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3 Motivation Tips for a Healthier, Happier You

September 21, 2016

A recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey of Americans over age 50 reported one in four don’t participate in any physical activity at all outside of their regular work duties. Studies and experts tout the many benefits exercise has for the heart, the mind, and the body overall. We know this. You know […]

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Stress Test: Yeti Rambler vs. The Other Guy

September 18, 2016

There are plenty of Internet videos about how less expensive insulated cups compare to the Yeti Rambler when it comes to keeping drinks cool/hot. We’re not going there. Continue reading to learn about the Yet Rambler. Instead, we tested the stainless steel quality, putting a Yeti and The Other Guy in the hands of staff […]

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Quick and Easy Fishing Guide for Beginners

August 22, 2016

Fishing remains one of the most popular pastimes for those who spend time in the outdoors. In fact, more than 33 million Americans said they went fishing multiple times in 2011, according to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife survey released in 2012. And that number is growing all the time. Anyone can take up fishing: […]

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3 New Sports to Try This Summer for Fitness and Fun

May 19, 2016

Summer’s arrival means warm weather, vacation time and planning new adventures. And because summer also heralds swimsuit season, it’s also when many people start to fret about their fitness. Why not combine exercise and adventure at the same time? Continue reading to learn sports to help your fitness. So if you want to break from […]

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Ways to Make Your Next Camping Trip Truly Special

April 21, 2016

For millions of Americans, a camping trip remains one of the best ways to leave behind the stresses of everyday life. In addition, it helps with spending quality time with loved ones. But some longtime or frequent campers fall into a routine during their trips, experiencing a sort of “camper’s fatigue.” Fear not, the remedy […]

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Dealing with ticks while hiking

April 21, 2016

They’re out there – waiting for you. Creeping along on the ground, mixed among the leaves. Climbing blades of grass, hanging out, waiting for a host. They’re unsightly, clingy, and a health nuisance. They’re ticks. Continue reading to learn about dealing with ticks while hiking. Tiny in stature, ticks present a big problem for those who love […]

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Right Adventure Clothes to fend off mosquitoes

March 31, 2016

Love the outdoors? Who doesn’t, right? But most of us could do without all the creepy crawlies, biting bugs and menacing mosquitoes. Aside from being just plain annoying, mosquitoes and ticks can present a danger to your health, as they are frequent carriers of diseases such as West Nile virus, Lyme disease and, more recently […]

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An Essential Guide to Archery Equipment for Beginners

March 22, 2016

Humans have practiced archery for more than 2 million years. During the Paleolithic era, Earth’s earliest humans used a bow and arrow to catch dinner. In the time of knights and dragons, archery was a competition sport that even kings and queens took part in. Fast-forward to today, archery still holds a valuable place in […]

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Camping Gear: The basic essentials for a camping trip

January 25, 2016

You’ve decided to spend a weekend in the outdoors, getting back to nature and camping under the stars. Nice. Making that decision was easy. But now you’ve popped the trunk and you’re ready to load the vehicle. What camping gear do you absolutely need to put inside for this trip? Any camping gear checklist should […]

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Keeping liquids hot or cold

December 28, 2015

Some mornings, you’re so busy running around that by the time you get back to that coffee you poured, it’s gone cold. Bummer. Other days, you’re fighting through exercise or the heat, and when you’re finally ready to hydrate, the ice is melted. Dang. It doesn’t have to be that way. Today there are number […]

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