Outdoor Sports Guide Magazine

Gear Princeton Tec Switchback 1
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Princeton Tec Switchback 1

The Switchback 1 is one of three bike and helmet mountable lights made by Princeton Tec. It’s designed to be the smallest and most powerful LED secondary helmet light on the market and is powered by rapidly charging lithium batteries.…

Gear Ryders Glasses
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Ryders Eyewear

Endorphin and Stealth Glasses For affordable sunglasses that are ideal for biking and running, try the Endorphin and Stealth styles from Ryders Eyewear’s Adrenaline Collection. These glasses feature high-performance optically-correct, shatterproof, polycarbonate lenses with 100% UV, protection. Both feature anti-slip…

Snowsports
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Snowboarding in Utah

An Adolescent Sport Grows up by Josh Scheuerman Snowboarding began with an uncertain birth, grew to an aggressive youth and matured to become a mainstream winter and Olympic sport. Although the first snowboard was not created in Utah, this state…

Resort Report
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Winter 09 Resort Report

 Looking to improve your skiing or snowboarding skills this season? Then check out these greatclinics and Camps at Local Ski resorts. You’ll learn a variety of techniques and make new friends while you’re doing it.  

Health & Nutrition
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Drinking Naturally

As athletes, we’re always on the lookout for that magical elixir that might give us an extra burst of energy. Lucky for us there are a number of new all-natural options to choose from.

Health & Nutrition
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A Feast of Foods

In her new book, Truly Cultured: Rejuvenating Taste, Health and Community with Naturally Fermented Foods, author, chef and holistic health expert Nancy Lee Bentley explains why bacteria never looked so good.

Health & Nutrition
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New Caffeine Kicks

Do you like getting your caffeine from coffee? Just stick to the coffee. According to the Nutrition Action newsletter, a Starbucks Venti (20 ounce) Caffè Mocha with whole milk and whipped cream is loaded with 450 calories and 13 grams…