Stand Up Paddle NEXT TO A VOLCANO!

by Rachel Rudwall 2

Although I’ve lived in Southern California for the last six years, I’ve somehow managed to avoid stand up paddle boarding. Sure, I’ve seen countless ripped specimens take to the waves off the coast of L.A., and watched videos of legendary surfers catching monster swell with paddle ...

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How to Fly a Jetpack: Meet Rachel

by Rachel Rudwall 2

I’m a storyteller who loves adventure. As an On-Camera Host and TV Producer, I’ve explored six continents, lived in three countries, and journeyed through over 40 nations. I’ve produced on shows such as Ice Road Truckers & Ax Men, hosted and shot promos for clients like ...

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Getting Into the Swim

by Elaine Howley 8

If you’ve always wanted to use swimming as a means of working out, but maybe haven’t felt comfortable swimming with other people or have been put off by the seemingly impenetrable or unwelcoming nature of adult swim groups, then this article is for you. Below are ...

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Always Rewarded

by Michelle Sommers 0

How many times have you looked out your window and the weather conditions kept you from doing something you love? Did you forgo that morning run because the weather report said it was too cold? Did you cancel your bike ride because clouds were starting to ...

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Learn to Swim

by Elaine Howley 6

Until recently, I never had a good sense of just how lucky I am that my parents made knowing how to swim such a priority for my brother and me when we were kids. I started taking lessons when I was 18 months old, and by ...

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