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Apparel for high alpine touring: merino underwear, softshell jacket, etc – Tutorial (2/18) | LAB ICE

Apparel for high alpine touring: merino underwear, softshell jacket, etc – Tutorial (2/18) | LAB ICE

When it comes to clothing, you should pay the most attention to high-level functionality. Don’t forget, on high alpine tours you climb out of the valley, where it is often very warm, and head up into glaciated terrain. This means you need to be prepared for a wide range of temperatures. And you should always …

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Chelsea Handler on Playing a Lesbian Couple with Her Real-Life Best Friend

[APPLAUSE] Wow. Mama spent some money today on an outfit that makes her look very smart and slimming. It feels very businesslike, doesn’t it? It does. Feels like spring has sprung, and I’m about to go into business. [LAUGHTER] I’ll buy into that business. Thank you. You had a birthday a couple of weeks ago. …

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How To Start Running | 8 Week Training Plan To Run Your First 5km

(light electronic music) – It might sound like a stupid question, but if you’re new to any sport, kind of difficult to know where to start and just because most of us have the ability to run, becoming a runner is a very different matter. So, whether you’re coming from a competitive level in another …

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XC Skiing Explained: Standing Up After Falling Down When Cross-Country Skiing

XC Skiing Explained: Standing Up After Falling Down When Cross-Country Skiing

Hey, folks. It’s Jared Manninen in from the website TahoeTrailGuide.com. Today, I wanted to talk a little bit about getting up after you’ve fallen down while you’re cross-country skiing. That seems to be a pretty common theme for beginners at the cross-country ski area that I work at. I see a lot of people … …

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Exercise Complex Series: Squat Lunge Row Curl (Video 1 of 4)

Exercise Complex Series: Squat Lunge Row Curl (Video 1 of 4)

Liz here from LizDialto.com as always teaching you how to get a tighter body on a tight schedule. Today’s workout is the first in a four-part series where I’m going to show you how to do complex exercises. Now, I know you might be thinking, “but Liz you’re the queen of promoting simplicity, why do …