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Being fit is more than just working out, lifting weights and running on a treadmill. It's about a healthy diet and lifestyle. Staying active is easier than it may seem; you don’t always need to break a sweat in the gym.
Ski and snowboard enthusiasts dream of completing the ultimate test of heli-skiing as part of their mission to conquer mountains. Ungroomed terrain, no crowds and unpredictable snow elevate this extreme winter sport.
For the past decade, Japan has been gaining traction with America’s snow obsessives. No wonder, with the dollar trouncing the yen and a maritime climate that drops insanely good powder for a full five months.
The changing colors of the leaves and crisp smell of autumn are just two reasons to head out onto the hiking trail, but did you know there is research out there that shows hiking can improve physical and mental health?