Book Review: The Vegiterranean Diet | Julieanna Hever MS, RD, CPT


The preeminent dietitian on the planet strikes again!

The Vegiterranean Diet represents the new and improved eating plan to enhance vitality, radiance, and manifest optimal health from the inside out. The Mediterranean region touts long-term health and disease prevention … Continue reading

Book Review: A Beginner’s Guide to Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies by Andrew Nugara

Well, snowshoers asked and Andrew Nugara has delivered. The not-so-long-awaited Beginners Guide to Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies, which has come hot on the heels of Nugara’s more advanced guide Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies, is now available through Rocky … Continue reading

Book Review: Outdoor Safety and Survival

If you thought you were well prepared for backcountry travel, even after years of getting out there, well think again! After a quick glance through Mike Nash’s Outdoor Safety and Survival book I was compelled to read it right through. … Continue reading

Book Review – Snowshoe Routes: Colorado’s Front Range, Second Edition

Sure, enjoying the splendors of the great outdoors is therapeutic for the body and soul. But if you are ill equipped or unprepared, doing so can be less than relaxing, if not downright terrifying. The first step to ensure preparedness … Continue reading

Book Review: Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies

Finally! Nugara brings us a much-needed snowshoeing guidebook for the Canadian Rockies and literally takes snowshoeing to new heights. The book covers areas from Waterton Lakes National Park to Banff National Park and shows easy to difficult snowshoeing routes with … Continue reading

Book Review: Thrive Foods

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
~Benjamin Franklin

Proactive health insurance begins with the food you consume each day.

Caloric needs vary per person based on a number of variables but snowshoers and other endurance … Continue reading

DVD Review: “To Your Health”

~Julieanna Hever, MS, RD, CPT
& Jesse Pomeroy

To truly live a vibrant and authentic life one must honor the sanctity of optimum wellness.

The value you place on your health is in part a reflection of your food … Continue reading

Book Review: Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition
~Julieanna Hever MS, RD, CPT

Snowshoers require nutritional precision.

The arduous nature of our “Silent Sport” mandates awareness and discipline when it comes to nutrition, training, recovery and rest, hence, the innate … Continue reading

Inspiring Good Read: A Life on the Edge

Jim Whittaker has been atop the mountaineering community since becoming the first American to summit the world’s highest peak. In 1963, Jim became the 10th man to reach the 29,028-foot summit of Mount Everest in the Himalayas. He returned a … Continue reading

The History of Snowshoe Racing Around the World – Elmore’s Book!

"The history of the phone numbers" is a line in Mulholland Drive, as a David Lynch movie-character describes another's personal black book. From this preview of the book-to-come on global snowshoe racing conceived and constructed by the sports' best fan in the Milky Way, USSSA Sports Director Mark Elmore, the reader traces the history of the world . . . in snowshoe racing.

WARNING! Don’t Go Without The Ultimate Guide to Trail Running

Having The Ultimate Guide to Trail Running is like owning a skyscraper with the floors packed full of all things trail as professionals such as authors, Nancy Hobbs and Adam W. Chase, remain ready at your beck and call on every page. No elevators in this tower of knowledge . . .

Winter-spiration Book List

Looking for some inspiration to embrace the cold and snow of winter? Snowshoers usually have no trouble wanting to get outside and play in the snow, but what about those days where the thought of that initial blast of cold makes it tough to get out the door? The first few shocking minutes can sometimes be a significant barrier to our enjoyment.