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  2017-03-01 |   Category : Athlete Blog

From Dai! athlete Trixie Bradley: I participated in the Chico Stage Race for the first time this year. I was very excited and looking forward to this race for months. It wasn’t until I was on my way to Chico that the nerves started to set in. On my way, my coach, Julie Young texted. …

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  2017-02-03 |   Category : Uncategorized

Contributed by o2fit-athlete, Kim Larson I once read an article about 10 health benefits of cross country skiing. I never thought twice about it after flipping through it, until this year. With 23 feet of snow in January (more then we have seen in the Truckee-Tahoe area for over 5 years) I needed to find …

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  2017-02-02 |   Category : Athlete Blog

Contributed by Dai! Endurance athlete, Kim Larson I once read an article about 10 health benefits of cross country skiing. I never thought twice about it after flipping through it, until this year. With 23 feet of snow in January (more then we have seen in the Truckee-Tahoe area for over 5 years) I needed …

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  2017-01-31 |   Category : Athlete Blog

  Photography by Daphne Houghard Sian Turner Crespo grew up immersed in sports, from figure skating and field hockey to golf, tennis and cricket. As a young adult, she discovered competitive cycling and jumped into XTERRA races, qualifying for both the U.S. and World Championships in her first season in 2011. She quickly progressed in …

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Photography by Daphne Houghard Sian Turner Crespo grew up immersed in sports, from figure skating and field hockey to golf, tennis and cricket. As a young adult, she discovered competitive cycling and jumped into XTERRA races, qualifying for both the U.S. and World Championships in her first season in 2011. She quickly progressed in the …

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  2017-01-14 |   Category : Uncategorized

  I don’t know about you, but for me embracing my strengths has been a battle.  I take for granted my God given talents and insanely continue to look at the things that are most difficult for me.  I have justified in my head that it is good to look at things I am not …

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  I don’t know about you, but for me embracing my strengths has been a battle.  I take for granted my God given talents and insanely continue to look at the things that are most difficult for me.  I have justified in my head that it is good to look at things I am not …

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  2016-12-15 |   Category : Uncategorized

Renee Elsdon Jacobs had been struggling with Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) for more than two years. This occurs when the iliotibial band, the ligament that runs down the outside of the thigh from the hip to the knee, is tight or inflamed. Renee wasn’t sure what caused it, but it was creating tension in her …

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  2016-10-17 |   Category : Uncategorized

Does off-season mean we hibernate and curl up in a comatose state on the couch with a bag of chips? Maybe not.Off-season provides an invaluable opportunity to give yourself a mental and physical hall pass from single sport focus structure. It is the time to step back and enjoy the opportunity of mental and physical variety. …

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Transitioning from road biking to mountain biking ignited a new passion in my life. Of course my wife, Meghan, and son, Walker, are my biggest passion and first priority. But we all need our personal outlets, and I’ve always needed to push myself in some fun, outdoor adventure. I’m 45, challenges are different now. Working …

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