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Keeping Your Knees In Good Health – On The Trail – Part 2

Sunday, September 26th, 2010

Trekking pole hiking lessen strain on knees

Keeping Your Knees In Good Health – At Home Exercises – Part 1

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Knee health exercises lunge, squats

No matter what activities you do, your knees are a big part of those activities, like just going for a walk in the city, hiking on the trails or snowboarding. So it is recommended to try to keep your knees in good health all year round. If you don’t it makes you more succeptible to injuries, below are a exercises and other things you can do at home to improve
and maintain your knees.

Advanced Search Now Available – Search for Outdoor Gear Reviews

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - outdoor gear search reviews articles

Advanced Search has been added to, start using it now!

Here are some useful searches for the coming spring and summer season (click links):

  1. Rain Jacket
  2. Shell Jacket
  3. Camping Tent

Keeping On Track When Running Outdoors Using GPS Technology

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

TIMEX gps heart rate monitor pedometer deviceThere was a time when you had to stick to a treadmill to accurately track your level of physical activity-how far you’d walked or run, how many calories you’d burned and how hard you’d worked. But these days there’s a wide range of equipment to help you get the right workout outdoors.

In The Right Direction – Good Advice For First-Time Adventure Racers

Friday, September 12th, 2008

Good advice for first time adventure racers

Wilderness navigation is what puts the adventure in adventure racing. But it’s also what intimidates many neophyte racers the prospect of thrashing through the woods, increasingly lost, while your former friends lament your inability with a map and compass. A little training and thought, explains an adventure race veteran LAWRENCE, can improve your success at orientation, navigation and route-finding.

Do You Get Outdoors Enough?

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

Get outdoors enough?

Everyone has their reasons why they don’t go outdoors enough.
Outdoors to camp, hike, canoe, trail running or just hang out wih nature.The reason can come down to just three factors:

Work Committments-