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By Rachael Hodson
“The last bastion of ripping glory away from the tourist towns.”- Rip The World
Over a hundred years ago, a sheep herder from Grand Targhee, Wyoming began buying property around Eden, Utah for his livestock. As the years went by, he acquired a considerable amount of land, much of it being found high up in the picturesque mountains and valleys which surround the sleepy town. Little did he know that a few mere decades later, his son Dr. Alvin Cobabe would listen to two simple words, “build it,” and develop what would become one of Utah’s best kept secrets.
By Coach Lora Erickson
As a runner and triathlete for over 28 years, I’m a big advocate of cross training; it’s fun to throw new things into workouts to keep them fresh. Winter is the perfect opportunity to do this. Consider adding snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, elliptical, indoor cycling, yoga, swimming, and indoor surfing to your routine.
By Connie Lewis
As temperatures drop, Olympic athletes in Utah are heating things up. The road to Sochi, Russia is not an easy trip and competitors training in Utah have given it their all to get there. From the Olympic Legacy Park to the Utah Olympic Oval in Kearns, speed skaters, aerialists, and ski jumpers take advantage of our world-class training facilities to prepare for the Games.