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What I overcame to be a better ultra-runner

Post by: Annie Weiss, Swiftwick ambassador, ultra-runner & dietitian.  There are countless struggles that ultra-running brings to life. The physical demands, mental battles and psychological barriers faced on any given training or racing day is unimaginable. There are so many components are involved … Continue reading

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5 things all beginner cyclists should know

Post by: Jordan Villella. What things should cyclists know when they become new members of the cycling community? For new and pro cyclists alike, sometimes we can lose focus and chase after new shiny pieces of kit and forget what really matters: … Continue reading

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5 safety tips for biking in New York City

Biking in the city is one of the most exhilarating and refreshing experiences a city-dweller can have! It’s environmentally-friendly, saves you from the hassle of parking, and is a fun, yet athletically stimulating, activity to get around. Although biking in … Continue reading

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5 ways to reach and surpass your summer fitness goals

Photo by Mike Briggs Post by: Jordan Villella, Swiftwick athlete.  It happens to everyone: spring fever! The weather breaks and you think, “What have I been doing all winter!?” If you’ve been playing it smart by laying an aerobic base during winter, … Continue reading

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Reviews from the pros: Fluid recovery drink mix

Review by: Jordan Villella.  When I think of a “recovery drink” I think: something that I have to drink after an intense day training or racing to not feel terrible and be ready to ride/race the next day. The words “that … Continue reading

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Summertime camping

Many acquaintance camping with the clear night sky and looking up at the stars. Summer is right around the corner, and coming with it is all the things like trips to the beach, backyard grilling, and for many Americans, the … Continue reading

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My transformation into a runner: Brian Frain’s story

Post by: Brian Frain, Swiftwick athlete.  It’s amazing how easy it is to get out of shape. Through most of my life, from my early teens to my mid-20s, I was generally considered to be a skinny guy. I never … Continue reading

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Top of the world: top 10 peaks in the US

What is better than that feeling that Leonardo DiCaprio had in Titanic? No, I’m not talking about his torrid love affair with Kate Winslet. I’m talking about that iconic moment when he’s on the bow of the ship and shouts, “I’m … Continue reading

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Invest and become the best version of you

Post by: Savana Hodge.Click here to discover what moves you! Exercise. It’s an investment.  As children we are taught to go to school to learn so each year we can progress, grow. and advance as individuals. We were investing in … Continue reading

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5 places for a good run in San Francisco

Ahhh, San Francisco- one of the most beautiful and historic cities in California. This “Paris of the West” is known for many things, such as its cool summers, beautiful architecture and many tourist attractions. But what you might not have … Continue reading

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