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The (Many) Benefits of Running

Last updated on December 17th, 2021 We’ve heard it a thousand times, so we all know that exercise is good for us. Running, for example, keeps us nimble, burns calories and helps us feel good. But what kind of hard scientific data backs this up? How exactly does running benefit our physical and psychological well-being? […]

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This 330-Pound NFL Lineman Has El Cap in His Sights

Standing 6 foot 4” and weighing 330 pounds, Wes Schweitzer is built like a boulder. It’s not the body type of a stereotypical rock climber, but his refrigerator-like physique isn’t exactly surprising, either. That’s because the 28-year-old plays on the offensive line for the Washington Commanders, and he is going into his seventh season in […]

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12 Yoga Poses for Strong Legs

Summertime sends us outside—walking, running, hiking, biking, or standing still trying to catch a breeze. What do these activities have in common? They require us to use the power of our legs. In fact, many of our recreational and mundane activities require strong lower limbs. And while summer shorts and swimsuits put our legs on […]

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We Put 23 Electrolyte Drinks to a Taste Test. Here Are the Best Ones.

As we ease into summer and temperatures skyrocket, it’s important to stay hydrated during your favorite outdoor activity. Electrolyte mixes are great for this, but let’s be frank: if you don’t like the taste, you probably won’t drink it. That’s we gathered a group of testers who regularly use hydration mixes to participate in a […]

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A Tough Choice: Shenandoah National Park or the Great Smokies?

63 Parks Traveler started with a simple goal: to visit every U.S. national park. Avid backpacker and public-lands nerd Emily Pennington saved up, built out a tiny van to travel and live in, and hit the road, practicing COVID-19 best safety protocols along the way. The parks as we know them are rapidly changing, and […]

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“If You Want to See Yellowstone without the Crowds, This Is the Best Summer Ever to Visit”

On Sunday, I rafted the Yellowstone River, just north of Gardiner, Montana. Gardiner is one of two gateway towns currently cut off from Yellowstone National Park, after record floods destroyed roads, houses, and critical infrastructure throughout the region last month. The river was one of the hardest hit by the floods, and I was worried […]

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