Kiteboarding and Cable Riding in Southeast Asia

Kiteboarding and Cable Riding in Southeast Asia

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Two ladies, one insane trip, and hundreds of pounds of gear. Dominique Granger and Colleen Carroll traveled to Thailand, the Philipines, Boracay, and Seco Island to check out the kiteboarding and cable riding in the region. Women’s Adventure caught up with Dominique for a Q&A about the trip.wakeboarding 1

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Spring Gear is Here: Hydration, Copper-Infused Compression Wear, Action Wipes

Spring Gear is Here: Hydration, Copper-Infused Compression Wear, Action Wipes

We know you work hard for your money. And you don’t want to waste it on new spring gear unless it’s worth it. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few items that our Adventure Moms tested out and liked:

Two Chambers, Many Options: The LIF Flasq from Life is FluidIMG_2944-634x850

A next gen water bottle, the LIF Flasq may look funny, but the way it works is smart.

With nearly 20 ounces of capacity, the…

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The What and Where of Boating this Summer

The What and Where of Boating this Summer

shutterstock_186800771A report released by the U.S. Coast Guard in May of 2013 said there were 12,101,936 “recreational vessels registered” in the United States in 2012. Additionally, the National Marine Manufacturers Association said that close to 38 percent of all American adults (approximately 88 million) participated in boating recreation the same year. So, you could say that people really like boats.

With summer…

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The Algarve: Driving Southern Portugal

With its sandy beaches, mystical castle towns, and seafaring culture, the Algarve is one of the most historically rich regions of the Iberian Peninsula.

The Algarve: Driving Southern Portugal

With its sandy beaches, mystical castle towns, and seafaring culture, the Algarve is one of the most historically rich regions of the Iberian Peninsula.


‘Kiss Me Dirty’ Races

Some races are about athleticism, challenging yourself, or your personal best time on a course. And some races are just pure fun.


Catching the Travel Bug. No, Not That One.

Catching the Travel Bug. No, Not That One.

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I clutched my stomach in agony and thought, I’m going to die.

I was in Manali, India, in a cheap motel, lying on the floor of the bathroom.The projectile vomiting, cramps, headache, and diarrhea were horrible, but that wasn’t the worst of it. When I looked in the toilet, I couldn’t believe my eyes. I was excreting giant, fat worms. WORMS. There were worms in me that were coming out of me. It was…

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Channeling My Inner Cowgirl

Channeling My Inner Cowgirl

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During an unusually chilly trip to a working ranch in Texas, Women’s Adventure magazine travel editor Robin Enright confronted her slight fear of horseback riding. While we’ll let you read the whole story on Robin’s own blog, here are a few of the most riveting and wisest tidbits from her inspiring post.

“…the one and only other time I had been on a horse when I was in middle school and the horse…

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Equal Pay: What a Woman is Worth

Equal Pay: What a Woman is Worth

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The buzz this week is all about equal pay for women, as President Obama took executive actions to help federal contractors close the gender wage gap and Congress is considering the Paycheck Fairness Act. The idea is to collect data about compensation, gender, and race, and to prohibit employers from retaliating against workers who discuss or disclose their wages. “Pay secrecy fosters…

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Where To Go On A Two-Wheeled Road Trip

Where To Go On A Two-Wheeled Road Trip

By Daniel Peppes Gauer

By Daniel Peppes Gauer

Hopping on a bike (whether human-powered or motored) and zooming off to an urban setting or remote wilderness is an exhilarating and freeing experience. Whether you’re a curious wanderer or thrill-seeking free spirit, satiate your wanderlust by taking on a two-wheeled road trip to any of the following destinations:

Yogi’s Awakening ― Big Sur California, Esalen Institute

Soa…

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Strength Exercises to Prevent Running Injuries

Strength Exercises to Prevent Running Injuries

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It happens to me every year, without fail.I get too excited. When winter starts to melt away, I start running again, too hard, too fast, without enough stretching and without any strength training. And by August, something hurts—usually my heel, my Achilles, or a calf muscle. So I start the Ibuprofen, ice, and dreaded time off from running, and keep hobbling through the season. This year, I want…

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