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Linear Periodization Program Linear Periodization Program

Throughout past decades, there have been many strength-building programs. Every gym-goer wants hypertrophy, of course, but it seems like there’s a little too much information about it. If you want to lift heavier in the gym, build muscle and boost your energy, you’ll need to have a plan. Getting a …

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Best Places to See Stars

A version of this story appeared in the fall 2019 issue of Uncommon Path.  Look to the night skies outside your house or apartment and maybe you’ll see the faint outlines of the Big Dipper beyond the street lights, or the glimmering North Star past a row of headlights on the …

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Camp Recipe: Apple Cider Pancakes

Capture the essence of fall with these warm and fluffy apple cider pancakes. With a zip of spiced apple cider and shredded pieces of apple, these pancakes are a fun seasonal twist on a classic breakfast. The flavor of spiced apple cider is undeniably “fall”. One sip and you’re instantly …

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The Best Protein Powder for Muscle Gain

Of the nutrition world’s many essential ingredients, none come close to the awesome muscle-building potential of protein. It’s often considered the apex of three vital macronutrients—carbohydrates and fats being the other two. Protein is found everywhere, it seems. Paradoxically, though, it’s one of the most difficult ingredients to consume properly for …

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Campworthy: Vegetarian Pozole | REI Co-op Journal

Recipe: Vegetarian PozoleSubmitted by: JennaHometown: Virginia, MN Vegetarian Pozole Ingredients Pozole 2 tablespoons high heat oil 1 red bell pepper, medium dice 1 large yellow onion, medium dice 2 large carrot, cut into half-moons 1 medium zucchini or yellow squash, cut into half-moons 4 garlic cloves, minced 2 tablespoons tomato …

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Backpacking Recipe: Pasta Primavera | REI Co-op Journal

Fresh veggies and hearty pasta come together to make this backpacking-friendly version of Pasta Primavera. Finding the right balance between healthy and filling can be a challenge when planning your backpacking meals. On one hand, you want to prioritize calories. But on the other, you can only go so long …

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Egg White Protein Powder Egg White Protein Powder

When it comes to building muscle your body needs a continual supply of protein. Protein is used to repaired damaged muscle fibers after working out, but you need this protein not only following a workout but throughout the day. Additionally, protein has fewer calories per gram than either carbs or …

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Campworthy: Teriyaki Beef Stir Fry

Recipe: Teriyaki Beef Stir FrySubmitted by: BrandonHometown: Thornton, CO What do you love about this recipe? Fast recipe, uses little fuel, easy prep if you dice veggies prior to leaving for camp, includes meat that is already seasoned and cooked, no need for cooler storage if made on your first …

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Liquid Assets – The Best Drinkware for the Outdoors

A version of this story appeared in the fall 2019 issue of Uncommon Path.  Every outdoor get-together is better with a drink in hand, so here’s our favorite outdoor drinkware for car campouts, trailhead tailgates, beach parties and backyard barbecues. What did it take to make our list? Beautiful design, bombproof …

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Your Best Outdoorsy Dad Jokes

Dad jokes have become so commonplace that the term has even earned an entry in the dictionary: “a wholesome joke of the type said to be told by fathers with a punchline that is often an obvious or predictable pun or play on words and usually judged to be endearingly …

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Camp Recipe: Shrimp Boil Foil Packet

Who doesn’t love a good shrimp boil? Now this classic is available in an individualized foil packet. Whether you’re cooking over a campfire or a backyard grill, foil packets can be a real time saver. Just assemble all of your ingredients, seal them inside a foil packet, and put them …

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Top 5 Must-Haves For Newborns

  The Top Five Must-Haves For A New Baby When you have a new baby in the home, you will realize that babies actually need a lot of stuff. Not just a lot, but a whole lot. While the usual things to have around the home consist of diapers, lots …

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