How to Paddleboard and What I Learned

The first time I saw paddleboarders, they reminded me of the Venice gondoliers without the striped shirts and skinny, long canoes. Then I learned it builds core, leg, and upper body strength. I'm all about exercising while outdoors. Being landlocked in Colorado, adopting a new water sport intrigued me so I reserved a paddleboard. I... Continue Reading →

Take the Challenge

Have you been chained to your desk this summer or have you channelled The Hulk and broken out to enjoy the nice weather? It's not too late to join us. Here's how: Share photos of your outdoor fitness adventures through Twitter and Instagram with #WRFChallenge. I'll link you up! Deanne Schultz posted a selfie while... Continue Reading →

Feel Like Summer is Slipping Away?

Once the 4th of July has been celebrated, the lazy days of summer accelerate at warp speed. Soon, our shadows will stretch, the leaves will begin to change and the kids will head back to school. I've learned how to slow down this special time of year while the days are long and warm. Want... Continue Reading →

Friday Photo and an Invitation!

Happy TGIF Wild Riders! Want to have fun and get one of your Instagram or Twitter posts featured? Tweet or Instagram your photos while walking, running, hiking or having any kind of outdoor adventure. Include the hashtag #WRFChallenge. I'll pick a few to post here on the Wild Ride. It's summer. Time to enjoy the... Continue Reading →

Join The Wild Rider Fitness Challenge

Hey Wild Riders! Are you ready to be challenged? I'm back to my wild adventures and thought we could have a little fun this summer. Many of you already exercise, but some of you are only well-intentioned. I know. I've been there too. Here's how you can become fit while receiving exposure for your blog... Continue Reading →

Why You Should ClassPass!

When I received an email asking if I would be interested in ClassPass for a month, I jumped on the chance not really knowing what it was or how it worked. My physical therapist had given me a list of exercises and I had been hitting my home gym for months. It was time for... Continue Reading →

Your Face Yoga Is Killing Me!

Last year, I noticed my thighs had shrunk and wrinkled and my upper eyelids had begun to droop. WTH? I suspected it was from aging. When I learned swelling causes muscle atrophy, I hit the gym hard. It's been over three months since knee surgery. My quads have grown and my thighs are smooth. Woohoo!... Continue Reading →

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