Swimmers who have spent months training for the upcoming Portland Triathlon won’t get to test their mettle in the waters of the Willamette this Sunday.
I’M AM SO HEART BROKEN FOR ALL THE ATHLETES THAT WORKED AND ALL THE TEAM IN TRAINING ATHLETES WHO TRAINED AND FUND RAISED FOR THIS EVENT. UNFORTUNATELY, NATURE HAPPENS. NOW DESTROY THAT DUATHLON!
Activist art wants YOU to join the People’s Climate March
Margaret Badore, treehugger.com
Artists and designers are working to inspire people to attend “the largest climate march in history” on September 21.
The People’s Climate March is coming to NYC this Sept. 21st right before the U.N. summit on climate change.
It’s not Christmas season yet, but it is cold and flu season! Nick Seluk of The Awkward Yeti reminds us to keep in mind what really counts: mucous, sleep deprivation, and sore throats.Remember that this is a time to be charitable. Not every…
Don’t forget to get those flu shots!
According to a pair of new British studies, commuting to work by foot, bicycle, or public transit is associated with a boost in both physical and mental health when compared to driving.
A study by researchers from the London School of Hygiene an…
Darn right. I feel much more responsive at work, at play, and at home when I #bikecommute or #runcommute. I also despise my fellow man a little less, the less I’m driving a car. A little less. :)
Roll out before you hit the road.
Chances are, your foam roller doesn’t see any action until after your run. Although foam rollers are often used to ease postexercise tightness, research suggests that rolling out before you hit the road has perk…
Prep your shiz for your next, best run.
A gorgeous sunrise, but I missed the best of it on my bike ride in. Not trying to crash taking photos from the saddle. Feeling blessed for how active I get to be.
Make no bones (or muscles or tendons) about it: Start running, and there’s a good chance injury may follow. Some estimate that nearly 80 percent of runners are injured each year. (They don’t tell you t …
Injury prevention keeps you on the road and trail longer.
Bike wrecks happen fast. In two milliseconds—that’s one-hundred-times quicker than a blink of an eye—a regular ride can turn into a disastrous noggin-buster. If you ever doubted the importance of strapping on a helmet before you roll out, cycle…
I don’t care what you hair looks like after, helmets save lives. End of story.