We are BACK!!! Re-opening the Shop

IMG_2885We decided that we are reopening the shop and that most of our designs will be posted and can be bought from our Teespring Shop. Check us out at : The S n P Life Store on Teespring.

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Coffee is Good for You! — John’s Notes

Coffee – As I sit at my desk drinking my second cup of coffee of the day, I remember seeing the article “Is Coffee Good For You? This New Report Says It Is, So Drink Up” a few weeks ago and wanted to share it. What this article refers to is the study “Association of […]

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Coffee and Caffeine – Of Course There Is An Algorithm​ For Optimum Consumption — John’s Notes

Coffee – Many of us brew coffee first thing in the morning and begin our daily consuption. The U.S. Army researched the consuption of coffee and found that there is an algorithm we can follow to achieve optimum alertness. The results of the study indicates that people’s performance on an attention task can be improved by […]

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Cycling 101 – part 2 — Tommy’s Outdoors

Welcome to part 2 of this blog series dedicated to getting started with cycling. Other equipment Once you have your ideal bicycle there are a few things you need to buy to fully enjoy it. I would argue, that first and foremost you need to buy a helmet. In some parts of the world bicycle […]

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Cycling 101 – part 1 — Tommy’s Outdoors

When we first get into cycling it seems quite easy, as long as we already know how to ride a bicycle. After a while however, we discover that there is more to cycling than meets the eye. There are questions about safety, maintenance and other issues. Thankfully, experienced road men have already figured them out. […]

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Cross-training for Road Cyclists, when Reality Hits the Road. — Fit Recovery

Cross-training, for the avid enthusiast road cyclist, is important. They say too much of a good thing, that would be cycling, can be bad. Or somethin’. Something about weight training, or weight bearing exercise comes to mind. Heck, I think I wrote something about that way back when. I was running back then, not because […]

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Fit Recovery’s Cycling Dictionary; the Definition of Weight Training — Fit Recovery

Weight training ˈwāt ˌtrāniNG/ noun The cycling enthusiast should refrain from any upper body weight training so as to facilitate muscle growth where it’s important, the legs. Weight training is still important, and should be completed thusly: You train on a heavier bike Race bike – 15-1/2 pounds: Training bike – 19-1/2 pounds (with heavier […]

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Apidura – #WhatsInYourPack? — Ryan J. Walker

For Apidura, bike luggage manufacturers, I noticed there was a growing trend among the community to show what you were carrying. I managed to assist in forming a relationship with a Californian rider, who would in tern produce a video that would basically go viral for us. After a few minor tweaks, the video would […]

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