Posts Tagged ‘biking’

5 Essentials to pack when Traveling for a Race or Competition

Traveling and having all the essentials you need can be tough. Be prepared ahead of time by making sure you pack the things you need to compete at your best level. One of the worst things when trying to compete is not having the right essentials. These can cause more stress, more unexpected costs, or make performing subpar. Let’s be prepared, so check out some tips here to help you pack what you need and maybe some other new ideas to help when traveling.

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Gifting Unforgettable Experiences: 36 Hours in Whistler, British Columbia

“Gifting” experiences are one of the hottest new trends in this age of minimalism, so if you are looking for an awesome gift that will be unforgettable (and undoubtedly the best gift in the pile), a long weekend trip with friends or family is an amazing gesture. Whether it’s for birthdays, graduations, weddings, anniversaries, or other special occasions, giving someone a long weekend away can change their world. It opens their eyes to things they would not have otherwise experienced, invites the world into their hearts, and will create memories that will last a lifetime. There is no better gift than the gift of experience, and Whistler, British Columbia is a great place to start. 

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How to Build Your Own Fitness Program

Finding a fitness program that fits your lifestyle – and one that will last beyond the 7 weeks, 21-days, or 12 week programs out there – can be difficult. Even just trying to workout on your own when you find the time, while trying to follow a path can be overwhelming and leave you simply feeling lost. Understanding some basic ground rules to working out, can help take the stress away and lead you to creating a program that works for you; a program that that is sustainable and will get you excited to complete every day.

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Mother’s Day 2017: Ultimate Gifts for Moms

It’s no secret that a mom’s job is 24/7. She doesn’t get sick days, paid time off, or employee benefits. She has long, hard days, so it’s pretty obvious that she deserves some extra love on Mother’s Day. We’re hooking you up with tons of inspiration in this Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift Guide, so you can give your mom the gift she really wants this year. We’ve got ideas for the active mom, the DIY mom, the mom who loves to cook (or wants to spend even less time in the kitchen!), the momtographer, and more. Here are our top picks!

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Serenity Found: Getaway to the Catskills at Emerson Resort

When was the last time you felt truly relaxed and completely connected with all that is going on around you? Life certainly has a way of taking over. Between work, personal obligations, hauling the kids to sports, birthday parties, and class trips, the list just seems endless. Sometimes, with the monotony and business of day to day responsibilities you start to feel worn down as a person, mother, and wife. Slowing down is a foreign concept to many couples and families, yet it is the most overlooked way to rest and recharge. If you are looking for a getaway, whether just for adults or for the whole family, you simply cannot overlook the Emerson Resort and Spa located in the picturesque Catskills.

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10 ways to avoid the Dad Bod

The Dad Bod is all the rage! You haven’t heard about it yet? Well Dad, it’s time to jump on the bandwagon, stop going to the gym and start hitting the 12oz curls. After all, your wife will love the way your new body moves to support her head during movie night. Watch the spare tire gently begin to roll in as you voluntarily let the chisel fall off. Burp.

Until it dawned on you that being unhealthy isn’t your cup of tea. Admit it, you kinda like the idea of walking up to school to pick up your daughter when a few of the teachers and even your daughter’s friends stop and giggle as the Fit Dad walks by. Perhaps you just like the idea of doing everything in your power to not just be alive, but able to physically run and play with your grandchildren. The Dad Bod just isn’t in your lexicon, but how do you stay trim and present for the family?

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Stroller Guide: Thule Chariot Cheetah 2

Summer is here and there’s no better way to spend the day with your children than by doing something outside. Whether you enjoy leisurely strolls through the park, hikes through the woods, training for marathons, or being on the back of a bike, the Chariot Cheetah by Thule is the stroller for the active family. And when winter rolls around, you can even take your kids cross-country skiing! Take a look at some of the features of the double version of this rugged, all-season stroller below.

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