A Sail-to-Ski Trip to British Columbia

“Adventure” may possibly be described as a vacation in which you never know the end result. For instance, there are really several adventures in grocery outlets, there are some in the pet park, and there are a lot of when you’re reliant on favorable wind, truthful weather conditions, and the will of the mountain Gods.

In mid-spring past 12 months we plunged into an expedition that necessitated all 3 to tumble our way—a sail-to-ski vacation alongside the British Columbia coastline.

Sailing at dawn

Adventures are most typically spurred by lofty

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A Positive Reminder That the Good Times Will Return

As we all lay low in our isolated bubbles, it’s only natural to reflect on the past. While fond memories of time spent outdoors with friends and family may seem distant right now, it’s important to remember those days will soon return. Remaining positive is key to fostering the good vibes and optimism needed to get things back to normal.

With that pep talk in mind, we encourage you to enjoy some epic powder turns from the crew at Ikon Pass. The inspirational video is aimed at bringing powder hounds together during

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Lockdown Is Temporary, Community Is Forever

As I sit here writing in this cold, empty bathtub, listening to my thoughts echo off the smooth white porcelain cocoon I have built, I am reminded of warm memories from my childhood home. It was a place where my only responsibilities were to create mud holes, burn anything I could find with a magnifying glass, and take care of my butterfly who couldn’t fly.

 

You see, I was the one who robbed my beautiful friend of the gift of flight and was now his sworn protector. A few weeks earlier, I was outside patrolling our vegetable garden for unwanted

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Training During COVID-19: The Quarantine Machine

While we all try to figure out how to navigate these trying times of lockdowns and social distancing, we seem to have this weird mix of lots of time to train but a lack of options with which to utilize.

 

The challenges of training from home (minimal equipment and space being the main ones) have made it really difficult to create strength training options that can at least preserve, or possibly continue to develop, the levels of force production and neural drive necessary for athletes.

 

 

When this situation finally resolves and we are able to start competing again, those who

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