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How Running in the Morning Changed My Thoughts

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on May 19, 2017 8:24:24 AM

I too, have learned to tune out the “fitspo” nutcases who swear by their fitness regimen and the green juice that they believe can make them walk on water. Not literally, but you get the idea. In fact, the health craze has become so abundant lately that everyone believes they are an expert because they participate in the fad diet of the season. To be entirely honest, I think I’ve always tuned it out. Weight has always been something I’ve watched, but I learned that the best way to maintain your waistline is by some self-control, some self-indulgence, but a large lifestyle adjustment.

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This Summer's Guide to the Best Climbing Destinations

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on May 18, 2017 1:45:13 PM

There’s something enticing in a ritual of a bouldering trip. The anticipation of pushing yourself to make that leap of faith from one rock to another while cheering on friends who are doing the same makes you want to push yourself further with every climb. There is something familiar in the air the morning before a climb – the phone is buzzing as your friends discuss where to meet up, creating a playlist for the ride, even tying your shoe laces has a certain adrenaline rush to it.

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Topics: Hiking

How to Remain Active During Allergy Season

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Apr 30, 2017 12:05:00 PM

For those to love the outdoors but suffer from seasonal allergies, Spring may be the Achilles Heel to those of us who are inclined embrace the changing of the seasons. With a little bit of planning and creativity, you indulge in the beauty of Spring without suffering from the repercussions of pollen allergies. Runners, hikers, golfers, and bikers who have seasonal allergies can continue to pursue their passions.   

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Topics: For Your Health

Hiking With Your Dog Could Pawsitively Save Your Life

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Apr 19, 2017 1:01:45 PM

Every day we find ourselves engulfed in the mundane routine of work, only to come home to relax in front of a television where we’re bombarded by commercials that tell us that we have to work harder in order to buy more things – it’s no wonder that rates of depression are staggering upon American citizens.

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Topics: Hiking

How to Properly Eat After a Workout

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Apr 10, 2017 9:05:00 AM

I remember in high school my brothers and I would go to the gym after school and would spend hours lifting weights, doing cardio, and playing basketball only to come home with a large appetite and even larger eyes for the fridge. We would clean the shelves, eating everything in sight – thinking it was absolutely okay because we had a great workout at the gym. Looking back, I should have avoided the second serving of steak or not eating enough greens.

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Topics: Sports

Ditch the Gym: Health Starts Outdoors

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Apr 1, 2017 11:30:00 AM


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Topics: Running

Let's Take This Outside: 6 Outdoor Date Ideas

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Mar 24, 2017 8:11:00 AM


My brother met his now wife at a party and took her out on their first date to a newly built village by the beach where there is countless restaurants, ice cream shops, luxury shopping, concerts and people watching. They had their first kiss on a bench overlooking the ocean before they headed upstairs to a rooftop jazz bar. Fast forward six years later, he proposed to my sister-in-law on that very same bench and laughed about the quirks and the enticing process of getting to know that someone who you will spend the rest of your life with.

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Topics: Sunglasses

Tips from a Local: Winter Surf Guide

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Mar 17, 2017 7:32:00 AM

Growing up on the shore on the East Coast made me have a special connection with the water. A sort of longing that can’t keep me away for too long. All of my favorite memories include windswept hair and sandy feet. Early September is usually when people get their last swim in, the ocean is incredibly warm but overly crowded with tourists, or Benny’s as we name them at the Jersey Shore. It’s summer’s last bittersweet kiss.  Sometimes I savor in the memory of a night swim when the ocean is calm with a group of friends (sorry mom). But as we splash through the night, our surf inclined group discusses how they are looking forward to the end of the summer season.

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Topics: Watersports

The Summer of Music, 2017 Guide

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Mar 8, 2017 9:45:00 AM

The summer is about catching a tan, grilling on the BBQ, throwing back a couple cold ones with your friends, and filling your calendar with activities that you couldn’t otherwise do in the frigid winter. As the temperature begins to warm up, we find ourselves more active, surrounded by crowds at the beach, festivals, and of course concerts.
Essentially when we attend these events we look to feel at ease, with a beer in hand we forget all our worries – and unfortunately at times our belongings. With Pugs, you could collect multiple sunglasses without breaking a dent in your wallet. Impress your friends with an edgy, fashionable statement without the weighted fear of losing your sunglasses in the midst of – fun.
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Topics: Summer Apparel

Campfire Cooking: Tips around the Tinfoil

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Mar 1, 2017 3:36:04 PM


The great outdoors is the ultimate escape from the stress of reality. When one strays from the beaten path, or in this case the concrete one, they can find peace of mind when they envelop themselves in fresh air and wilderness. The further one gets away from cell phone reception, the more inclined they become to embrace or even adapt to a simpler lifestyle. Fine dining comes second hand to a meal cooked in the woods under the stars and a smoky bonfire. If you’re planning on camping, you’ll likely want a freshly cooked meal, and there is nothing more satisfying than setting up a campfire then hearing the crackle and sizzle of your food heating up. Cooking in Mother Nature should require no pots and pans, and especially no cleanup.  Just remember to bring a fork and foil, and you’re in business.

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Topics: For Your Health, Hiking


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