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Why Fitness?

Most importantly, Quality of Life. Our mission is to help people achieve fitness for an adventurous life. Which spelled out is achieving your personal best in our 5 Peaks of Breath, Nutrition, Movement, Recovery, and Adventure. Why we coach using the 5 Peaks is because

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Adventure In the Month – July

El Matador Beach Arguably Malibu’s most stunning beach, where you park on the bluffs and stroll down a trail to sandstone rock towers that rise from emerald coves. Walk, swim and beach comb or just get in some sunbathing as you stroll through the tides,

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50 Bodyweight and Travel Workouts

Keeping the consistency of your workout routine can be tough while you don’t have a gym or are traveling. Consistency over time equals results. So here are 50 workouts you can do from anywhere, even the floor of a casino 🙂 1 Round for Time

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What is Fitness for an Adventurous Life?

The answer is actually very simple; Fitness for a long Adventurous life is holistic. What we mean by that is it needs to be all-encompassing and diverse. It can’t just be pull-ups, it can’t be just yoga or it can’t be just meditation or long-distance

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Adventure In the Month – November

Joshua Tree National Park One of the coolest places on planet earth, an Awesome place to unwind, stargaze, and disconnect from the world while reconnecting with yourself. J Tree has an amazing atmosphere; from spiky plants to car-sized boulders to spectacular sunsets, the place has

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Adventure In the Month – September

Annual Beach WOD. Come get your workout in full SoCal style. It’s once again time to Swim in the Pacific ocean, run on a nice sandy beach and get in a great workout with your friends and teammates. Details:

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Adventure Math: How many calories can I burn on a hilly hike?

Use the calculator below to try out a new equation developed by the military to estimate energy expenditure while hiking Walking uphill is harder than walking on level ground. Walking downhill is easier—until it’s not, as anyone who has walked down a long, steep mountain

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