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Arielle Raycene Remember to Stay Hydrated

Remember to Stay Hydrated!

We’ve all heard before that 70% of our body composition is made up of water. So why do we forget to keep ourselves hydrated, especially as athletes? It only takes a small two percent loss of hydration to see low performance. Any more than that and we’re looking at very serious risks. Let’s take a […]

Arielle Raycene 5 of the Hardest Climbs for Cyclists

5 of the Hardest Climbs for Cyclists

Those who love cycling know that cycling also comes with having to learn to love climbs. The better you are at uphill strides, the better cyclist you’ll become overall. I learned my cycling from my dad and he’s always said “there’s no hill in the state of New York that has beat me yet!” If […]

Arielle Raycene New York Skiing

Skiing May Be a Better Workout Than Hitting the Gym

During the cold winters of the month, it can be difficult to find activities that can be fun. Instead of sitting home and watching Netflix, you can go out and hit the slopes! Here are some reasons why skiing may even be a better workout than hitting the gym. Skiing is more fun than hitting […]

Arielle Raycene New York Olympics

How Do They Decide Where The Olympics Will Be?

Hosting the Olympic Games is an expensive and far-reaching commitment. Host cities must go through a multi-step approval process before the International Olympic Committee (IOC) chooses them as the site of the Games. Host cities stand to benefit from the Olympics by boosting tourism, improvement projects, and job creation. First, the cities themselves must assemble […]

Arielle Raycene Winter Olympics 2

2018 Winter Olympics – Part II

The 2018 Winter Olympics are set to begin February 9th, which is just around the corner! I’m excited to watch some of my favorite sports and see the American athletes perform. Here’s a continuation of my last blog highlighting the different sports and who to watch from Team USA in PyeongChang, Korea in just a […]

Arielle Raycene Winter Olympics 1

2018 Winter Olympics – Part I

The winter olympics are just around the corner and I’m as excited as ever! As I’m sure you know by now, I’m a big lover of outdoor sports, especially when the snow starts to fall. Here’s a list of some of the sports we’re going to be seeing this year at the 2018 Olympic Games […]

Arielle Raycene - Cold Weather

How to Still Get Outdoors When Temperatures are Below Zero

If you’re looking to beat seasonal depression this winter, getting outdoors, even during this frigid weather we’ve been experiencing in the Northeast, is one of the best ways to do it. I’ve put together a little guide on how to survive the elements and make the most of this winter season.   Timing When heading […]

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