Video: We Hike to Heal

As if we needed further proof of the positive impact that being in the outdoors can have on our lives, along comes this video. It shares the story of Kenya and Michelle Jackson-Saulters, who have hit upon a powerful combination of inspiring women to journal their...

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Video: What to Wear When You Go Running

Learning what to wear when you go for a run actually isn’t as easy as it sounds. It can take months or even years to dial in your clothing based on temperature, seasons, precipitation, and other factors. As someone who runs nearly every day, and has my clothing fairly...

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Dr. Mirkin Amends RICE to Exclude Ice

If you have worked in a gym or at a pool or anywhere that requires first-aid certifications, you have probably heard of RICE. It’s an acronym that stands for Rest Ice Compression Elevation as defined by Dr. Mirkin, the author of the term in 1978 with in Sportsmedicine...

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New Source for Climbing Research

Research is integral to proper training. Over the last 40 years, climbing has seen a transformation from an outdoor recreational activity to an Olympic Sport. Though free climbing has been around for over a century, the introduction of competition climbing in 1986...

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