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Mountain Biking in WNY

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Here’s a quick post on my mountain biking experiences throughout Western NY. You might not think of mountains when thinking of Buffalo, but I assure you that within an hours drive you’ll be… Read more »

Get Your Paddle On!

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Paddling is one of the fastest growing water sports with boats available from most outdoor outfitters. Having access to affordable equipment is a huge incentive for people to start paddling…. Read more »

The Changing Seasons

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Spring is a great time to be a runner and even more so if you have had the perseverance to keep trekking outside all winter long. WNY’s popular running routes… Read more »

Tour De Cure 2015

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Join us as we ride to Stop Diabetes! The Tour de Cure is the American Diabetes Association’s signature cycling event, raising funds and awareness for the mission of the ADA,… Read more »

Hiking the Eternal Flame Trail

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Now that spring is here, my girlfriend and I decided to venture off to Chestnut Ridge Park and seek the Eternal Flame. Although we visit the flame frequently, the path is never quite the same. This… Read more »

Hey! Don’t Forget to Stretch

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The Importance of Stretching Before and After Exercising Most of us like to hit the gym and hastily jump into a strenuous exercise routine. However, we forget one of the… Read more »

A Visit to Saddle Indoor Cycling

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Today, my wife and I tried a new adventure. We visited the new Saddle Indoor Cycling on Hertel Avenue in North Buffalo. We were greeted by owner, Rodman Nagy who… Read more »

Mixing Up the Fitness Routine

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After over a decade plus of running, I always felt a tad guilty about not incorporating any type of strength training into my weekly regimen. That changed about six months… Read more »

Winter Warrior Half Marathon

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Yesterday was a very cold day to run. The 16 degree temps were tough enough but the 20 mph gusts proved face numbing at times. That aside, this Buffalo Trekker… Read more »