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Tips For A Perfect Ski Boot Fit!

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Ski boots are the most important piece of equipment because they provide the direct   connection between your body and your ski. The movement of the ski boot controls the ski movement. A sloppy boot fit will allow the foot to […]

6 Offseason Tips for Triathletes

Though triathlon is indeed “a” sport, triathletes must be able to do the three sports (swimming, cycling and running) in a manner that gets them across the finish line in the least amount of time. As a triathlete, you may or may not be aiming for a spot on the podium but you probably want […]

Happy New Year! Let’s Go Running!

Another year brings another set of lofty resolutions, and you want to set fitness goals and wellness priorities that will really count in 2014. Running can be the perfect segue into a healthier, happier you. “For someone who’s looking to go from couch to 5K, the first thing I would suggest is that they get […]

Keeping Junior On The Road

One of the best gifts you can receive on Christmas morning is a brand new bicycle. A bicycle, and everything that comes with it, is the perfect gift to be found under the tree. Maybe you remember when you received your first bike on Christmas. I sure remember mine! Now that Christmas has come and […]

TdF Stage 20 / Overall – Goals

- With guest writer Rick Wetherald – You couldn’t have designed a more exciting end to the 2011 TdF if you tried. Coming into the final time trial, Cadel Evans had a large – though still managable – 57 second deficit to yellow jersey wearer Andy Schleck. The situation dictated that both would start the […]

Stage 10: Wow

What an exciting finish. Bravo to Voeckler for staying aggressive even with the leader’s jersey. It’s beautiful to see someone just go for it, heart and soul. To be sure, we watch the Tour to be entertained, but today we were inspired as well. Did anyone with a pulse not feel their heart jump when […]

Stage 9

I rarely find myself at a loss for words, but today I am simply stunned by Stage 9. This Tour continues to be brutal. If anything good can come of these crashes, let it be that we all are more careful and look out for one another. Let’s look at two take-aways from today’s stage. […]

Stage 8: Thunder

In Norse mythology, Thor is the god of thunder, oak trees, and strength. Today, Thor Hushovd lived up to his name. They say that having the yellow jersey gives you extra strength; I wonder if being named after a god does, too? In case you don’t know, Hushovd is a sprinter; a man for the […]

Stage 7: Concussions

Chris Horner is among my favorite riders to watch. He’s just a blue collar stiff who puts his nose to the grind stone and gets things done. He’s not polished, he’s not pretty or even particularly well-spoken. He likes to eat at McDonalds and tell things like they are. He’s the Kelly Pavlik of the […]

Stage 6: All About the Benjamins

At the Tour, winning is not everything. The most obvious prize is the Yellow Jersey, or maillot jaune, of the leader. Next are the individual stage wins, which are obviously also important. But did you know that there three other jerseys up for grabs, and an additional two competitions? We’ll save those for another day, […]