Admission to all the U.S. National Parks is free April 16 - 24. All 400 of them. Even the first and still the most amazing one: Yellowstone. Old Faithful and the majority of the planet's geysers are here. Free for a week. Really cheap every other week.
It's Almost-Yoga Monday. And that's Sanskrit for the good old Upward Dog stretch. Great for stretching, relaxing and strengthening everything you've got above the waist. A real feel-good stretch. A lot of flexibility from two minutes of a single, simple exercise.n
A short trail through an exotic landscape to a stone arch that defies gravity. It's The Delicate Arch in Arches National Park. Less than two miles. 500 calories round trip.
A 1-minute exercise that really makes you aware of the Way you use your core muscles to stabilize and balance yourself. To maintain your center of balance when your arms and legs are going their own ways. Here's a great Way to strengthen and stretch all those muscles.
It's National Park Week. Free admission next Saturday to every one of them. Here's how to get in shape for Park walking and hiking. In an imaginary park. When you hit the real trail, you're ready to rock. And climb.
Time for a 1-minute exercise you can do at home or at work. One example of something you should do once every hour or two. C'mon. Stand up. Flex those chest and shoulder muscles. Press Play to see the Way.
Five miles on The Long Trail in Vermont. To the summit of Mt. Abraham and the top of Lincoln Peak. And back. Burn 1,200 calories on a beautiful half-day hike. Then restore a few just up the road on the Ben & Jerry's factory tour.
Burn calories before you eat 'em. Really. Sounds too good to be true? Well, just Press Play to watch this revolutionary Total Body Exercise.
What a difference a letter makes. I'm in the Berkshires, not the Himalayas. A fairly serious hike, but you don't have to carry oxygen tanks. Or hire Sherpas. You can even bring your dog. Click for a great late Spring-early Summer day hike.
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