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  • Post by Injinji

    On November 10, 2015

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  • A Mountaineer’s Guide to Ice Climbing

    Whether you are a beginner ice climber or simply an admirer of the sport, the following tips will help you navigate this sports’ crystal-sharp terrain.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On October 27, 2015

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  • Smarter Cycling: How to Pick Out the Right Shoes

    It doesn’t matter if you are indoors taking a spin class or outdoors riding your road bike; like any form of physical activity, it is important to have the right type of footwear to help you achieve personal records. Let’s take a look at the following items to help you determine which shoe is the perfect fit for you and your healthy, cycling hobby.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On October 20, 2015

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  • Walk Your Way to Better Health

    Whether on your way to work, enjoying a scenic view in your local park, or during ordinary activities like shopping or running errands; walking is important for your health, and odds are you’re not doing enough of it.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On October 8, 2015

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  • Loose Limbs: How Stretching Impacts Your Body

    From the first time we’re taught how to exercise, we’re told about the importance of stretching beforehand. Fitness gurus assure us that stretching properly will guarantee less muscle pain after our workout, plus more flexibility and a reduced possibility of injury.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On October 1, 2015

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  • How to Use Hiking to Improve your Physical and Mental Fitness

    Hiking is undeniably a great workout: your lower body is moving, your heart is pumping, and if you’re carrying a pack, your back is working on its fitness as well. Even if your hike is little more than a light walk, you’re still getting in some movement, which is a daily necessity. But what you might not be aware of is that while your muscles are working, your brain is also reaping the benefits of a good hike.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On September 24, 2015

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  • Backpacking: How do I start?

    Just you, the freedom of nature, and all your belongings on your back: That’s the magic of backpacking. It’s an idyllic escape from everyday life, and many people look to backpacking as a way of getting physical exercise and harmonizing with the outdoors – but what if you haven’t backpacked before?

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  • Post by Injinji

    On August 20, 2015

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  • Why Runners Should Be Cross Training

    Cross training refers to the process of combining multiple exercises into an athlete’s training regimen. Most often, these exercises work varying muscle groups under different types of stress to round out the overall routine.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On August 13, 2015

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  • Is Cycling Good for Your Joints?

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  • Post by Injinji

    On August 11, 2015

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  • Risky Running: A Look at the 7 Most Common Running Injuries [INFOGRAPHIC]

    65% of all runners are injured within a given year. On average, every 100 hours of running = 1 running injury. The average runner loses 5-10% of their year’s workouts due to injury.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On July 20, 2015

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  • Injinji Tested: Paleo Smoked Salmon Egg Bake

    Running, training, lifting weights, cycling, sweating. Working out takes time and dedication outside and in the gym. Putting your body through an intense workout alone may not yield the optimal results or split time because performance training is more than just the hours spent training. A key item to consider is the foods you consume and how it contributes to your overall health.

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