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Let Mikey do it! Such may be the mantra of riders as they decide who’s gonna huck the 30-foot cliff jump first. Is it too short, too long, too lippy? How does one muster up enough marbles to test a Rampage feature? This is the interesting drama of Redbull Rampage as it is now a one-day event but a two-week process of digging, practicing and gearing up one’s mental game for this nutty event. It’s a bit of a party too as athletes bring their crews to help them create the lines that they envision for the contest. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIxkr_diFpo The...

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Tips for Packing Extra Exercise Into Your Day

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If you follow regularly, you may remember that I gained weight during pregnancy, had surgeries shortly after, and then a small accident where I couldn't exercise to my normal ability. (I was limited walking at best for a while there.) Over the past 10 months, I've been working to lose the weight to return to normal.  I had good success with Intermittent Fasting and modestly increasing my exercise with time.  I am 6 pounds away from my target weight and hope to lose this remaining weight over the next several weeks.  While I wish that my weight would have come...

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I Biked Off 28 Pounds

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When her weight loss plateaued, Gina Caputo turned to exercise. Gina Caputo, 42 ResidenceFrederick,MD Height: 52 Weight: 120 lb Pounds Lost: 28 The moment I knew I was a success: When someone commented that my daughter Candace, who was 20 at the time, and i look like sisters. Like most naturally slim young women, I always took my weight for granted. Even after having my first daughter at age 21, I easily snapped back to 110 pounds, despite zero exercise and a diet heavy on Chips Deluxe cookies, vanilla ice cream, and mushroom pizza. But things changed after I gave...

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A Modern Guide to Point Reyes National Seashore: Rustic-Chic Stays, All the Oysters + Nature Galore

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The Point Reyes National Seashore ranks high among Bay Area day trips thanks to its proximity to the city, coastal hikes and, of course, oysters. But the area, where the hubs of Point Reyes Station, Olema and Inverness have all the classic small town vibes you could want from a quick escape, is also home to some terrific overnight stays—from deliciously mom-and-pop to stunningly stylish—and restaurants to rival anything in San Francisco. It all adds up to a primo weekend getaway for urbanites, naturalists, and foodies. Here's how to make the most of your next drive up the coast. Where...

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Planning a Fall Fernie Road Trip

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Just over a 4.5-hour drive from Spokane, and even closer from North Idaho, Fernie is an authentic mountain town nestled in the dramatic peaks of the Canadian Rockies and an epic escape for trail lovers of all types. The abundance of mountain biking, hiking, and running trails that surround the historic downtown, from challenging singletrack to family-friendly biking and hiking paths, are enough to keep you busy for a weekend. But why not plan your trip around one of these events for a bit of local culture and even more fun?  Photo courtesy of Tourism Fernie Oct. 6: Fernie Half...

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