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EAGLE-VAIL — For the first time, Revolution Power Yoga is offering its 40 Days to Personal Revolution program for free. The program aims to deepen your yoga practice, create a positive shift in your life and help you better understand yourself and create a different way of living.This week-by-week program will help participants strip away stress, worry and old habits
Published: November 9, 2015
John McKay and Everett Smith are running from Virginia Beach to the Santa Monica Pier and haven’t had a day off since Des Moines, Iowa, so what did they do when they hit Fairplay?They went trail running.You gotta support people like that.McKay, 46, is a former Eagle County school teacher who’s making his second cross-country trip to lend his hands
Published: August 31, 2015
WASHINGTON — Improvise isn’t a word parents want to hear from their kid’s doctor. Yet pediatric specialists too often have to jury-rig care because many of the medical devices needed to treat sick children were built for adults. Part of the problem is size. Doctors fixed Alice de Pooter’s faltering heartbeat by wedging an adult pacemaker into a baby’s body.
Published: November 9, 2015
WASHINGTON — The hottest tool in biology has scientists using words like “revolutionary” as they describe the long-term potential: wiping out certain mosquitoes that carry malaria, treating genetic diseases such as sickle cell, preventing babies from inheriting a life-threatening disorder.It may sound like sci-fi, but research into genome editing is booming — so is a debate about its boundaries, what’s
Published: November 9, 2015
A new type of heart stent that works like dissolving stitches, slowly going away after it has done its job, last week passed its first major test in a large study, doctors said. Abbott Vascular’s dissolving Absorb stent performed as well as a conventional stent in the one-year study, but the fact it did not prove superior led some experts
Published: November 9, 2015
WASHINGTON — Take a walk: That’s the U.S. surgeon general’s prescription for sedentary Americans — but communities will have to step up, too, and make neighborhoods easier and safer for foot traffic.Only half of adults and just more than a quarter of high school students get the amount of physical activity recommended for good health, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said
Published: November 9, 2015
Winter fashion is all about staying warm, but looking good can still be a priority in the powder. Step up your mountain style this season, on the mountain and off. For women• Arc’teryx Lillooet Jacket ($825)Pretty in green, this jacket in the colors of Lime Fizz, Flamenco and Poseidon is as vibrant in color as it is technically savvy. It
Published: October 23, 2015
WAHSINGTON — One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people’s weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer’s disease, but when.Obesity in midlife has long been suspected of increasing the risk of Alzheimer’s. Researchers at the National Institutes of Health took a closer look and recently reported that being overweight
Published: November 9, 2015
Q: I tore my meniscus and had to have it removed due to severe knee pain some years ago. Can a meniscus substitute be implanted into my knee?A: The meniscus is a tough, rubbery, half-moon shaped cartilage in the knee. There are two meniscus cartilages, with one sandwiched between the femur and the tibia on the inside of the knee
Published: November 9, 2015
VAIL — Winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing are high-intensity activities that demand a certain level of advance preparation to avoid injury and minimize muscle soreness and fatigue. Starting on Monday, Aria Athletic Club will launch its 28th annual Ski & Snowboard Conditioning program. The program is a six-week progressive fitness series that incorporates plyometrics, agility, leg and
Published: October 5, 2015
Chances are, you either know someone autistic or know a parent with an autistic child. Autism, also referred to as autism spectrum disorder, is the fastest growing developmental disorder in the U.S., affecting one in every 68 children, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. April is National Autism Awareness Month and many in the local community are
Published: November 9, 2015
VAIL — The Barber Shop in the Four Seasons Vail will hold its grand opening on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event, Cut & A Cold One, will feature men’s haircuts or hot shaves for $20, with all proceeds benefiting Shaw Regional Cancer Center, plus complimentary hors d’oeuvres, beverages courtesy of 10th Mountain Whiskey & Spirit Co.
Published: October 26, 2015
EDWARDS — Did you know that you can permanently lose your hearing from exposure to loud noise?Thirty-six million Americans have hearing loss. One-in-three developed their hearing loss as a result of exposure to noise. This May, Better Hearing Month, local audiologist Dr. Daria Stakiw and audiologists across the nation encourage Americans to protect their hearing by:• Wearing hearing protection when
Published: November 9, 2015
Adults may struggle when it comes to limiting children’s sugar intake (or even their own), particularly around upcoming holidays, beginning with Halloween, moving into Thanksgiving and peaking with the winter holidays. In 2012, the Mayo Clinic reported that kids consume 16 percent of their total calories from sugar. While that may not seem like much, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Published: October 26, 2015
At times, chronic pain can seem like an unsolved mystery, with few clues leading one toward the cause, or the cure, for this pain. Even those in the medical field are unsure why some people experience chronic pain for weeks, months or years, after an injury, while others heal in the standard amount of timeCHRONIC PAIN AND THE BRAINKeith McCarroll,
Published: March 16, 2015
March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month, but how much do you really want to be aware of your colon? Answer: Enough to keep it cancer free. Colon cancer is preventable, treatable and beatable, and men and women age 50 and older are encouraged to get a colonoscopy every 10 years to find polyps — benign, or noncancerous, clumps of
Published: March 23, 2015
EAGLE COUNTY — Conscious Transformation groups gather each month and are designed to help people connect with like-minded individuals focused on personal and professional fulfillment. The meetings are free and consist of a Conscious Transformation teaching, a tool or meditation and an opportunity to create a simple, practical plan for daily life. This supportive environment is a space for people
Published: November 9, 2015
There comes a point in every winter season when injuries become as ubiquitous to mountain athletes as checking the Blue Sky snow stake. Be it chronic or catastrophic, injury seems to be a widely accepted part of any season, although many local human-performance specialists argue that a larger part of the equation of injury prevention is identifying areas of compromised
Published: October 12, 2015
EDWARDS — This season, Dogma Athletica is offering a unique ski-conditioning program for mature skiers. Many ski-conditioning programs are based on bounding and jumping drills that are not always appropriate for older skiers with joint sensitivities. This seven-week program is geared toward people ages 50 and older, who can benefit from modifications to traditional ski-conditioning exercises.Mondays during the program will
Published: November 9, 2015
Electronic cigarettes became available in the U.S. in 2006, but perhaps the biggest sign that their usage is now ubiquitous came just a few weeks ago, when the Oxford English Dictionary declared the term “vape” as its Word of the Year for 2014, beating out other conversational contenders such as “bae,” “budtender” and “slacktivism.” Vape is defined as “to inhale
Published: January 12, 2015
in the winter, you might find Drew Mikita on the hill at Dew Tour, rubbing the shoulders of a professional snowboarder and helping the athlete visualize success.You could find Mikita in the spring explaining psychology to a group of Colorado Mountain College students. And in the summer, the Breckenridge resident is often on a trail with a client talking mental
Published: May 11, 2015
For some, taking a test to determine your risk of cancer could be a lifesaver. For others, an inconclusive result could only cause more worry and anxiety. These are just some of the things one must consider when deciding to undergo predictive genetic testing, which is used to identify gene mutations that may put someone at risk for a disease,
Published: June 1, 2015
Sam wasn’t focusing on her reading. At the time, her mother recognized how active Sam was as a child and assumed she was having attention issues. “I realized my child was struggling with something at a really young age — I felt like it was an attention issue with reading,” said Sam’s mother, whose name, along with her daughter’s, has
Published: November 9, 2015
Feet. Many people hate them because of their bad looks or smell. The truth is, the foot and ankle together serve as the vital interface between our bodies and the environment. If our feet and ankles didn’t function properly, then navigating the community would be incredibly challenging and dangerous, especially in the high country. So, sit back, kick off your
Published: November 9, 2015
Have you have been to multiple doctors and had endless tests yet nothing is conclusive? You may have brain fog, fatigue, depression, rashes, sinus, respiratory and digestive symptoms, and diseases like celiac, thyroid, arthritis, and other autoimmune conditions. You’re probably at a loss as to how to find relief. Clinical studies conclusively show that food and chemical reactions can cause
Published: June 18, 2015
It’s fall, and the winter season will soon force change in our active lives. The shoulder season is a great time to train for the different activities ahead — such as skiing and snowboarding. The demands on our bodies change as we transition to snow sports. So put the time in now and prepare your body for a safe and
Published: October 12, 2015
VAIL — As winter bears on, you may worry about getting a cold, the flu or maybe frostbite, but it’s rare that a heart attack tops the list of health risks you think about in the winter. The truth is, being outside in cold weather can affect not only your immunity and extremities, but your heart as well.“If you get
Published: February 9, 2015
in 2014, a poll conducted across the United States questioned various demographics about their commitment to health, fitness and vitality. The results showed that the baby boomer population had a much higher interest in health and wellness than millennials, gen-X’ers or traditionalists. The Vail Valley is home to many retired baby boomers. This population is drawn to the high quality
Published: June 22, 2015
In kindergarten, you probably followed along with your teacher as they did a little “head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes” every morning as a way to get your bodies warmed up and ready to learn those ABCs and 123s. For most people, this practice of daily stretching doesn’t continue past grade school, despite the fact that as we
Published: April 27, 2015
Sunday marked a milestone for Eagle-Vail resident Beth Murray and former Vail resident Peter Howe: the five-year anniversary of the day Murray donated one of her kidneys to Howe.Just more than five years ago, Murray felt called by God to do something for the greater good. She didn’t know what the “something” would look like, so she waited.“I sat still
Published: May 18, 2015
This time of year, ski conditioning programs pop up all over the valley, often prompting a whole slew of questions. Here, Vail Vitality Center director Jeff Morgan answers a few of the most common questions he receives.Q: Do I need to add ski conditioning to my workout schedule if I’m already exercising regularly?A: Avid skiers and riders know preseason sport-specific
Published: November 9, 2015
Yoga is everywhere, and I am thrilled. From festivals to cutesy Facebook memes, you can’t turn around without bumping into the sexy promise of yoga and meditation for a better you. The benefits are increasingly well researched, and yet it’s easy to think that yoga is only skin deep. I am on a mission to keep the healing intention of
Published: November 9, 2015
It’s about that time of year when many of us start to think about ski conditioning, with boot camp-style training to strengthen our muscles, joints and connective tissue for the demanding, high-impact season ahead. You spend six or more weeks working hard to get in the best shape of your life for the best season ever. And then you get
Published: November 9, 2015
Movement is important. Almost daily, we hear statistics about the impact of exercise on lowering stress and disease rates. But both emerging and ancient science support the idea that the practice of cultivating stillness so that the body can regenerate may be just as important for our physiology. Enter restorative yoga, a practice of deep relaxation, supported, gentle stretching and
Published: November 9, 2015
VAIL — Manor Vail Spa, located inside Manor Vail Lodge at the base of Vail Mountain’s Golden Peak, is now offering guests an even more elevated experience that is good for both the body and the environment. Eminence Skincare, a leader in organic skincare known for its organic products, herbal scrubs and skin treatments, has awarded Manor Vail Spa the
Published: November 9, 2015
It’s still optional to test Colorado’s medical marijuana for harmful substances, but that is set to change next year. Depending on their condition, medical marijuana consumers are more likely to have a reduced immune system, making them even more sensitive to contaminants.On Sept. 16, Colorado Senate Bill 15-260, addressing medical marijuana product testing, was signed into law. The bill will
Published: October 19, 2015
There is a conundrum for many cyclists in the Happy Valley once the snow starts to fly: Should I hang up my bike until the ski season is over? Should I set it up on a trainer and vow to ride it twice a week all winter (knowing darn well this just is not going to happen)? Should I pay
Published: October 19, 2015
This past January, national news outlets spread word of a measles outbreak that began at Disneyland in California. This breaking story was shocking to many, as measles had previously been declared eliminated in the U.S. in the year 2000. “The measles outbreak raises concerns about vaccination rates across the country and how both children and adults should best protect themselves
Published: March 30, 2015
We all get headaches, but for some it’s not as easy as popping two Advil and waiting for the pounding to stop.Four years ago, Avon resident Rich Staats, now 34, started experiencing migraines every few weeks that were so bad he thought, “I was sure I was having a stroke.”At one point he ended up in the emergency room, after
Published: April 6, 2015
If you’re old enough to remember Howard Cosell’s microphone shaking, you know what Parkinson’s disease looks like.But what if there was a way to make the tremors stop or at least control them?This week, the local Parkinson’s support group will hear from a neurologist who has been successfully treating Parkinson’s patients with deep brain stimulation.It’s sort of like a pacemaker
Published: February 24, 2015
EDWARDS — If you’re old enough to remember Howard Cosell’s microphone shaking, you know what Parkinson’s disease looks like.But what if there was a way to make the tremors stop or at least control them?People with Parkinson’s have abnormal electrical function in the bottom of their brain. Deep brain stimulation therapy helps correct those electrical functions, says Medtronics, a medical
Published: September 2, 2015
It’s everyone’s dream to have dewy-soft, wrinkle-free skin, but at 8,150 feet, the dry, full-sunshine climate in the Vail Valley can sometimes incite less-than-supple skin conditions. Living in a mountain region means that your skin needs a little extra tender, loving care, not only during the winter months, but also during the more than 300 days per year we reside
Published: September 14, 2015
Barry Simmers is a deep brain believer.The Gypsum resident has lived in the valley for 30 years and is a ski instructor.About 10 years ago, he began seeing early Parkinson’s disease symptoms — shaking in the little finger of his right hand, and it progressed from there.A good friend from Philadelphia read and heard about Deep Brain Stimulation, so they
Published: September 21, 2015
In Eagle County, working the traditional 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. grind is seen as a rarity, not the norm. Some locals may choose to work nights or irregular hours in order to spend more time outdoors during the day, but many may not realize the impact this can have on one’s health. While we tend to think of shift
Published: March 9, 2015
Everyone is talking about gluten and going gluten-free. What is all this gluten hype about? And is going gluten-free right for you? Let’s first start off by discussing what exactly gluten is on the molecular level and what it does inside the body. What is gluten?Gluten, found in wheat, barley and rye, is a large family of proteins, not a
Published: September 7, 2015
Turmeric, once thought to be as precious as gold, is an Eastern Indian spice that grows in the form of a beautiful golden root and deserves to be known in the West. I began studying the powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effects of turmeric over three years ago, both in the library and experimentally in my own body and in the
Published: October 5, 2015
Studio Anjali at The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa is hosting two unique workshops this September, a mala making workshop on Saturday, Sept. 19, and a two-part handstand workshop this Saturday and Saturday, Oct. 3. MALA MAKING WORKSHOPMalas are strings of prayer beads used to chant mantras or pray. They can be used for yoga practices or to help with
Published: November 9, 2015
AVON — Studio Anjali at The Westin Riverfront is encouraging yogis to Do it Daily this October by committing to 31 days of yoga.Do it Daily is a commitment designed to bring more energy, well-being and tranquility into your life and refine, expand and strengthen your physical and mental body. Studio Anjali offers an extensive daily schedule of yoga class
Published: November 9, 2015
AVON — Studio Anjali at The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Avon will host the AIReal Yoga Teacher Training Immersion Workshop from Dec. 3 to 8. AIReal Yoga is the first and only form of aerial yoga accredited by the Yoga Alliance.Led by AIReal Yoga founder Carmen Curtis, the 50-hour workshop is an opportunity to explore the asana with
Published: November 9, 2015
The quieter days of April and May offer a good time to focus on yourself. Rather than just sneaking in the usual 30-minute gym routine or sticking to your walk-run-or-hike standard, how about trying something new? After a busy season, there’s finally some time to take a breath and reassess your fitness goals. Two local gyms are offering offseason programs
Published: April 20, 2015
Editor’s note: This story first ran in Vail Health magazine.Healthy and active as most of us are in the Vail Valley, we rarely worry about the amount of sugar we’re consuming. Chug a Mountain Dew for a little pick-me-up? We figure we’ll burn it off after a few powder turns.If we’re bonking or feeling exhausted, we often think it’s because
Published: May 26, 2015
Love yoga and want to deepen your practice? Are you curious about the foundations of yoga and how to integrate them into your life? Are you interested in sharing your love of the practice with others?Local expert Karen Anderson will offer an eight-week training course this fall at Synergy Center for Wellness in Avon. Anderson has been an avid student
Published: November 9, 2015
Holistic leaders in Vail have started a local chapter of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce, an organization that promotes holistic, natural and sustainable products, services and solutions.“Vail is the perfect place for the Holistic Chamber of Commerce,” said Brian Malloy, president of the HCC in Vail. “We have a large population here and a community that really values those products
Published: November 9, 2015
Editor’s note: This article was originally published in Vail Health magazine. the brain experiences age-related changes much like the body does, but there are many ways to increase mental acuity and awareness.Two-thirds of people older than 50 fear getting Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study presented by local neurologist Dr. Marc Treihaft, and with good reason. Statistics show the lifetime
Published: November 9, 2015
VAIL — November is the perfect time to focus on what we’re grateful for in our lives. Before the start of the busy holiday season, take time for a grounding and balancing restorative yoga workshop at the Vail Vitality Center. Restorative yoga teacher and outdoor fitness guru Ellen Miller will lead Mountains of Gratitude, a restorative yoga workshop, on Friday,
Published: November 9, 2015
Editor’s note: This is the first part of a two-part travel series about Charleston, South Carolina. The next installment will be published Sunday, Nov. 15.Blackbeard didn’t need to slay many sailors — nay, his 6-foot-6 stature, long dark hair, pistol in one hand, cutlass in the other and smoking pirate hat (created by stuffing burning rope under it) frightened most
Published: November 9, 2015
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — One of the most stressful and least glamorous jobs in the U.S. Air Force during the Cold War went to the men and women who stood ready ‘round the clock to launch one of the deadliest weapons ever made, the Peacekeeper nuclear missile. A few years from now, one of the nuclear launch centers where these workers,
Published: November 9, 2015
AVON — On Sunday, The Athletic Club at The Westin and Dogma Athletica will co-host a special celebration for local professional triathlete Josiah Middaugh, who won the Xterra World Championships on Maui, Hawaii, on Nov. 1. The community celebration will be held at Maya at The Westin Riverfront starting at 6 p.m.The event will include an autograph session and remarks
Published: November 9, 2015
VAIL — Join the Vail Public Library for a month-long celebration of Jane Austen’s “Persuasion.” Continuing the annual tradition of offering a month of Austen each November, the library featured “Sense and Sensibility” in 2014 and “Pride and Prejudice” in 2013. This year, the series will ponder “Persuasion,” Austen’s novel about second chances. As a young girl, the book’s protagonist,
Published: November 9, 2015
it’s time to get your wax on and maybe to update your quiver. Check out some of the newest and most exciting additions to the local ski and snowboard equipment scene. Meier Skis Glenwood Springs resident Matt Cudmore started Meier Skis in 2009 out of his one-car garage. The skis are made from Colorado aspen trees and pine beetle-kill wood.“For
Published: November 9, 2015
EAGLE — During the month of November, Linda Sneath will be exhibiting her paintings in the community room at the Eagle Public Library. Sneath has been a resident of the Vail Valley since 1979 and has had an interest in art since she was a child. After raising a family and helping out with her grandchildren, she decided to enroll
Published: November 9, 2015
Despite the complex dynamics of the human body, we can be rather simplistic in our approach to healing it. If a muscle is tight, we think, “Release it.” Effective means of release are numerous and diverse, such as dry needling, massage, active release technique, stretching, foam rolling and Rolfing, to name a few.Why is it, then, that sometimes we feel
Published: November 9, 2015
There is an undeniable nip of fall in the air, and to some, that nip signals the end of golf or, perhaps, hiking season, but to the gardener, it is a signal to prepare for spring. Everything you do or don’t do in the fall will directly affect your spring garden. Pests and diseases reside in the soil and plant
Published: October 4, 2015
So how’s your garden growing? This cold, snowy and rainy spring is enough to discourage the heartiest gardener. But it is not unmanageable. Most of the greens that I planted a month ago (at the end of the warm spell) in April, are growing, albeit slowly, and are about 1 to 2 inches tall now. They are off to a
Published: May 26, 2015
On Elk Lane in Eagle-Vail, just off the 14th hole, Nathaniel Lowe tends to two 6-foot-by-8-foot raised garden beds in his backyard. He built the beds last summer. This is his first full summer with them. “I got a little bit of a late start,” Lowe said during an interview last month. “I got tomatoes going. The cucumbers are finally
Published: November 9, 2015
Colorado State University Extension will host a workshop titled Canning at Altitude at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 31. Learn about the most up-to-date recommendations for preserving fresh foods safely at high altitude, including the guidelines about the how and why for each preservation method and which method best suits your needs. The workshop focuses on canning safety and the difference
Published: August 30, 2015
EAGLE — Two weeks ago, a proposal to locate a roofing company business in the west Eagle neighborhood drew a large contingent of protesting neighbors to Eagle Town Hall. This week, the exact same proposal brought comment, but not opposition, from one person. It just goes to prove that it’s all in how you ask.Earlier this fall, Umbrella Roofing applied
Published: November 9, 2015
EDWARDS — Colorado Mountain Express’ 18th annual Fill the Van food drive takes place today as thousands of pounds of food will be collected for food banks across Colorado’s mountain communities. Colorado Mountain Express vans will be parked outside of grocery stores throughout Summit County, Eagle County and the Roaring Fork Valley for collections between 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.As
Published: November 9, 2015
AVON — It pays to pay attention.Trista and Ryan Sutter handed over $5,000 to Avon Elementary School, money they won on the game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.”Money they won using skills that Avon Elementary students are also learning, pointed out principal Roy Getchell.“They had to have the knowledge to answer the questions, and they had to be
Published: November 9, 2015
Upcoming events• Today: Haircuts at the Golden Eagle Senior Center at 1 p.m. Free to anyone 60 years or older. Call 970-328-8896 to sign up.• Wednesday: • County offices will be closed for Veteran’s Day — no exercise class at the Golden Eagle or lunch activities at Maloit Park Senior Wellness Center• Monday: Shopping trip to Glenwood Springs. Call 970-328-8831
Published: November 9, 2015
Vail and Beaver Creek are great retirement destinations for many alpine enthusiasts. Not only do these mountains provide a vast diversity of terrain, but the communities also support many active interests for this vital demographic. I have had several mature athletes ask me about the best cross-training preparation for skiing as they get older. I think it is important to
Published: November 9, 2015
We want to thank the Vail Daily for posting information in Town Talk about our beloved Jack Russell terrier that was missing for three days and two nights and seen running back and forth between Lionshead and the Vail golf course. Due to all the support of the kind people in this wonderful community we live in, we were able
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Q: I recently fell skiing and dislocated my shoulder and it was put back in place in the emergency room. What should I do now?A: Shoulder dislocations are the most common joint dislocations. This is due to the fact that the shoulder socket is very shallow and, thus, inherently unstable. The shallow shoulder socket allows for great range of motion,
Published: November 9, 2015
Life has a way of throwing us many challenges. Mitigating our exposure to unexpected challenges is why insurance companies exist. With so many types of health and medical insurance available, who has the time or inclination to research them all? Medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance and the plethora of insurance types can get very confusing and often overwhelming. Add
Published: November 9, 2015
EDWARDS — On Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Edwards, the Freedom Park Memorial Committee and VFW Post 10721 will be conducting its ninth annual ceremony in honor of all veterans of the armed forces who have served the country, those from Eagle County who sacrificed their lives for freedom and those currently on active duty.The keynote speaker will be Major
Published: November 9, 2015
DENVER — Put 1,500 teens in one place, and their collective fancy turns to collection money.At least it does when it’s the Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge, held last week at the University of Denver. Fifty-five Battle Mountain High School students were among 40 teams from Colorado high schools who competed in the event.What they learnedThe Junior Achievement Stock Market
Published: November 9, 2015
It has been an exciting first 10 years for the Ski & Snowboard Club Vail Nordic team, with an expansion of the team and ever increasing success. A few years back, SSCV was celebrating its Nordic team being named the 2013 United States Ski & Snowboard Association Cross Country Club of the Year. Recognized for our national team members, World
Published: November 9, 2015
Last week, I received a question from a trainee regarding muscle soreness. Jim was so sore from a previous workout that it negatively impacted his ability to perform basic rudimentary tasks for an entire week. Jim was experiencing DOMS, or delayed onset muscle soreness, after a bout of high repetition front squats. I want to discuss this occurrence in detail
Published: November 9, 2015
EAGLE COUNTY — Real estate sales in September of this year were the best for that period in more than five years, and marked the best sales month of the year so far.Land Title Guarantee Co. tracks completed transactions recorded at the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder’s Office. The most recent data, for September, shows year-to-date highs in both number
Published: November 9, 2015
“It does not take a majority to prevail ... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men” — Samuel Adams.They are all around us. The men and women slowly changing the way we live typically don’t realize they are doing so. They only know that itch. A hangnail that they just
Published: November 9, 2015
Numbers are important, as are words, and none make a bigger headline splash nowadays than those ranking particular things, such as Vail being in the top 10 for “Ski Magazine’s best ski resorts” each year.Sure, we were a disappointing No. 7 for the 2015-16 season, but that pales in comparison to last week.Vail made No. 3 on the latest list
Published: November 9, 2015
GYPSUM — Beginning late this afternoon, the Eagle County Regional Airport runway was closed down for an hour and a half after a plane blew a tire while landing. According to Eagle County Airport Manager Greg Phillips, a small, private plane landed and blew out a tire on the runway. There were no injuries and no other damage to the
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ASPEN — At a time when the American public remains largely unconcerned about climate change, the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies has helped develop a tool that could more clearly convey the grim consequences of a warming planet.One implication is that the environment in Aspen could become too warm by 2030 to support the aspen tree species.The center’s staff worked
Published: November 10, 2015
Gladys Cecelia Hamilton, 95, formerly of Fisher, Minnesota, and Sun City, Arizona, died on Friday, Oct. 2. Gladys was a beloved visitor in Vail, where she recited her poetry, gave a pie crust-making class and even did some cross-country skiing. She was a poet, artist, sculptor and a writer of fairy tales, short stories and two books of poems. She
Published: November 10, 2015
Marjori E. Johnson (Montney), age 61, of Roscommon, formerly of Waterford, Michigan, passed away Saturday.Funeral services will be held at Smith Family Funeral Homes in St. Louis, Michigan, on Thursday at 1 p.m. Burial will take place at Oak Grove Cemetery in St. Louis, Michigan. Visitation will be held on Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of service.She is
Published: November 10, 2015
VAIL — The Vail Centre will be hosting its second annual Torch Awards at the Lodge at Vail on Dec. 11. During the first inaugural event in 2014, Rod Slifer was honored for his contributions to the Vail community, along with four community award winners for their service to the community. The Torch Awards celebrate key character attributes of the
Published: November 10, 2015
Most folks likely have at least some sense as to what patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets are.“Ah, let’s see … they’re … well, they’ve got something to do with … OK, I give up.”If they can’t exactly define what they are, at least folks figure they have something to do with “intellectual property.”“Yeah. That’s it! Exactly!”But what, then, constitutes
Published: November 10, 2015
VAIL — Olympic champion Julia Mancuso is in town, but not to train.Mancuso will undergo hip surgery Wednesday at the Steadman Clinic, which sideline her for the entire FIS Ski World Cup 2015-16 season.Mancuso said she has been trying other ways to rehab her ailing hip, but nothing was working quickly enough to enable her to compete at the Olympic
Published: November 10, 2015

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