These 7 Dog-Training Principles Work for Humans, Too

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These 7 Dog-Training Principles Work for Humans, Too
Last winter my family grew by four legs. No, we didn’t have twins. We adopted Ananda, a then seven-week-old German shepherd dog (GSD). GSDs are great, but they are also a lot of work. When we first got Ananda, my son was just shy of three years old. Ananda thought he was a baby sheep and constantly ...

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Outside acquires Pinkbike, CyclingTips, and Trailforks

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Outside acquires Pinkbike, CyclingTips, and Trailforks
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Outside, the Colorado-based leader in active lifestyle content and services (and Outside Business Journal’s parent company), today added three new ...

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Could Thru-Hiking Be Bad for Your Health? A New Study Makes a Troubling Find.

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Could Thru-Hiking Be Bad for Your Health? A New Study Makes a Troubling Find.
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When Tom Heinbockel decided to make himself into an experiment, he didn’t expect the results to change the way he looked at hiking. He certainly didn’t ex...

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Building Community Through Climbing

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Building Community Through Climbing
Escaladora is the story of Outdoor Research ambassador Monserrat Alvarez Matehuala and her experiences with climbing, culture, and community building. She works to build safe, women-of-color-led experiences to empower others in the outdoors through Brown Girls Climb and Women’s Wilderness. The post ...

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In the World of Ultralight Hiking, Everything Weighs Something

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In the World of Ultralight Hiking, Everything Weighs Something
They tell me Glen Van Peski is a celebrity, but he remains largely ignored where I first meet him: in Las Vegas in the lobby of the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Glen is hard to miss. At six feet four inches, he towers over me as he peers way, way down below in search of my hand for our initial greeting. Whil...

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What Happens to Your Body After a Year Inside?

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What Happens to Your Body After a Year Inside?
After over a year of the pandemic, it’s no surprise that many of us are in a mental state of languishing. But not only our minds have been affected—the many months we’ve spent cooped up indoors have also had an undeniable impact on our bodies. (As anyone who has been working from their closet or kit...

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The weak link in toxic, hazardous chemical safety

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www.propertycasualty360.com/2021/07/1… Regardless of the industry, if hazardous chemicals are on a job site the chance for accidental release is present if they aren’t properly controlled, which lifts the possibility of a potential disaster. To combat deaths and injuries from industrial acc...

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