Six years ago, there wasn’t much opportunity for young, local surfers to show off their skills. So longtime Pismo Beach resident and surfer Walt Cerny set out to make a change, starting the Still Frothy Surf Festival, which has evolved into a nonprofit to give scholarships to young surfers.
The trail: Versatility is perhaps the best characteristic about the different trails surrounding Bishop Peak, the tallest of the Nine Sisters. There are four different places to begin your hike. Two of them are well-marked trailheads. We recommend the official entrance on Patricia Drive near Anacapa Circle or the entrance at the end of Highland Drive.
A dozen plastic hula hoops of different colors and sizes had been spread out on the grass beneath a cedar on Sacramento's 21st Avenue parkway. A DJ stood behind a fortress of booming speakers, bobbing his head to electronic dance music. Resolute Hoop Troupe was ready to bring hooping to the masses.
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, Mont. - The cashier in the gift shop at Logan Pass - Glacier's famous perch on the Continental Divide - looked at my Idaho driver's license and said, "You didn't have to go too far to get here." Oh, but we did.
Selena Gomez has been in the press since she was a tween on the Disney Channel. As she blossomed from a kid into an adult and her figure changed accordingly, Gomez had to deal with body shaming from press, internet trolls, and social media commenters alike.
To avoid time sitting at intersections, inhaling exhaust and praying for patience over frustrated drivers, you'll need a good bike rack to transport your ride to a good forest preserve or some country roads. Yakima's SwingDaddy hitch-mounted rack is the top-of-the-line when it comes to ease of use, with no tools necessary for installation. You only need a 2-inch hitch receiver on your car and you can attach the rack and have it ready in minutes.
You can do this outside (if you don't mind people staring) or inside the privacy of your home. It seems like a simple exercise, but it's far from easy. It's crawling. But unlike babies, you work hard to keep your body on the floor. You never lift your butt in the air to make the crawl easier.
Gaining muscle and strength is actually quite easy when you start training. "Your muscles go through a learning process, so almost anything you do triggers growth," said Mike Boyle, A.T.C., of Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning in Woburn, Mass. "But eventually your muscles adapt, and you have to train smarter to see results."