Pacific Northwest’s most challenging Adventure Racing partners with Paleo Eats.
When the Pacific Northwest’s most challenging Adventure Racing organizer partners with an energy bar, you better believe that’s one legit food source, packed with energy! The proof is in the eating, and Paleo Eats makes the best tasting, all-natural food bar so you can live life full!
How to be a "sneaker", good fats, adventure racers, Coolio and Wonder Woman- it's all in here!
My first question is about stone bowls...I know that when some people hear Paleo eating, it conjures images of people forking slabs of meat and raw veggies out of stone bowls. In your view, what is Paleo eating really about?
Wholesome and healthy is not the first thing people will notice about these yummies!
As usual, the focal point of the party rarely strayed from the kitchen. The Teriyaki meatballs were going fast, and Ben hovered around the deviled eggs with bacon and pickled jalapenos like he had been assigned to guard them. "Apparently these are Paleo or something," he said between bites, snatching two more for his plate. "All I know is that they are so good! Did you make these?" he asked me, with a look like he was about to offer me 40 bucks for a baggie of deviled eggs.
"I certainly did! Would you like the recipe?"
Stay healthy and boost your performance with a simple, body-weight circuit
When I strap on my ski boots this winter, I will do so with the inner confidence of a true athlete. At the top of my first run, like an Olympic downhiller preparing to launch from the gate, I will crack my poles together assertively, letting people know that yes, I am prepared for this moment.
That was the plan anyway. But, like last year, that plan was followed by very little actual working out. If you can relate, don't despair!
Adding a few simple exercises to your weekly routine will protect you from injury and help you build your skills all season long.
Tips and gear to help you to get the most out of fall and early winter mountain biking!
Living in Central Oregon and mountain biking throughout the Pacific Northwest, it's easy to see that the most popular time for mountain biking is in the summer. I get it. The sun is out, people are in an outdoorsy state of mind, vacations are planned, and sure, summer mountain biking can be a lot of fun. But do you know the first three things that come to mind when I think about mountain biking in the summer? Dust, sweat and mosquitos.
Classroom Teachers Reveal Their Top 4 Strategies for Staying Energized
It takes energy to teach! Trust me. I taught middle school English and Social Studies for 16 years. Every day, each year, a repeating procession of 11 to 14 year olds would walk, run, skip, saunter and shove their way into the classroom chattering, chirping, cajoling, and expecting me to capture their interest...