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When you’re on mile three of your morning run through the park or on your 20th burpee in your set, the last thing you should be focused on is whether or not your shorts are comfortable. The essence of a performance short is comfort and simplicity, and On Running really took that to heart when crafting their Hybrid Shorts. With a built-in compression short liner and a four-way stretch construction, these shorts are ready to push you through that last mile and maybe even get through an extra set of burpees — but hey, no pressure there.
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In the fall of 1951, Humphry Osmond, a thirty-four-year-old British psychiatrist, travelled from London to Weyburn, Saskatchewan, to become the clinical director of the town’s mental hospital. About 110 kilometres southeast of Regina, Weyburn was a small community in the middle of nowhere, and its grubby, ill-equipped hospital was sometimes referred to as the last asylum in the British Commonwealth. The building was a mess, and it wasn’t uncommon for its ceilings to be spattered with patients’ feces. “Screams, stench, nudity—it was a place to keep out of your dreams,” was how Osmond poetically described it. But this prairie outpost was also a haven.

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