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Hacks — Mattie Schuler

Never get cold feet again

Cold feet don't have to be part of the skiing experience. Writer Mattie Schuler sat down with a bootfitting expert to learn some simple tricks to keep the blood moving.

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CycleAndrew Winohradsky

How to Pack for a Bike Ride

So, you want to get out and ride your bike? Not so fast. Make sure you have all the items you need to make your ride successful with some tips your bike shop won't tell you. (Trust us: these fall under the "learned it the hard way" category!)

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WellnessDevon Balet

Staying Fit During the Holidays

The holidays are a tough time of year to stay healthy and keep your exercise routine. Everywhere you look, there are temptations: holiday parties and an endless tin of cookies around every corner. Learn a few simple tips to help curb the weight gain, while still enjoying Christmas and all that it brings.

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FishEric Billips

Underwater Photography for Beginners

If you’re a scuba diver, odds are you are either already taking underwater photos or you want to. But living in today's technological world, there are so many different options for underwater photography equipment.

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FishKevin Linderman

Shoulders of Giants: Fly Fishing Clinic

On this lovely day in Dallas, some lucky participants where able to learn some fly fishing basics from one of our experts at Tailwaters Fly Fishing.

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WellnessMorris Brossette

The Healing Protocol: Holistic Remedies for a Torn Calf Muscle

At some point in your life, if you are active and adventurous, you will come down with an injury.

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SurviveJeff Houston

The Best Concealed Carry for Your Next Adventure

You may have heard the term ‘everyday carry,’ commonly abbreviated EDC. Let’s talk about why this matters to you, and what you may want to incorporate into your EDC.

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CycleAndrew Winohradsky

Balance and Body Position on Mountain Bikes

While riding mountain bikes in technically demanding conditions is by no means easy, if we take the movements of the rider’s body on the bike, along with the mechanics of the bicycle itself, and strip everything down to the most basic elements, the task (or tasks) of riding can usually be seen as quite simple. …

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SurviveJon Gaffney

How to Pack Your Urban Go-Bag

The concept of a Go-Bag isn’t a new one by any stretch; keep your absolutely necessary items in a bag ready to “go” at a moment's notice.

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AlpineMatt Minich

5 tips for stank-free long johns

Long underwear can get gross fast. In this piece, Matt Minich shares five simple tips to keep adventure pajamas (relatively) odor-free.

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AlpineMatt Minich

Your layering system is (probably) wrong

Every outdoorsman thinks he knows how to layer for cold weather. But the system most of us learned is expensive, inefficient, and wrong.

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