There are reasons why mountaineers gravitate toward Bolivia.
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Adventurers of the Year 2010. Edurne Pasaban, first woman to climb all 14 8,000-meter peakswe think.
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Running barefoot or with barefoot-style shoes means changing your gait to avoid injury.
Mountaineering in New Zealand's South Island.
The 4-Hour Body, spending time outside, ergonomic kettlebells, carrots and alpha-carotene.
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