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Monthly archive for November 2014

Adventure Travel

Introducing new active travel trips tailored to the spirit of Big Blue Adventure! We’ve partnered with the best Adventure Travel companies to combine a variety of outdoor activities, sight-seeing in some of the most remote, gorgeous landscapes on earth, delicious & healthy meals, comfortable accommodation, personal expert

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Spring Training tips by Emma Garrard

Spring Training tips by Emma Garrard

  Spring has sprung. Now it’s time for you to leap off the couch too! As the sun sets after 7 p.m., we’ve got no excuse for not getting in that workout in after work, right? The truth is, most of us are just now starting to

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Running Tips

Running Tips

By, Richard M. Martinez 1. Choose a training program that’s right for you There’s no one program that fits everyone’s needs. Be honest with yourself before you start your training. Look at your time, your life, and your interest and then choose a program best for you.

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Planning Your Season

Planning Your Season

By Terri Schneider, motivational speaker, author, coach and sport psychology consultant. Part of planning a race season involves revisiting your athletic goals for the year. You may decide to stick to shorter events for the whole season or your whole career and continue to refine your speed

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Optimize Your Training When Not Training

Optimize Your Training When Not Training

By Dario Fredrick Effective training has many components: proper intensity, sufficient volume, intelligent nutrition and a balanced psychological approach. While each of these components plays a key role, the most important part of effective training actually happens when not physically training – during recovery. Most competitive athletes

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Roll With It

Roll With It

By Julie Young, owner o2fitness – Optimum Outdoor Fitness – Coaching and Training Want to make leaps and bounds in your mountain bike performance? Maximize your training time with specific cycling workouts on your road bike. With a structured progressively planned training program – you will experience

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N=1

The best health study is the study of yourself. Dr. Sara LaMarch Sports Chiropractor Popular Health Statements Over the past 25 years, diet book sales and gym memberships have increased significantly, yet obesity is on the rise and cardiovascular disease is a common ailment in our country.

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Time to Train = Time to Eat (right1)

Time to Train = Time to Eat (right1)

Written by Sylvie Allen, Coach – Trek Dirt Series www.dirtseries.com Do you have goals and results that you’re striving for? This takes a lot of time and effort with planning and training. Your effort in scheduling your day with your workouts should include equal effort into planning

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Plan Ahead by JP Donovan

Plan Ahead by JP Donovan

Plan Ahead do a dry run, practice transitions, get all of your gear ready the night before: I flew in the night before for the XTERRA Tahoe City with all my gear. I was planning on doing the sprint race, but decided to do the longer one

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Jen Segger

Endurance Athlete + Coach Jen is an elite adventure athlete, competing in as many different sports as time allows. Although she once viewed daily run and bike sessions as training, in her eyes it’s now purely considered to be a regular lifestyle of “daily play sessions.” Jen

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Brian Schmitz

Endurance Athlete and Adventure Racer “Dedication, perseverance, and a never ending drive for self-improvement and adventure.” Words to live by…at least for me. And my most favorite outlet for this is endurance sports. I distinctly remember my first “race”. A 5K foot race in San Francisco’s Golden

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Damian Gonzalez

Damian Gonzalez

Damian Gonzalez, Pro XTERRA Racer I became involved in BMX riding at the age of 14. Some classmates and I rode at the local BMX track, jumps in empty dirt lots and alot of street. Fast forward to the age of 21 when I purchased my first

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Matt Yarbrough

Athlete Biography Growing up I played every sport my hometown of Camarillo had to offer. I ran track, played basketball, soccer, tennis and field hockey. In high school I spent nights and weekends flipping burgers at Mc Donalds just so I could afford my first mountain bike,

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Gordon Wright

Gordon Wright
Gordon Wright, Adventure Racer I've been around adventure racing so long that it's almost embarassing. I competed in the 1998 Hi-Tec Adventure Race, which no longer exists, after reading about it in Conde Nast's Women's Sports + Fitness. Which also no longer exists. The fact that adventureRead more

Colleen Conners-Pace

Colleen Conners-Pace

Athlete Bio: Colleen Conners-Pace: Athlete and Coach   Colleen Conners-Pace is a born native of Tahoe. She enjoys taking advantage of all what Tahoe and the Sierra’s seasons have to offer. Colleen is happily married, has a beautiful golden retriever both who love to train and play

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Mari Chandler

Mari Chandler

Athlete Biography: Mari Chandler, Runner and Adventure Racer I ran my first timed mile when I was 12, beat all the boys in my gym class, and never looked back. I ran track and cross country through high school and continued on to run for Central Michigan

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