You’re an athlete, and you’re sick. You’re in the odd spot where you want to take control of your body back from whatever virus or bug and show it who’s in charge; who owns their own destiny –you. But you also run the risk of making yourself sicker. And that’s why today we’re going to talk about a few ways to know if it’s a good idea to exercise if you’re sick.
Today I thought I’d take some space talking about a few good activities that can keep you active during the winter. Why? because we’re all in this season together. And it’s a great time to try out some new sports.
Here are some tips and tricks from the standard issue Gnarly Field Manual on how to dress for the frigid temps ahead.
Winter is coming and, if you’re like me, you’re trying to figure out some things to keep you outside and active. Lucky for me, the folks over at backcountry.com have put together a sweet little piece on how to choose a snowboard.
Why do I spend an extra 10 minutes fumbling around before a run to find some lost piece of equipment I feel I need to make my experience meaningful? Think about just heading out the door “naked”. No phone, no watch. Just you, your thoughts, and the pavement for a few miles. See how it feels.
With the patent for the very popular artificial sweetener aspartame recently being released to the public domain comes the bizarre news that it is actually “harvested” from the excrement of GM E. coli bacteria.
I came across this poster from an ad campaign Pearl Izumi did a few years ago and remembered how brilliant I thought it was.
There’s a new iPhone app that will automatically adjust the speed of your music to fall in line with a cadence that will help you reach a specific pace you’ve entered into the App.
If you have an extra $1,500 to spend on sunglasses, you might want to think about Recon’s new Jet. These glasses will not only protect your eyes from the sun, but they’ll give you a host of stats and info projected neatly onto the lense –without obstructing your field of view.