On a recent Saturday, I grabbed my towel and headed to the beach for a brisk November swim. I had a full wetsuit on, borrowed from a friend, and only stayed in for a few strokes, but the experience took my breath away—in a good way. My body had never felt so invigorated and energized, the effects of which lingered for hours and contributed to a euphoric glow well-known to open-water enthusiasts. My next thought: Where can I buy a wetsuit? Because I want to do this again.
December 9, 2020 by Kikkan Randall How to Take Your Winter Workout Outdoors BYKARI MOLVAR December 8, 2020 On a recent Saturday, I grabbed my towel and headed to the beach for a brisk November swim. I had a full wetsuit on, borrowed from a friend, and only stayed in for a few strokes, but the experience took my breath away—in a […] > READ MORE
December 7, 2020 by David Norris November 9th I lost my sense of smell. I knew I had Covid as soon as I acknowledged that I couldn’t smell. I had a stuffy nose for two days. Not even the type of sniffles I considered a cold, but rather just the light type of sniffles that made me decide to push intervals […] > READ MORE
November 12, 2020 by David Norris I’ve been in Fairbanks over a week and have just another week here before heading to Europe. When I decided to come to here Anchorage didn’t have the greatest skiing and Birch Hill was setting shallow tracks that sometimes drug through decaying leaves. Birch Hill is consistently the best place for early season, low-snow training. […] > READ MORE