Training for your outdoor adventure of choice is the best way to avoid injury, improve performance, and look damn good once you get there. 

Thatcher, Laurie and Tony
Warm, sunny days might seem years away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about summer races. Triathlon? Road race? Trail run? A late spring or summer race is great motivation for cold-weather training, and you don’t need to be a seasoned athlete to get started. Read more >>
Barba, Katie
Last issue, Outside Bozeman visited three local workout facilities that were easily accessible, conveniently located, and offered a free trial period. We wanted to expand the playing field this issue, so I chose two more that seemed a bit more demanding. Read more >>
Herzog, Tim
Martial arts training develops key areas of athletic fitness: strength, speed, agility, flexibility, and stamina. This is especially true of modern Taekwondo, with its noted emphasis on kicking. But did you know that martial arts training is also a good way to become a better skier? Read more >>
Margaret Burns Vap
Stretching for optimal ski fitness.
Mcdonald, Cheryl
After a long break from shoulder-intensive sports, many southwest Montana outdoor sports enthusiasts will soon transition into kayaking, golfing, climbing, Frisbee golf, and other sports involving overhead or raised-arm motions. Read more >>
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