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The following guide is intended to help you find the perfect yoga clothes so you feel comfortable and stylish when you first step foot on your mat.
Below you’ll find our ultimate guide to the major styles of yoga. Check them out and decide which style is right for you.
Try adding the five yoga poses detailed below to your pre-paddling routine and let us know if they work for you!
According to industry group Running USA, as reported in the Wall Street Journal, participation took a face plant in 2015 with 29-34 year-olds disappearing at a rate of 19% since 2013.
Try adding the five yoga poses detailed below to your routine and let us know how they influence your riding.
Try adding the five yoga poses to your pre-workout routine and let us know if they ease your muscles after a run.
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Goos and gummies—some live by ‘em, some can’t stand ‘em. It’s all about finding what works for you.
Alice Perlowski, MD, is a spokesperson for CEP Compression, and she’s well suited to explain the benefits of compression to outdoor enthusiasts.
Skimo—the best time you’ll have being miserable on skis.
From massage rollers to knee braces and compression socks, this gear comes from the labs of sports medicine-minded companies.
For athletes aiming for speed, endurance and sport-specific power, there’s a big world of personal technology to explore. Active Junky jumps in with several noteworthy additions to the category.
The Feed has completely revolutionized the way we refuel.
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These three tasty – and nutritious – snacks kept our team fueled without failure.
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As the seasons shift, we’re ruminating on a few of our favorite fall things: changing leaves, steaming cinnamon-infused drinks and, of course, leggings.
On a 4-day bikepacking trip on the Kokopelli Trail from Fruita, CO to Moab, UT, a pair of Active Junky testers constantly loaded their water bottles and CamelBak bladders with hydration supplements. These were a few of their favorites:
Garnered from personal interviews with pro riders, post-race quotes and team websites, these five questions spin through cyclists’ minds as fast as they pedal.
Over a six-month period, Active Junky tested two models, working out on the hardwood with the Halsa and plying Rocky Mountain rim rock in the Oterro.