Category Archives: Life In Motion
The Sumbanese cherish the culture of the horse. Used throughout society in racing, fighting, marriage and death. It was a pleasure seeing the interactions of horse and rider over the past week.
Sayulita, Mexico. Running, and walking, in the soft sand can greatly improve your ankle and hip stability. Begin with short efforts though! The increase in the activation of the stabilizing muscles can be quite high, and quickly result in an … Continue reading
Instructors of Yoga and Pilates have a much greater risk of injury than their students. Instructors have learned to be aware of the limitations and difficulties of their students, but many may not recognize their own risk of injury. The … Continue reading
As Kuwait has no real elevations, we decided to try indoor trekking! We happened upon a great set of stairs inside the Hotel Missoni this morning. Stepping into the stairwell, Which begins on the third floor, we looked upward into … Continue reading
A morning of climbing along the walls of the wadi. Nice limestone with grip and holds. Everyone enjoyed success with some top roping, and a bit of lead climbing too. Beautiful morning in the Masandam Peninsula. Very happy to have … Continue reading
Trekking up out of the canyons of the Masandam Peninsula of Oman is a vertical endeavor! The trails lead straight up the sides of the canyons with little room for a mis-step. Luckily there are little widened areas to allow … Continue reading