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Must-Haves For Your Phenomenal Backpacking Trip

Amanda Jerelyn -

Hitting the trails with necessities in your backpack is the most desired outdoor adventure to many explorers. To enlist what you will need to bring on a backpacking trip, you should ask yourself

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10 Reasons Why Young People Should Spend Time Outdoors

Jeff Blaylock -

The rapid advancement of technology has made most aspects of our lives easier. You don’t need to go out to shop or pay your bills. You can shop online and pay your bills using your mobile phone. You can work inside your house with your pajamas and slippers on.

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10 Hiking Mistakes Frequently Made by Beginners

Ellie Coverdale -

It’s natural that hiking mistakes are made at one point or another in anyone’s life, whether they’re new to hiking or have been hitting the trails for years. What’s important to remember though, is that while some hiking mistakes are good learning experiences and quite minor, others can have serious, even fatal consequences. Here are the top 10 hiking mistakes commonly made that you should never make yourself.

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How To Get a Head Start on Your 2019 Fitness Goals

Alec Helseth -

Happy Monday Proozy Readers!

This is the first official monthly newsletter to help everyone with some tips on how to improve your health. Every day consists of a pattern of habits. What time you get up, who needs food, what time to leave the house, etc.

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Learning From Failure: A Team Sports Essay

Brady Soderstrom -

Things don’t always go your way in baseball, in fact you can make it to the hall of fame if you succeed only 4 out of 10 times. It is a failure sport, and if you can’t deal with failure then you won’t succeed. When things aren’t going your way, when hits are hard to come by and the umpire’s seems to be squeezing you a bit, you find out what you’re made of. 

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476 Calories Burned - BEFORE COFFEE

Alex Case -

"...then, a calendar invite appears. The boss has invited several us around the office for a 6AM run. Initially, I recoiled in horror and disbelief. Surely, he knows the weather reports… He can’t be serious… This was outside of my comfort zone…literally..."

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5 Tips for Great Trail Hiking

Megan Maxwell -

I first got into backpacking during college on the Appalachian Trail. Upon graduation, I set out to hike the Appalachian Trail in its entirety from Georgia to Maine. Six months and 2,000 miles later, I completed my goal.

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