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Even Better than the Actual Superman

Many of us have causes that are near and dear to our hearts, and for us here at Rhone, veterans hold a special place. We hail from families with a ...
Nov 05, 2018 02 read article
progress — By mark leblanc

best autumn hikes in the wasatch

The declining temperatures in Utah can only mean one thing: autumn is on the way. As the air temperatures drop, nature’s color palette will get war...
Oct 17, 2018 04 read article
progress | By Jenni Guynn

50 Marathons in 50 States: A Q&A with Bryce Matteson

50 marathons, 50 states, 52 weeks. Say that 5 times fast. Or better yet, try to do it. It's not every day you wake up to run a marathon, let alone more than 5 miles. But for Bryce Matteson, founder of Run50/50, running weekly marathons has become his reality this past year. 'Why' is the question ...
progress | By Ben Checketts

Don't Let Fear Rule You, But Don't Ignore It Either

A Coloradoan gym owner professional athlete husband entrepreneur. Yep, that's a run-on title, but Matthew Lloyd packs it all in. Born in South Africa, Matt been moving at light speed ever since. He climbs, he trains, he adventures and he does his best to spread the psyche in the process. We ch...
progress | By Bebe Gene

4 Ways to Be the Most Interesting Man in the Room

Whether you’re at a networking event, business meeting or grabbing cocktails at the rooftop bar, there are many ways to shake up the dynamic-- and in your favor. Think of the most interesting man you know. Do people notice when they enter a room? When they talk, are they talking about themselves ...
progress | By Austin Holt

Learn To Do Anything in 20 Hours

10,000 hours has been drilled into our heads as the benchmark for learning. What if we could sacrifice expertise for proficiency while saving...9,980 hours? Do you remember the Telephone Game from elementary school? One person would whisper something into someone else’s ear, that person would whi...
progress | By M.H. Shepherd

Burning the Fuse on Both Ends: An Interview with Scott Swendsen

Balancing work and hobbies is no small feat. A select few are able to make their hobby their work, but the majority of us can’t feasibly make money gardening full-time (that used to be called farming). But Scott Swendsen is a man who has been able to do both his dream, and his other dream. A man ...
progress | By Nate Checketts

What Fatherhood Means to Me

Fatherhood can be a complex word and topic, one that is often based on a wide landscape of possible experiences.  But this Father’s Day weekend I wanted to share my own personal experience and thoughts on what fatherhood means and has meant to me.  We’ve all heard the age old debate on whether o...
progress | By Ryan Hawk

16 Leaders Share 16 Secrets of Success

Over the past two and a half years, I’ve recorded over 200 conversations (for my podcast The Learning Leader Show) with some of the greatest leadership minds in the world: CEO’s, Entrepreneurs, Professional Athletes… I look for those who have done two things: 1) Sustained excellence over an exten...
progress | By Brian Kohout

My Little Brother

All you have to do is Google “Chicago Crime” and you’ll quickly see that my beloved city is in the middle of a violent crime epidemic. More than a month into 2017 and the City of Chicago has reported a staggering 60+ murders and 360+ shootings. In the calendar year of 2016 there were more than 4,...
progress | By Craig Towler

My Story

This week we learned that about a member of the Rhone community named Craig Towler when he tagged us in the following video on Instagram. We invited Craig tell his story in his own words and he graciously accepted. What follows here will change your life, if you let it. Be sure to visit Craig's G...
progress | By Ben Checketts

The New Art of Goal Setting

It’s here. 2017. Let us talk no more of Harambe (May he rest in peace), the Election or any historically-inspired, hip hop Broadway productions. And while you stare down the barrel of another year, can I propose another term that we can eliminate from our daily jargon? Self-improvement. While the...
progress | By Tigh Buckles

Tips to Stay Healthy While Traveling

Staying healthy while traveling can be a challenge. You can have the best of intentions to keep your fitness goals on the road, but take it from someone who once found himself in London’s Heathrow airport at 7am eating gummy bears and drinking a diet coke for breakfast, plans can be derailed qui...
progress | By Jeff Rizzo

The Best Summer Fitness Tech

Garmin Forerunner 735XT When it comes to fitness wearables, Fitbit is the top dog. However, for weekend warriors and hardcore athletes, Garmin is the hands-down industry leader. The company produces essentially a product (and in many cases, several products) for every consumer and most major end...
performance | By Andres Fitness

The Best Gyms in Miami

The Best Gyms In Miami Miami is well known for its party scene but it’s also got a thriving and growing fitness community. With the addition of new corporate gyms opening in 2016/17 and smaller boutique studios, Miami is growing. You wouldn't expect it but Miami has grown in many ways and introdu...
progress | By Tigh Buckles

Taking a Spin Around the World

Over the past two years, I have experienced 27 indoor cycling studios around the world and spent more money than I care to admit (spoiler alert: it was worth every penny)! Simply put, I love studio fitness. This love led to owning and operating PowerCycle, Nebraska’s first and only boutique fitn...
progress | By General Stan McChrystal

Building Your Foundation From the Inside Out

“Give about two (hours) every day to exercise; for health must not be sacrificed for learning.” –Thomas Jefferson This morning, sitting on a marble step near Rudulph Evans’ 19-foot-tall bronze statue of America’s quintessential renaissance man, I contemplated the approach of dawn on the National...
progress | By the Rhone Team

What Our Mothers Taught Us

Life seems to have an endless amount of lessons. They're often learned through experiences, which tend to range from excruciatingly painful to incredibly lucky but they are always taught and generally reinforced. In some ways these small lessons are like the countless individual musical notes in...
progress | By Ed Napper

Faith and Greatness

“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1 (NIV) Faith is a matter of perseverance. It really begins with you. A belief about you. And a goal. If You want to be successful, calculated action is a major requirement. But also, subsequent pers...
progress | By Scott Stohler

A Shortlist of the Best Food in the World

A great meal can position itself in the history book of our hearts with just a simple bite. The smells, the atmosphere, the people, and the complete sensory experience that is involved when you taste something really special is the reason why we go out to eat.  During my travels I’ve tasted some...
progress | By Ben Checketts

The Tempest 2 (The Grand Finale)

Having been given the good news of a clear run into Barbados, predictably our hopes were raised, and expectations set on a finish date. If we were to carry on at a good pace, we would be sipping on cocktails on the 9th February, reunited with our loved ones, and sleeping in a soft, clean bed. Op...
performance | By Scott Stohler

Becoming A Road Warrior

Fasten your seat belts, stow your bag, buckle in those muscles, and drink plenty of water as we review how to stay fit while on the road. In today's world, people are traveling more than ever.  With ridiculous flight prices as low as $62 for an international flight from Miami to Colombia, there ...
progress | By Chip Malt

The 7 Best Hikes in the U.S.

1) Cascade Canyon Trail - Jackson, Wyoming (10 Miles) The Grand Tetons should be on every American's bucket list and the Cascade Canyon Trail is the perfect opportunity to see everything that this amazing mountain range has to offer. The hike starts with a 15-minute boat ride across Jenny Lake ...
progress | By Josh Courage

Embracing Fear

A couple weeks ago I drove down to one of the most incredible places within an hour of my house, Castle Rock. This place reminds me of some of the rockiest areas of Great Falls, MD, except it’s up in the mountains (great views) and the rocks and trees to climb range from the pretty easy and bas...
progress | By Ben Checketts

5 Books From High School You Should Actually Read

If you are like me, you may have only paid partial attention during your 5…er…4 years of high school. When your teacher assigned a book to the class you generally followed what I call the “5 Stages of Procrastination.” Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Sparknotes I don’t believe this is a sho...
progress | By Ben Checketts

The Tempest Two (Part 2 of 3)

PART II As the sun-dropped on Day 1, the enormity of what lay ahead finally descended on us. The departure was a surreal experience, no fire-works, start-guns or theatrics. Just two friends in a rowing boat, quietly rowing into the distance. The feeling Is one that will last with us forever, and...
progress | By Ben Checketts

The Tempest Two (Part 1 of 3)

THE FIRST STEPS TOWARDS THE IMPOSSIBLE Just under 2 years ago, we set ourselves a goal that many people thought was unobtainable, unreachable, impossible. We wanted to take on what is widely regarded as the toughest challenge on Earth, with no prior experience or skill-set in the discipline. We ...
progress | By Ben Checketts

How to Save a Life

I have lived my entire life wishing and hoping to be in better shape. As melodramatic as it sounds, I can remember looking at G.I. Joes and Batman cartoons and thinking, "One day, I am going to look exactly like that." As a teen I fought to control my weight and generally fell flat on my face. S...
performance | By Jeff Rizzo

The Best Fitness Tech Out There

THE BEST IN FITNESS TECHNOLOGY You've got the best athletic apparel around (I think we all know that), but it's time to up your fit-tech game. Here are three items that you should splurge on this holiday season.   Garmin Fenix 3 This here is the absolute best GPS watch on the market and has h...
progress | By Dale Sutherland

The Nuts and Bolts of Testicular Cancer

Ever have that feeling that someone has got you by the balls? Well that may be truer than you think. If you are reading this you know that Rhone Apparel has sponsored “Rovember” to raise awareness and funds for testicular cancer research. Here are some simple facts. Testicular cancer is the most...
progress | By Ben Checketts

Time Is Not An Excuse

Time Isn’t an Excuse Training can have a remarkable effect on all aspects of your life. Improving physical fitness will make you healthier and better able to cope with stress. You will look better and feel more confident. Your psychological being will be far better off. Training can help make yo...
progress | By Joe Marshall

A Travel Guide to Patagonia

During my senior year of college, I saw the movie 180 Degrees South for the first time. A friend recommended it to me, so on a drizzly, gray winter day my roommates and I sat down to watch. “The film emulates the 1968 trip made by Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins to Patagonia, but rather than b...
progress | By Nate Checketts

We Are Stronger Together

“Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men`s blood...Make big plans; aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone will be a living thing, asserting itself with ever- growing insistency. Remember that our ...
progress | By Joe Marshall

How to Plan the Trip of a Lifetime

Joe Marshall is a seasoned world traveller. Follow @joe_marshall36 In the back of our minds, we all have that dream destination in mind. The ‘Bucket List’ adventure. The trip of a lifetime. Hiking to Machu Picchu. Exploring Patagonia. Surfing remote waves in Southeast Asia. Backpacking through E...
performance | By Rob Macdonald

Self-Imposed Limitations

At Gym Jones the most important aspect of our overall training philosophy is that the mind is primary. While incredible changes may occur in a person's body, we are most concerned with the changes that occur within a person's mind. At the end of the day working out is simply a process of picking ...
progress — By jenni guynn

50 marathons in 50 states: a q&a with bryce matteson

50 marathons, 50 states, 52 weeks. Say that 5 times fast. Or better yet, try to do it. It's not every day you wake up to run a marathon, let alone ...
Nov 14, 2018 01 read article
progress

Even Better than the Actual Superman

Many of us have causes that are near and dear to our hearts, and for us here at Rhone, veterans hold a special place. We hail from families with a ...
Nov 05, 2018 02 read article
progress — By jenni guynn

under the dark sky: a q&a with jack fusco

On some level (whether we choose to admit it or not), we are all fascinated by the mystery and wonder of the night sky. Jack Fusco is no different,...
Nov 01, 2018 03 read article
progress — By mark leblanc

best autumn hikes in the wasatch

The declining temperatures in Utah can only mean one thing: autumn is on the way. As the air temperatures drop, nature’s color palette will get war...
Oct 17, 2018 04 read article
progress | By brock reichert

dominate chile's most legendary trek: torres del paine, the "w"

Hopping off the bus at the Torres Del Paine park entrance, we instantly got sweaty in the sunny Patagonian weather.  Putting on our 40-pound packs, I thought to myself, "why did I bring all these warm clothes"? My winter gloves, fleece, insulated jacket, rain shell and long underwear were startin...
progress | By Ben Checketts

Don't Let Fear Rule You, But Don't Ignore It Either

A Coloradoan gym owner professional athlete husband entrepreneur. Yep, that's a run-on title, but Matthew Lloyd packs it all in. Born in South Africa, Matt been moving at light speed ever since. He climbs, he trains, he adventures and he does his best to spread the psyche in the process. We ch...
progress | By bebe gene

4 ways to be the most interesting man in the room

Whether you’re at a networking event, business meeting or grabbing cocktails at the rooftop bar, there are many ways to shake up the dynamic-- and in your favor. Think of the most interesting man you know. Do people notice when they enter a room? When they talk, are they talking about themselves ...
progress | By austin holt

learn to do anything in 20 hours

10,000 hours has been drilled into our heads as the benchmark for learning. What if we could sacrifice expertise for proficiency while saving...9,980 hours? Do you remember the Telephone Game from elementary school? One person would whisper something into someone else’s ear, that person would whi...
progress | By m.h. shepherd

burning the fuse on both ends: an interview with scott swendsen

Balancing work and hobbies is no small feat. A select few are able to make their hobby their work, but the majority of us can’t feasibly make money gardening full-time (that used to be called farming). But Scott Swendsen is a man who has been able to do both his dream, and his other dream. A man ...
progress | By nate checketts

what fatherhood means to me

Fatherhood can be a complex word and topic, one that is often based on a wide landscape of possible experiences.  But this Father’s Day weekend I wanted to share my own personal experience and thoughts on what fatherhood means and has meant to me.  We’ve all heard the age old debate on whether o...
progress | By ryan hawk

16 leaders share 16 secrets of success

Over the past two and a half years, I’ve recorded over 200 conversations (for my podcast The Learning Leader Show) with some of the greatest leadership minds in the world: CEO’s, Entrepreneurs, Professional Athletes… I look for those who have done two things: 1) Sustained excellence over an exten...
progress | By brian kohout

my little brother

All you have to do is Google “Chicago Crime” and you’ll quickly see that my beloved city is in the middle of a violent crime epidemic. More than a month into 2017 and the City of Chicago has reported a staggering 60+ murders and 360+ shootings. In the calendar year of 2016 there were more than 4,...
progress | By craig towler

my story

This week we learned that about a member of the Rhone community named Craig Towler when he tagged us in the following video on Instagram. We invited Craig tell his story in his own words and he graciously accepted. What follows here will change your life, if you let it. Be sure to visit Craig's G...
progress | By ben checketts

the new art of goal setting

It’s here. 2017. Let us talk no more of Harambe (May he rest in peace), the Election or any historically-inspired, hip hop Broadway productions. And while you stare down the barrel of another year, can I propose another term that we can eliminate from our daily jargon? Self-improvement. While the...
progress | By tigh buckles

tips to stay healthy while traveling

Staying healthy while traveling can be a challenge. You can have the best of intentions to keep your fitness goals on the road, but take it from someone who once found himself in London’s Heathrow airport at 7am eating gummy bears and drinking a diet coke for breakfast, plans can be derailed qui...
progress | By james binder

5 national park vacations

With the 4th of July behind us, it can seem like the summer is already over. Although this attitude seems to prevail as July moves on, it is important to remember that there’s still plenty of time before those colder temperatures come back. With these remaining weeks, it would be fun to get outs...
progress | By jeff rizzo

the best summer fitness tech

Garmin Forerunner 735XT When it comes to fitness wearables, Fitbit is the top dog. However, for weekend warriors and hardcore athletes, Garmin is the hands-down industry leader. The company produces essentially a product (and in many cases, several products) for every consumer and most major end...
performance | By andres fitness

the best gyms in miami

The Best Gyms In Miami Miami is well known for its party scene but it’s also got a thriving and growing fitness community. With the addition of new corporate gyms opening in 2016/17 and smaller boutique studios, Miami is growing. You wouldn't expect it but Miami has grown in many ways and introdu...
progress | By tigh buckles

taking a spin around the world

Over the past two years, I have experienced 27 indoor cycling studios around the world and spent more money than I care to admit (spoiler alert: it was worth every penny)! Simply put, I love studio fitness. This love led to owning and operating PowerCycle, Nebraska’s first and only boutique fitn...
progress | By general stan mcchrystal

building your foundation from the inside out

“Give about two (hours) every day to exercise; for health must not be sacrificed for learning.” –Thomas Jefferson This morning, sitting on a marble step near Rudulph Evans’ 19-foot-tall bronze statue of America’s quintessential renaissance man, I contemplated the approach of dawn on the National...
progress | By the rhone team

what our mothers taught us

Life seems to have an endless amount of lessons. They're often learned through experiences, which tend to range from excruciatingly painful to incredibly lucky but they are always taught and generally reinforced. In some ways these small lessons are like the countless individual musical notes in...
progress | By ed napper

faith and greatness

“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1 (NIV) Faith is a matter of perseverance. It really begins with you. A belief about you. And a goal. If You want to be successful, calculated action is a major requirement. But also, subsequent pers...
progress | By scott stohler

a shortlist of the best food in the world

A great meal can position itself in the history book of our hearts with just a simple bite. The smells, the atmosphere, the people, and the complete sensory experience that is involved when you taste something really special is the reason why we go out to eat.  During my travels I’ve tasted some...
progress | By Ben Checketts

The Tempest 2 (The Grand Finale)

Having been given the good news of a clear run into Barbados, predictably our hopes were raised, and expectations set on a finish date. If we were to carry on at a good pace, we would be sipping on cocktails on the 9th February, reunited with our loved ones, and sleeping in a soft, clean bed. Op...
performance | By scott stohler

becoming a road warrior

Fasten your seat belts, stow your bag, buckle in those muscles, and drink plenty of water as we review how to stay fit while on the road. In today's world, people are traveling more than ever.  With ridiculous flight prices as low as $62 for an international flight from Miami to Colombia, there ...
progress | By chip malt

the 7 best hikes in the u.s.

1) Cascade Canyon Trail - Jackson, Wyoming (10 Miles) The Grand Tetons should be on every American's bucket list and the Cascade Canyon Trail is the perfect opportunity to see everything that this amazing mountain range has to offer. The hike starts with a 15-minute boat ride across Jenny Lake ...
progress | By josh courage

embracing fear

A couple weeks ago I drove down to one of the most incredible places within an hour of my house, Castle Rock. This place reminds me of some of the rockiest areas of Great Falls, MD, except it’s up in the mountains (great views) and the rocks and trees to climb range from the pretty easy and bas...
progress | By ben checketts

5 books from high school you should actually read

If you are like me, you may have only paid partial attention during your 5…er…4 years of high school. When your teacher assigned a book to the class you generally followed what I call the “5 Stages of Procrastination.” Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Sparknotes I don’t believe this is a sho...
progress | By Ben Checketts

The Tempest Two (Part 2 of 3)

PART II As the sun-dropped on Day 1, the enormity of what lay ahead finally descended on us. The departure was a surreal experience, no fire-works, start-guns or theatrics. Just two friends in a rowing boat, quietly rowing into the distance. The feeling Is one that will last with us forever, and...
progress | By Ben Checketts

The Tempest Two (Part 1 of 3)

THE FIRST STEPS TOWARDS THE IMPOSSIBLE Just under 2 years ago, we set ourselves a goal that many people thought was unobtainable, unreachable, impossible. We wanted to take on what is widely regarded as the toughest challenge on Earth, with no prior experience or skill-set in the discipline. We ...
progress | By ben checketts

how to save a life

I have lived my entire life wishing and hoping to be in better shape. As melodramatic as it sounds, I can remember looking at G.I. Joes and Batman cartoons and thinking, "One day, I am going to look exactly like that." As a teen I fought to control my weight and generally fell flat on my face. S...
performance | By jeff rizzo

the best fitness tech out there

THE BEST IN FITNESS TECHNOLOGY You've got the best athletic apparel around (I think we all know that), but it's time to up your fit-tech game. Here are three items that you should splurge on this holiday season.   Garmin Fenix 3 This here is the absolute best GPS watch on the market and has h...
progress | By dale sutherland

the nuts and bolts of testicular cancer

Ever have that feeling that someone has got you by the balls? Well that may be truer than you think. If you are reading this you know that Rhone Apparel has sponsored “Rovember” to raise awareness and funds for testicular cancer research. Here are some simple facts. Testicular cancer is the most...
progress | By Ben Checketts

Time Is Not An Excuse

Time Isn’t an Excuse Training can have a remarkable effect on all aspects of your life. Improving physical fitness will make you healthier and better able to cope with stress. You will look better and feel more confident. Your psychological being will be far better off. Training can help make yo...
progress | By joe marshall

a travel guide to patagonia

During my senior year of college, I saw the movie 180 Degrees South for the first time. A friend recommended it to me, so on a drizzly, gray winter day my roommates and I sat down to watch. “The film emulates the 1968 trip made by Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins to Patagonia, but rather than b...
progress | By nate checketts

we are stronger together

“Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men`s blood...Make big plans; aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone will be a living thing, asserting itself with ever- growing insistency. Remember that our ...
progress | By joe marshall

how to plan the trip of a lifetime

Joe Marshall is a seasoned world traveller. Follow @joe_marshall36 In the back of our minds, we all have that dream destination in mind. The ‘Bucket List’ adventure. The trip of a lifetime. Hiking to Machu Picchu. Exploring Patagonia. Surfing remote waves in Southeast Asia. Backpacking through E...
performance | By rob macdonald

self-imposed limitations

At Gym Jones the most important aspect of our overall training philosophy is that the mind is primary. While incredible changes may occur in a person's body, we are most concerned with the changes that occur within a person's mind. At the end of the day working out is simply a process of picking ...

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