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Sports and Exercising Outdoors

Sports and Exercising OutdoorsTired of exercising in the gym? Enjoy getting out in nature? Try mixing up your workouts by incorporating sports and outdoor activities that will burn calories and add some interest to your exercise program. Even moderate-intensity exercises such as gardening and walking, done most days of the week, provide a sufficient amount of physical activity to lower your risk for heart disease, cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure.

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Are Your Running Shoes Hurting You?

Are you wearing the right running shoe for your foot type? When should you replace your running or walking shoes? Learn how to prevent shoe-related pain, so you can stay focused on your fitness goals.

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Get Ready to Hit the Slopes

You don’t have to wait for the snow to start falling to get ready for ski season. Start your training now and you’ll be sailing past those other ski bums on your way down the mountain. Dusting the competition or showing off to friends are not the only reasons to get in shape before ski season.

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Bike + Mountains = Excitement + Challenge

Tired of paved roads and four-wheeled traffic? Enjoy getting out into nature and away from the hustle of the city? If you answered “yes,” then your vehicle of choice could very well be a mountain bike.

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