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Pro Tips for Cycling Training

Pro Tips for Cycling Training

As Tour season starts, pro cyclist Chris Opie explains how it’s done. Double up No time to do sprints and a long session? “I often build sprint intervals into four-hour rides to sharpen up for a race,” says Opie, who rides for the Canyon Eisberg team. “You can use a...

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What Is Running Power And How Can It Help You Improve?

What Is Running Power And How Can It Help You Improve?

Running with power requires a mental shift, but it can help you pace your training and race efforts to perfection. There are three traditional methods that runners use to pace their training sessions and races. The simplest of these is to run on feel, gauging your...

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The 10 Most Gorgeous Solo Hikes

The 10 Most Gorgeous Solo Hikes

Because sometimes, you just want to get away from it all. Heading out on an adventure and knowing that you are solely in control of where you camp, when you stop, and what you eat can be a thrilling feeling. “Solitude is so rare in this day and age that it can be...

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A Quick & Dirty Guide to the Best Biking in East Bay

A Quick & Dirty Guide to the Best Biking in East Bay

In the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Concord boasts a wealth of biking opportunities for all styles, from scenic road rides to technical singletrack to cruiser afternoons on urban trails. To help you get the lay of the land, we’ve highlighted some of the East...

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12-Week Beginners Half Marathon Training Plan

12-Week Beginners Half Marathon Training Plan

While it’s a long way to run, pretty much anyone can run a half marathon with the right plan – this plan. Some people sign up for a marathon without being a regular runner and while it’s possible to get round on the day with a lot of hard work, it can end up being a...

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How To Avoid Injury When You First Start Running

How To Avoid Injury When You First Start Running

Running is very good for both your physical and mental health, and if you decided to take up the sport then congratulations! It’s a whole lot of fun once you get past the first few runs, which can feel really tough as you awaken muscles you’ve not used in a while....

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11 of the Nation’s Best Hikes

11 of the Nation’s Best Hikes

By no means an exhaustive list, here are 11 hikes across the country that simply have to be on your radar. From the rolling mountains of the southeast, to the jagged peaks of the west, to the canyons, waterfalls, and old-growth forests of the Pacific Coast, these...

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What to Eat Before a Run

What to Eat Before a Run

Find out what and when to eat before high-intensity, race pace and recovery runs – as well as races. Most of us have no problem devoting time to thinking about what we’re going to eat after a run. In fact, it’s pretty much the only thing we do think about during the...

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29 Running Tips To Help You Become A Better Runner

29 Running Tips To Help You Become A Better Runner

This comprehensive guide offers 29 practical tips to help you become a better runner. From proper form and breathing techniques to recommended gear and nutrition, these expert-backed insights will take your running to the next level. Lace up and conquer the road.

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The 11 Best Running Books

The 11 Best Running Books

Be inspired and pick up some valuable insight with these top running reads. Even the most obsessed runners can only spend at most a few hours running every day, which leaves a lot of time to fill. Sure, you might “work”, and occasionally need to “sleep” and “eat”, but...

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Keep Your Fingers and Toes Warm on Winter Hikes

Keep Your Fingers and Toes Warm on Winter Hikes

Cold fingers and toes cause quick misery in the backcountry. The key to feeling as warm as possible is keeping your digits toasty. Take care of your hands and feet and you’ll have a much more pleasant winter camping experience. The numbness you feel in your...

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