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Come for a hiking experience with the flavor of the Rockies. You won�t just see these rugged, craggy, and scenic rock pinnacles�you�ll hike on top of them!
Learn the physics behind the sport.
Triathlon 101 2nd Edition eBook
If you�ve only recently been bitten by the triathlon bug, the very first, most obvious symptom is an inexplicable need to visit the nearest bicycle shop.
Laura Stamm's Power Skating eBook-4th Edition
Improve efficiency on the ice with basic pivot drills.
Alpine Skiing eBook
The motions and movements in skiing are relatively simple.
Endurance Sports Nutrition 3rd Edition eBook
Your job beforehand is to respect the nutrition aspect of long-distance endurance competitions and eat in a way that prepares you physically and mentally for the challenge that lies ahead.
Archery 4th Edition eBook
The best way to learn the basic T-form shot is to first mimic it without actually shooting an arrow. Mimicking gives you the chance to make the motions of shooting habitual and to get used to the equipment gradually.
Triathletes in Motion eBook
Triathlon is a cadenced endurance sport requiring hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of movement repetitions in the extremities and torso. As you train, you experience ongoing stages of movement, adaptation, and skill learning as you progress toward advances in technique and fitness.
Hiking Tennessee eBook
Despite the fact that Alvin C. York is one of the most celebrated soldiers in American history, he actually set out to be a conscientious objector. In 1914, he joined the pacifist Church of Christ in Christian Union but was denied formal conscientious objector status when he was drafted for service in World War I in 1917.
Triathletes in Motion
How we walk, sit, stand, and carry our posture during daily activities affects how we move in our sport. It is especially important to learn how to move from the inside to outside of the body.
Between 1993 and 1998, my climbing friends and I would spend the month of January bouldering and camping at Hueco Tanks State Park near El Paso, Texas. The warm sun, brilliant problems, supportive climbing culture, and stark desert beauty brought us back.