Our Most Watched Videos of 2019
From camping with a $140 Walmart kit to building an adventure van on a budget, these were the Outside-produced videos that served you best
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Watching videos is good for you. They offer an escape and deliver a peek into another culture, city, or experience. Here are the videos that Outside readers loved most in 2019.
Staff Picks: Quechua 2 Seconds Tent
Decathlon’s Quechua 2 Seconds pop-up tent is only $60 and was our assistant audience development editor Madeleine LaPlante-Dube’s favorite piece of gear in 2019. The tent has a simple pop-up assembly that doesn’t require setting up any poles, rain flys, or guylines.
How to Build an Adventure Van on a Budget
Shocker: readers can’t get enough of our videos about van life. Here, Bryan Rogala talks DIY van builds with Outside content marketing manager Brian Smith. Smith built out a 2015 Ram ProMaster himself for around $4,000.
Get the Most Out of Your Foam Roller with These 8 Moves
Foam rolling relieves tight muscles and works the connective tissue between muscles, organs, and bones. In this edition of Moves, fitness editor Abbie Barronian shows us eight of the best ways to use this inexpensive piece of equipment.
The Ultimate Minimalist Strength Workout
Building general strength and mobility is crucial for longevity in an active lifestyle. In this episode of Moves, fitness instructor Doug Lawder, of Railyard Fitness in Santa Fe, walks us through five exercises that will give you the strength to keep adventuring for life.
Cooking in the Desert with Brianna Madia
In this episode of Eat Like, Brianna and Keith Madia cook a mean skillet meal from their home sweet home—a van named Bertha.
How to Cook the Best Steak in the World
It’s easy to make a good steak if you have the right tools and knowledge. Wes Siler walks us through his secret method and demonstrates the differences between a Big Green Egg and a Traeger.
I Tested a $140 Camping Kit from Walmart
Outside editor Emily Reed went to Walmart and bought a tent, sleep system, and cooking kit to spend a night under the stars. Here’s how it all performed.