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The Great Escape

The Great Escape

Our cold and snowy winter has us longing to feel the warmth of the sun on our arms and legs. If you're like us, the thought escaping to a warmer area has crossed your mind. Maybe you're actually planning your own short-term escape. Either way, we'd like to know. Tell us where you'd most like to go, and what you'd like to be doing there, and get a $20 store credit on our website.

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Fresh Simple and Delicious Energy Bars

Hip to be Square

You may have noticed a new bit of text on our website, the words "Fresh. Simple. Delicious" live on every page. Our founder and nutrition expert, Brian Maslach, explains why he developed Enduro Bites with these three cornerstones in mind, even when two of them were far from trendy.
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How to Get Leaner for Race Season in 15 Minutes a Day, Part 2

How to Get Leaner for Race Season in 15 Minutes a Day, Part 2

In Part 2 of her series, Jen talks about the 3 things endurance athletes can do nutritionally to maintain energy while getting leaner.

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How to Get Leaner for Race Season in 15 Minutes a Day, Part 1

How to Get Leaner for Race Season in 15 Minutes a Day, Part 1

Race season is upon us, and if you're like me you might find yourself with a few extra pounds from the holiday season that you’re trying to carry around while training and competing. What if I told you that you could drop the excess body fat in just 15 minutes a day?

Don’t believe it? Let me show you how.

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Doing it Differently

Doing it Differently

Rebecca Gross has spent the cyclocross season in Belgium - motherland of the sport - where she recently wrapped up her campaign and can now reflect back upon her adventure.
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From the Pedal Up: Hips to Ankles

From the Pedal Up: Hips to Ankles

As athletes we ask a lot of our legs. Running, jumping, pedaling-- even walking can add to the wear and tear, and it's exponential if you're dealing with an injury. This week Dee Tidwell offers more in-home exercises  to rejuvenate your legs.
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Where's Waldo?

Where's Waldo?

I am starting to feel like Waldo. If I didn't know better, I'd think there were search parties out looking for me at this moment. You see, for the past five weeks I haven't left the house much while recovering from respiratory issues which eventually lead to pneumonia. Aside from making me stir crazy, I haven't seen many people or had anything post-worthy for social media. That's resulted in my fielding a fair number of "where have you been" messages lately.
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Winter Survival Tips from a Trail Running Pro

Winter Survival Tips from a Trail Running Pro

Running through winter is possible if you follow trail running pro Peter Maksimow's  5 easy steps - appropriate beer pairing included. Resorting to a treadmill is not allowed, however. Whether it's subzero temperatures, snow, or ice, Peter's tips will help keep you running strong throughout the dark season.
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