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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What Not to Wear: Open Water Swimming Edition

by Elaine Howley 6

Because of open water’s specific set of challenges and conditions, selecting the right suit for the adventure is paramount to your success. My training partner, Jonathan, has become an excellent open water swimmer in short order, largely because he’s a very thoughtful athlete who researches every ...

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I Did It

by Karen Mirlenbrink 4

I just participated in what was probably one of the most significant and empowering experiences of my life. It was so powerful, it has been hard for me to digest it all to write this blog for you, but I am going to give it my ...

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Salt Water

by Michelle Sommers 4

“The cure for anything is salt water – sweat, tears, or the sea.” – Isak Dineson This quotation is such a true statement.  I believe everyone who exercises regularly and has spent time in their life around an ocean or large body of water can truly ...

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