How to Stay Warm Outdoors in the Winter

by Johnie Emma Gall 0

Cold: it offers up a frozen wonderland to those willing to test their limits (read: ice climbing, empty surf breaks, alpine hikes), but it can also feel pretty miserable if you aren’t prepared for it. To get ready for the coldest of seasons, I asked for ...

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Make Time A Non-Issue

by barre3 1

Want to indulge in a little post-workout snack when you’re feeling ravenous but don’t want to spoil your dinner? The solution: Nut butter. It’s the perfect way to feel satisfied, load up your body with healthy fats and regulate your blood sugar so you don’t crash. ...

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How to Adjust to Higher Elevations

by Johnie Emma Gall 0

For peak baggers and summit seekers, not much can rival the thrill of a little high altitude hiking, but acute mountain sickness (AMS) can quickly turn the high of adventure into a serious downer. Headaches, loss of appetite, nausea and even vomiting are common symptoms of ...

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DON’T LOOK DOWN: Ice-Climbing 101

by Rachel Rudwall 3

You know how people always say, “Don’t run with scissors”? Well, how about: “Don’t try to climb 100 feet of mountain while holding ax”? Not a phrase you’ve heard? That’s because the people of Colorado would actually encourage you to do JUST THAT. The little town of Ouray, Colorado—affectionately ...

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Is Crying the New Fitness Trend?

by Christine Yu 3

We’ve all heard some iteration of the expression “Exercise is Therapy.” And it is, right? There’s nothing quite like a good, hard sweat session where you feel like you worked out more than just your body, where you’ve dumped some emotional baggage, exorcised some demons, and come ...

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