are. Heels on shoes compromise everything from your heel cords to your knees to your hips to your back. Yay heels.)

If your feet point in when you walk or stand, it probably means you have tight hips.

Internal Scorecard #9: Reestablishing Order

On SEBASTIAN MARSHALL

INTERNAL SCORECARD #9

This is the ninth internal scorecard I've published. I write these for the mix of showing you what productivity and production looks like from the inside so you can get another perspective, and it because it end-points my weeks and helps keep me on-track.

This one covers 14 July to 20 July.

…AND NOW BACK TO OUR REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAMMING...

Hopefully this cycle of Internal Scorecards 6, 7, 8, and 9 serve as useful and profitable reading for you.

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