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Kyle MacLachlan

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Why Autumn Is the Best Season to Get Outdoors

Fall might be seen as a transition season, but it shouldn't be overlooked by outdoor enthusiasts. With fewer crowds, cooler temperatures and vibrant leaves, it's a great time to get outdoors. With the right gear, you can adapt these activities to extend your summertime adventures well into the chillier months. Take... Read more

5 Best Fitness Trackers for Travelers

Ever forgotten to take off your brightly covered fitness tracker before a meeting? The days of needing a unsightly band to track your activities are numbered. The fitness trackers of today look more like watches, and are stylish enough to go from gym to office to dinner without missing a... Read more

Heal Yourself: Holistic/Alternative Approaches to Injury

With all-natural and organic products taking over the grocery shelves and even the beauty and cleaning sections, it's no surprise the "my-body-is-a-temple" way of thinking is bleeding into treatments for injuries from exercise. Why pop another pill if your knee is tweaking when a more natural approach is available? Here are... Read more

4 Places to Add to Your Active Travel List

What comes to mind when you think "active travel?" A long plane ride to an exotic destination? Trekking through the wilderness? Camping in a remote spot? The truth is you can find ways to enjoy active travel no matter where you go, but we have a list of suggestions for when... Read more

How to Stick to Your Fitness Goals While Traveling

  Whether you travel for business or pleasure, chances are you have fitness routines or goals to maintain on the road. But fitness can suffer when you're frequently on the move with no consistent daily routine. It's entirely possible to keep to your fitness plans while traveling—you just have to get a... Read more

Top 4 Ways To Be Active in New York City

Visiting New York City can often set your fitness routine back — especially if you're there for work. But it's not impossible. From biking to meetings to enjoying a morning sunrise jog through Central Park, here are the best ways to get some exercise in the city that never sleeps. Read more

How To Train For Your First Triathlon

If you have burned out on 5K runs, don't relish getting dirty in a mud run and aren't quite ready for a half-marathon, you might be ready to train for a sprint triathlon. Such an event — which is generally comprised of a half-mile open water swim, a 15- to 20-mile... Read more

How to Get Motivated for a Workout When You Just Want to Chill

Between the post-holiday slump and plunging temperatures outside, snuggling under a blanket with a cup of tea might sound better than working out. But there are plenty of interesting ways to vary your routines so the cool temps don't dampen your commitment to fitness. Here are eight strategies to try when the couch... Read more