The Simple 7 Buckets That Build My Buffer: Suppleness-Stability, Speed (Gait), Skills -Balance, Strength, Stamina, Specificity, Spirit
The Simple 7 Buckets That Build My Buffer: Suppleness-Stability, Speed (Gait), Skills, Strength, Stamina, Specificity, Spirit
“It’s never too late to change .... So change now ... and reap the gains!”
The Simple 7 Buckets That Build My Buffer:
Suppleness-Stability, Speed, Skills, Strength, Stamina, Specificity, Spirit
“We are only as free as the environments we can move in, with confidence and competence.”
The Simple 7 Buckets: Suppleness-Stability, Speed, Skills, Strength, Stamina, Specificity, Spirit
Lone Peak High School basketball players exhibited both talent and tenacity against adversity during the 2019-2020 basketball season.
Freshman Lady Big Horns’ Maddie Cone and senior Big Horns’ Frankie Starz both achieved District 11C Second Team All Conference selection.
The virius has forced us to pause, and take stock of our priorities. What an ideal time to give ourselves a check-up. Have I been doing ‘what it takes’ to prep and pre-hab for my 50+ mountain lifestyle ride? Let’s see!
1. Stability and suppleness
• Does my posture allow for efficient and deep diaphragmatic breathing?
Welcome to Mountain Grit, the first in a series of articles designed to tweak your mindset towards preparing your aging vehicle to live, labor, work, care-give, play and compete for decades to come; to invest in and earn your health-span now, in order to nudge it up as close as possible to your lifespan.
On Monday, March 16 the Montana High School Association (MHSA) suspended spring sports indefinitely in response to growing concern and action by State and Federal government regarding the coronavirus. “This includes practices, contests, meets and festivals.
Congratulations to Melissa “Mel” Emery for making the 2020 USA Masters Field Hockey World Cup team! She will be playing in Cape Town South Africa this September.
One of Big Sky’s most exciting snow focused events comes in the midst of a snow crisis. Lack of new snow coupled with unseasonably warm temperatures presents unique issues for Big Sky Skijoring Association’s 3rd Annual Best in the West Showdown.