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Letting Go of a Fitness Misconception

I am on a new adventure these days- the adventure of mommy hood. I had my first child in February and am learning more than I ever thought possible.

Before I had my child, I worked out quite a bit. Even during pregnancy, I was able to keep up with boot camp workouts (I just went 3 days per week instead of 5 and modified the exercises). I am about 7 weeks postpartum and exercise looks completely different. I am 100% okay with that, but I had to let...


Cranworx World Tour

I knew it would be a tall order, but putting myself in these positions is nothing new. I had been grinding away for six weeks to get my recently repaired shoulder back to fighting shape. Bicep, tendon and labrum had been demolished, so the surgery was well warranted. However, the timeline was stressful. Since the adoption of a big Slopestyle event in the Southern Hemisphere, our "off-season" became pretty non existent. What was a slower time reserved for getting caught up with family and the occasional photo shoot, was replaced with a March event and having to stay on...


Savor the Flavor

National Nutrition Month is officially underway and I love the slogan this year! The slogan is, “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right.”

What does “savor the flavor” mean to you? To me it means that no matter what I am consuming I take time to enjoy it. It doesn’t mean that every bite of food eaten is uber healthy or that I must jump on the next diet bandwagon. Any food can fit and be savored.

The beauty of taking time to enjoy a meal or snack is that it...


Tips for the Traveling Cyclist

Traveling for cycling events can be tricky. There are so many additional items that need to be prepped and packed beyond the typical fresh clothes and toothbrush of regular travel. When that cycling travel is done via air, it can be even trickier. Here are some of the most important lessons I’ve learned over the years to help you and your bike fly as smoothly as possible.

Bike tools:

All tools need to go in your bike box. Even more, they need to go in an easily sealable and containable bag...


Just Keep Them Active

I remember as a kid I was always playing sports and trying new things. Even though from age 8 to 12 I was dedicated to Taekwondo Karate I was still playing basketball, soccer and baseball and riding my bike and skateboarding all of which I believed help me with my coordination for excelling at Karate and allowed me to get my black belt and win tournaments. I didn't know it then but I was learning a valuable lesson of having to be somewhere at a certain time and...


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