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March 11, 2022
57Hours Surveys Network of Mountain Guides to Highlight the Effects of Climate Change
New York, NY (March 11, 2022) /OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ - 57Hours recently surveyed its network of mountain guides to compile testimonials of climate change in the mountains. The goal of the survey was to gain an understanding of the ways in which guides—who spend their lives and careers in the mountains—have...
March 9, 2022
Organs have their own pace of aging, a Chinese study finds
People are aging constantly, but individual organs have their own pace. The study published on Wednesday in the journal Cell Reports reported multiple "clocks" within the human body. An international team led by Chinese scientists measured the varying biological ages of his or her organ systems. News
February 23, 2022
Exercise Can Build Up Your Brain. Air Pollution May Negate Those Benefits
Work out in polluted air and you may miss out on some of the brain benefits of exercise, according to two, large-scale new studies of exercise, air quality and brain health. The studies, which involved tens of thousands of British men and women, found that, most of the time, people...
February 2, 2022
Treewell and Snow Immersion Safety: Backcountry Access releases informative tree well rescue video.
Boulder, Colo./OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ - Backcountry Access (BCA) announces a new educational video, “Treewell and Snow Immersion Safety,” that illustrates what you can do if trapped in a tree well in deep snow when skiing or snowboarding. This new video features how to manage tree wells, an often-overlooked danger both in...
January 27, 2022
Emerald Releases First B2B Events Research Report
Emerald Holding released its first annual research report reflecting the changing expectations influencing and shaping the future of the business-to-business (B2B) events industry. Developed by the company’s content strategy and marketing agency Content4Demand, G3 Communications, “B2B Event Industry Outlook Report 2022, Charting Success Amid Evolving Expectations” surveyed more than 1,000...
January 24, 2022
Snowsports Industries America (SIA) Unveils New ClimateUnited Lab, A Free Online Tool for SIA Members to Build and Execute Climate Action Plans
PARK CITY, UT (January 24, 2022) /OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ - Today, as part of their ongoing climate initiative, Snowsports Industries America (SIA) launches the ClimateUnited Lab, an online resource that provides the framework, tools, resources and guidance for every company – large or small – to build their climate strategy. The...
January 12, 2022
How Exercise May Tame Our Anxiety
To higher deal with all of the dispiriting information this winter about rising Covid-19 circumstances and a lot else, you would possibly need to get out and play within the snow, based on a brand new report. The large-scale study of almost 200,000 cross-country skiers discovered that being bodily lively...
January 12, 2022
Snowmachine: New BCA video documents avalanche safety within the Alaskan snowmobile community
Boulder, Colo./OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ - Backcountry Access (BCA) announces the release of a new video dubbed "Snowmachine," filmed in winter 2021 in Alaska's Northern Chugach Range. The seven-minute short film documents the steps BCA and its ambassadors are taking to further avalanche awareness within the Alaskan snowmobile community. "Snowmachine" is now live...
January 1, 2022
Geartrade achieves Carbon Neutral Certification amidst steady 2021 growth of ‘UnNew’ marketplace
Salt Lake City, Utah (Wednesday, January 1) — In November 2021, Geartrade (Geartrade.com), the family-owned marketplace of ‘UnNew’ gear for outdoor adventurists, announced the successful completion of a year-long effort to become Climate Neutral Certified. One month later, Geartrade concluded a robust 2021 holiday season for used gear buyers and...
December 29, 2021
Wearable Technology Named Top Fitness Trend For 2022
ACSM released the survey results in the article “Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2022,” published in the January/February issue of ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal. In its 16th year the survey assessed 43 potential trends. Of note, home exercise gyms debuted at No. 2, and outdoor exercise moved to No....
December 16, 2021
SIA NextGen Study Offers Detailed Insights Into Growing Participation, Diversity in Snowsports
Park City, Utah (December 16, 2021) /OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ - The NextGen Study of Winter Participants, a report released today by Snowsports Industries America (SIA), offers a detailed look at the perceptions of young and diverse non-participants in winter outdoor sports — people who represent an untapped potential to grow participation....
December 8, 2021
Scientists want to pay people to exercise while stoned for an upcoming study
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder are currently recruiting men and women who regularly exercise while high on cannabis to study the potential benefits of the practice. People who apply must live in the Boulder, Colorado area and be familiar with mixing cannabis and running workouts. Men who apply...
December 8, 2021
The Science of Exercising in Extreme Cold
At last month’s World Cup cross-country-skiing event in the northern Finnish resort town of Ruka, some of the top competitors, including Finnish Olympic champion Iivo Niskanen, chose to withdraw at the last minute. Outside Online
November 24, 2021
How Exercise Affects Your Appetite
A new study which involved overweight, sedentary men and women and several types of moderate exercise, found that people who worked out did not overeat afterward at an enticing buffet lunch. However, they also did not skip dessert or skimp on portions. The findings offer a reminder during the holidays that while...
November 21, 2021
Are Workout ‘Highs’ Real? Study Finds Cannabis-Like Substances Released After Exercise
New research finds that exercising can increase production of our body’s own cannabis-like substances, which reduce inflammation and could potentially help prevent conditions like arthritis, heart disease, and even cancer. The study, published in the journal Gut Microbes, found that people with arthritis not only experienced reduced pain, but also lowered levels...
November 17, 2021
72 Million Americans Plan To Go RVing In The Next Year
The popularity of RVing is showing no sign of slowing down with a new survey revealing that 72 million Americans plan on taking an RV trip in the next year in an RV they rent, own, or borrow. This is up from 61 million in a survey conducted one year...
October 26, 2021
Snowsports Industries America Releases Participation Study for 2020-2021 Season
Park City, Utah (October 26, 2021) /OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ - Snowsports Industries America (SIA) announces the release of their study on participation in winter sports across the 2020-2021 season, providing an in-depth look at skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, and touring. This study highlights a general cumulative view of winter...
September 29, 2021
Why Exercise Is More Important Than Weight Loss for a Longer Life
For better health and a longer life span, exercise is more important than weight loss, especially if you are overweight or obese, according to an interesting new review of the relationships between fitness, weight, heart health and longevity. The study, which analyzed the results of hundreds of previous studies of weight loss...
September 15, 2021
Skiers might be at lower risk for anxiety, study finds
Skiers had a nearly 60% lower risk of getting diagnosed with anxiety disorders compared to non-skiers, according to a study published Friday in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry. CNN
September 9, 2021
Outdoor brands’ apparel sizes don’t match customer demand, study shows
Outdoor e-commerce brand Cairn analyzed 70,000 data points to prove gear companies are skewing apparel sizes lower than what consumers want and need. Outside
September 4, 2021
Why Fitter People Drink More Alcohol
Why Fitter People Drink More Alcohol. Regular exercisers drink more, a new study confirms, but they are less likely to be problem drinkers than less fit people. The association between exercise and drinking is perhaps due to a psychological phenomenon called “the licensing effect” - when you feel like rewarding...
August 27, 2021
Toxic Algal Blooms Are Growing Out of Control
If it seems like you’ve been hearing about lakes and beaches closing down more often, you’re right. Various types of toxic algae are multiplying like crazy in bodies of water across the country, and stopping them won’t be easy. Outside
August 11, 2021
Exercise Vigorously for 4 Seconds. Repeat. Your Muscles May Thank You.
High-intensity interval training has surprising benefits for fitness and physical power, but don’t stay seated the rest of the day. A mere four seconds of all-out exercise, repeated two or three dozen times, could be all many of us need to build and maintain our fitness, strength and physical power,...
July 30, 2021
Snowsports Industries America Voices Support for Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act
PARK CITY, UT (July 30, 2021)- Today, Snowsports Industries America (SIA) announced their support of the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, the most broadly supported carbon pricing bill in Congress. The bill puts a fee on carbon emissions from coal, oil and gas which, over time, will drive down...
July 28, 2021
A Self-Professed Sweater Explores the Science Behind Stink
In her new book, ‘The Joy of Sweat,’ Sarah Everts answers all of our writer’s questions about perspiration. Outside