wellness — By sam markle

mindfulness & sport psychology: a q&a with mental performance consultant devin markle

Great coaches aren’t just telling you what to do, they are telling you what to feel when doing it correctly. -Anonymous    We all strive...
Oct 20, 2019 02 read article
performance — By blair wheeler

wod on the road

Traveling is something that in theory sounds great, but when it comes to traveling for business it too often comes at the expense of fitness, or at...
Oct 20, 2019 03 read article
performance — By matthew joseph

in favor of dumbbells

It’s a question that every gym-goer asks at one some point or another: Which is better, barbells or dumbbells?  If you’re like me, then you confron...
Oct 13, 2019 04 read article
performance — By jj peterson of clean simple eats fit

a full body workout for fall

Fall has arrived and that means football and all the game day food that comes with it (for better or for worse). We enlisted JJ Peterson of Clean ...
Sep 29, 2019 012 read article
progress | By Nate Checketts

26.2: A Marathon Playlist

It's not every day you wake up and run 26.2 miles. But on the rare chance today (or a day in the near future) is that day, besides a good chafe-free pair of shorts and some solid shoes, the next important thing is your playlist. Well, we've got you covered. Our fearless leader and CEO, Nate Check...
wellness | By Sam Markle

Mindfulness & Sport Psychology: A Q&A With Mental Performance Consultant Devin Markle

Great coaches aren’t just telling you what to do, they are telling you what to feel when doing it correctly. -Anonymous    We all strive to be better versions of ourselves. We all want to optimize our performance whether that be on the playing field, in the gym, at work, in our family ...
performance | By Blair Wheeler

WOD on the Road

Traveling is something that in theory sounds great, but when it comes to traveling for business it too often comes at the expense of fitness, or at the very least you’re routine. If you’re like me you’re a creature of habit. I thrive on a routine, and with a job that is based remotely, it is impe...
performance | By Matthew Joseph

In Favor of Dumbbells

It’s a question that every gym-goer asks at one some point or another: Which is better, barbells or dumbbells?  If you’re like me, then you confronted this question the first time that you stepped into the weight room. And the answer that you heard early on—that barbells, in general, are better t...
wellness | By Chris Mohr

5 Best Snacks to Fuel Your Adventure

Over the summer my family and I hopped in the car for a 3000-mile road trip across the northeast: Toronto, the Adirondacks, Connecticut, NJ, Pittsburgh and back home to Louisville KY.  With 2 kids, 10 and 7, my wife and I wanted to enjoy each destination and not stop every hour to feed hungry kid...
outliers | By the Rhone Team

Don't Give In: A Q&A with Decathlete Solomon Simmons

It's not every day you set out to watch your brother in the decathlon to suddenly finding yourself competing in it yourself. It's even rarer to come back from injury and failure to become the number one ranked U.S. decathlete. But Solomon Simmons did just that. We sat down with Solomon talked abo...
wellness | By Kyle McClure

Losing It: Mental Health and My Mind

Sitting at the top of the stairs of what is best described as a row house in a dusty edge of Prescott, AZ, I knew I couldn't go outside. The thoughts and voices were banging away inside my head, the world outside was ready to swallow me up, and the rising weight of anxiety on my chest was crushin...
progress | By the Rhone Team

Love Rhone and Podcasts? We've got a treat for you

As we celebrate International Podcast Day today, we've rounded up our favorite podcasts we've been listening to lately. You can read that here. And because we know you love podcasts AND Rhone, we put together a list of our top 5 favorite podcasts featuring our fearless leader and CEO, Nate Checke...
progress | By the Rhone Team

10 Podcasts to Add to Your Rotation This Fall

There's nothing quite like getting sucked into a good podcast. Whether it's on your daily commute, during a long run, or while you get things done on a Saturday, there's something so rewarding and intriguing about the stories they tell. We've put together a list of our top ten podcasts we think y...
progress | By Sam Markle

From Sports to Startups

I have followed, I have led, I have been coached and I have coached others. For me, being part of a sports team has guided much of my life. I always knew on some level that being part of a team and being active within athletics was good for me, but I did not fully appreciate that until more recen...
wellness | By Stefan Weitz

Making the Case for Intermittent Fasting

As part of hacking my disease, I read a lot of health books. Last year I was turned on to one called Brain Food by my friend Dr. Lisa Mosconi. It’s a fascinating and practical read that lays out a diet, backed by real science, that has been shown to improve brain health. You see for me, I have no...
performance | By JJ Peterson of Clean Simple Eats Fit

A Full Body Workout for Fall

Fall has arrived and that means football and all the game day food that comes with it (for better or for worse). We enlisted JJ Peterson of Clean Simple Eats Fit to put together a full-body workout to help you hang on to that summer bod through the highs and lows of sports fandom. Let's get into...
performance | By Michael Olzinski

Train Like a Sprinter

I can recall the days when I initially thought that performance and fitness might be a wonderful career path that I would enjoy spending a lifetime in. I remember the first few thoughts that I had in establishing my own ideas and philosophies, and this was before I had truly studied or specialize...
outliers | By the Rhone Team

Pushing Boundaries: A Q&A with Professional Wakeboarder Steel Lafferty

Meet Steel Lafferty, pro wakeboarder & all-around rebel on the water. We traveled down to Florida to spend a day with Steel and catch up on wakeboarding, life philosophies, and his golf game. Here's what he had to say. _________________________________________________________ Tell us about t...
progress | By the Rhone Team

Rhone Reads: End of Summer Reading List

While summer has almost come and gone, our reading list is just getting started.  We polled the Rhone community for their best recent reads that will carry you through the cooler temps and give you something to challenge your mind (or set your mind free) on your daily commute. So without further ...
progress | By the Rhone Team

Rhone x Steel Lafferty

Meet Steel Lafferty, pro wakeboarder & all-around rebel on the water, who has joined the Rhone family as one of our newest Brand Ambassadors! Steel has no shortage of accomplishments, and he’s constantly pushing himself to be better every day and to inspire those around him in the pursuit of ...
outliers | By Jenni Guynn

Get Active and Stay Active: A Q&A with LE Officer Mike Crowe

It's not every day you let flipping a coin choose your fate, and it's almost never that it's a decision as critical as amputating your leg. But for law enforcement officer Mike Crowe, a 1976 quarter did just that. We sat down with Mike to hear his inspiring story about his recovery, his outlook o...
wellness | By Zach Feldman

5 Meal Prep Hacks

As both a personal chef and trainer, I understand the importance that staying on top of your nutrition. One thing I work with clients on a lot is how to make healthy eating habits sustainable. Making it as easy as possible can help ensure that you’re able to stick to your plan and get the results...
progress | By Brock Reichert

The Fit Man’s Guide to Oktoberfest

Before attending Oktoberfest, Hollywood’s preconceived notions were already stuck in my head. Whether Clark Griswold in a dance-off with other lederhosen-wearing Bavarians or the guys from Super Troopers trying to out drink local Germans, the expectations were dubious.  Fresh out of high school i...
performance | By TJ Alvarez

Six Ways to Increase Your Athleticism

If your goal is to look like an athlete, you have to start by training like one.  If you’re anything like me and your goal has always been to achieve a healthier, more muscular, leaner physique while still being capable of doing extraordinary things physically, then you’ll want to continue readin...
outliers | By the Beyond Type 1 Team

Leading by Example: Q&A with Marathon Captain Nate Checketts

Nate Checketts is the co-founder and CEO of Rhone and a co-captain of the 2019 Beyond Type Run team running the TCS New York City Marathon. Nate recently sat down with Beyond Type 1 to discuss his decision to join the marathon team, how his training has been going so far, and his role as marathon...
outliers | By the Rhone Team

Prepare for Your Last Breath: A Q&A with Professional Coach Tareq Azim

Professional coach and walking inspiration, Tareq Azim, sums up his unique philosophy on life, relationships, and self-awareness in one succinct piece of advice: Prepare for your last breath.  We recently sat down with Tareq and here's what he had to say.  ________________________________________...
progress | By Darren Tomasso

Win Your Day: Strategic Game Plans for Successful Goals

The small wins you experience daily will sustain constant change and forward momentum to make progress in crushing your goals. We all have things we want to achieve for our health, personal life, work, whatever it may be. But we rarely think about how we are going to get there. Setting a goal is ...
performance | By Zach Feldman

Why Intensity Isn't Always King

When it comes to exercise, I believe that intensity is extremely important. I love high-intensity workouts! I love the feeling of leaving a workout feeling like I gave it my all. The problem is you can’t do that every day without burning out. Intensity may be king, but the key to progress is cons...
performance | By Noam Tamir

The Evolution of Online Training

What is online training? It’s a term that’s being tossed around a lot in the fitness industry lately. With the increase in technology and the explosion of social media, everything is being offered online, including fitness. With the evolution of online training, online instruction has never been ...
progress | By Ben Checketts

48 Hours in London

“The man who can dominate a London dinner table can dominate the world.” Oscar Wilde There is a widely understood joke that those who have completed a study abroad program never actually stop talking about it. While I certainly think any sweeping judgment about an entire group of people is misg...
outliers | By the Rhone Team

Living Under the Same Night Sky: A Q&A with Jack Fusco

It's not every day you see something miraculous, but for Jack Fusco, looking at the night sky is just that. Jack specializes in astrophotography, or in simpler terms, he is really great at taking pictures of the night sky. We sat down with the talented photographer to hear more about his life, ho...
performance | By Matthew Joseph

A 20-Minute Hotel Workout: Strength Circuit

Work travel can disrupt our training programs by taking us out of our daily routines and forcing us to adapt to new constraints. Flights and packed on-the-ground schedules can contribute to incremental timing pressures, and the unpredictability of our accommodations can leave us without access t...
performance | By Adham Ibrahim

The Bear Complex Workout

We live in a world where many of us are regularly aiming to make the most out of each day. Time has become a valuable commodity and knowing how to efficiently use it is everything. As a fitness professional, I am regularly asked to program short duration, effective workouts. One of my favorite wo...
wellness | By CJ Finley

Eating with an Autoimmune Disease: A Day in the Life

Living with an autoimmune disorder is no walk in the park. It takes effort, vigilance, and planning. No matter the disorder, the goal is the same: feel good. With that in mind, we asked CJ Finley, who suffers from Celiac Disease and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), to put together a typical day of...
progress | By The Rhone Team

Brands We Love: Jetson

You've heard all your life about how you have bacteria in your stomach, otherwise known as a probiotic, that's good for you. You've probably also heard that you have to keep the balance of this bacteria in your stomach otherwise chaos will ensue. And still, you've probably heard that yogurt, fill...
progress | By the Rhone Team

Rhone x Garrett McNamara

We're excited to announce that Garrett McNamara, professional big-wave surfer and extreme waterman, has joined the Rhone family as our newest Brand Ambassador. We can't wait to share more about Garrett, but in the meantime, we asked him to put together a Spotify playlist of his "greatest hits" an...
performance | By Kody Kerbox

Day in the Life: Training for the Foil Molokai to Oahu World Championships

Meet Kody Kerbox, a 25-year-old professional stand up paddler raised on the North Shore of Maui, Hawaii. As Kody preps for the Foil Molokai to Oahu World Championships this weekend, we asked him to share his a day in the life of training, what fuels him, and how he balances the training with work...
progress | By Brock Reichert

Underrated Destinations: Slovenian Alps

Despite spanning over eight countries, the more high profile places in the European Alps get most of the attention. When I say "Alps" you probably picture Switzerland, Austria or perhaps Italy (France and Germany rounding out the big countries). The others are lesser-known Alps countries of Monac...
performance | By Jason Gonzalez

Mobility and Flexibility: Joint Edition

What is a joint? Remember the song by the skeleton that went something like this: “The knee bones connected to the leg bones, the hip bones connected to the backbones?” It may seem simple, but those connections between two bones are called joints and in case you didn't know, they really matter. T...
outliers | By Nate Checketts

A Lifetime of Carb Consumption: My Type 1 Diagnosis Story

Carbs and me: the early years Like most adults diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, I most often just feel lucky to still be alive. I was always a very active, mostly healthy kid-turned-teenager with some level of athleticism and the ability to down an entire pizza solo. My focus in high school was on...
progress | By Jamison Bolt

Introducing the Pursuit House

"The goal is to create difference makers, even if the ripple is small."   Men are pulled in so many directions. Societal norms tell us that men should be protective, independent, stoic, strong, aggressive, and competitive. Yet we know that masculinity can unlock so much more: the power to be ...
progress | By The Rhone Team

Summer Stargazing: How to Take Photos of the Night Sky By Jack Fusco

There's nothing quite like a night sky full of stars in the summer and no one appreciates that more than renowned astrophotographer, Jack Fusco. We wanted the inside scoop on how to capture the night sky so he broke things down for us so we can begin to capture or simply admire all that the night...
progress | By Zach Tooley

Find Your Why

“Start where you are, with what you have. Make something of it and never be satisfied.”  George Washington Carver In this day and age, stories surface somewhat frequently of someone catching their “big break”. They have a moment of clairvoyance, or in some cases, having a large sum of money co...
performance | By Nick Karwoski

30 Days to 2000 Meters: A Rowing Workout

I spent four years as a three-sport college athlete, running upwards of 90 miles a week. After college, I made the U.S. Triathlon National Team, and for years, spent six to eight hours of my days swimming, cycling, and running. I’ve had cancer and open-heart surgery.  All this is to say I’m no st...
outliers | By The Rhone Team

From Bulldogs to Devils: A Q&A with NHL Right Wing John Hayden

Born in Chicago but raised in Colorado, NHL right wing John Hayden came full circle after finishing his senior season at Yale and graduating in 2017 after which he joined the Chicago Blackhawks who drafted him in 2013. Before his recent trade to the New Jersey Devils, we met up in John in the Wi...
wellness | By Persona Nutrition

Low-carb Breakfast Egg Cups

What's not to love about eggs? These low-carb breakfast egg cups are incredibly easy to prep ahead of time and grab for breakfast throughout the week. Simply use any leftovers you’ve got on hand for fillings. For example, chopped spinach or kale, crumbled feta or shredded cheddar cheese, leftove...
performance | By Cade Mangelson

Train Like a Ninja Warrior

When is the last time you played on monkey bars? If your answer is elementary school, then it’s been too long. Ninja Warrior obstacles are becoming more an more popular these days. It’s challenging but you almost forget about it being hard because of how much fun it all is, at least in my experie...
progress — By nate checketts

26.2: a marathon playlist

It's not every day you wake up and run 26.2 miles. But on the rare chance today (or a day in the near future) is that day, besides a good chafe-fre...
Oct 20, 2019 01 read article
wellness — By sam markle

mindfulness & sport psychology: a q&a with mental performance consultant devin markle

Great coaches aren’t just telling you what to do, they are telling you what to feel when doing it correctly. -Anonymous    We all strive...
Oct 20, 2019 02 read article
performance — By blair wheeler

wod on the road

Traveling is something that in theory sounds great, but when it comes to traveling for business it too often comes at the expense of fitness, or at...
Oct 20, 2019 03 read article
performance — By matthew joseph

in favor of dumbbells

It’s a question that every gym-goer asks at one some point or another: Which is better, barbells or dumbbells?  If you’re like me, then you confron...
Oct 13, 2019 04 read article
wellness | By chris mohr

5 best snacks to fuel your adventure

Over the summer my family and I hopped in the car for a 3000-mile road trip across the northeast: Toronto, the Adirondacks, Connecticut, NJ, Pittsburgh and back home to Louisville KY.  With 2 kids, 10 and 7, my wife and I wanted to enjoy each destination and not stop every hour to feed hungry kid...
outliers | By the rhone team

don't give in: a q&a with decathlete solomon simmons

It's not every day you set out to watch your brother in the decathlon to suddenly finding yourself competing in it yourself. It's even rarer to come back from injury and failure to become the number one ranked U.S. decathlete. But Solomon Simmons did just that. We sat down with Solomon talked abo...
wellness | By kyle mcclure

losing it: mental health and my mind

Sitting at the top of the stairs of what is best described as a row house in a dusty edge of Prescott, AZ, I knew I couldn't go outside. The thoughts and voices were banging away inside my head, the world outside was ready to swallow me up, and the rising weight of anxiety on my chest was crushin...
progress | By the rhone team

love rhone and podcasts? we've got a treat for you

As we celebrate International Podcast Day today, we've rounded up our favorite podcasts we've been listening to lately. You can read that here. And because we know you love podcasts AND Rhone, we put together a list of our top 5 favorite podcasts featuring our fearless leader and CEO, Nate Checke...
progress | By the rhone team

10 podcasts to add to your rotation this fall

There's nothing quite like getting sucked into a good podcast. Whether it's on your daily commute, during a long run, or while you get things done on a Saturday, there's something so rewarding and intriguing about the stories they tell. We've put together a list of our top ten podcasts we think y...
progress | By sam markle

from sports to startups

I have followed, I have led, I have been coached and I have coached others. For me, being part of a sports team has guided much of my life. I always knew on some level that being part of a team and being active within athletics was good for me, but I did not fully appreciate that until more recen...
wellness | By stefan weitz

making the case for intermittent fasting

As part of hacking my disease, I read a lot of health books. Last year I was turned on to one called Brain Food by my friend Dr. Lisa Mosconi. It’s a fascinating and practical read that lays out a diet, backed by real science, that has been shown to improve brain health. You see for me, I have no...
performance | By jj peterson of clean simple eats fit

a full body workout for fall

Fall has arrived and that means football and all the game day food that comes with it (for better or for worse). We enlisted JJ Peterson of Clean Simple Eats Fit to put together a full-body workout to help you hang on to that summer bod through the highs and lows of sports fandom. Let's get into...
performance | By michael olzinski

train like a sprinter

I can recall the days when I initially thought that performance and fitness might be a wonderful career path that I would enjoy spending a lifetime in. I remember the first few thoughts that I had in establishing my own ideas and philosophies, and this was before I had truly studied or specialize...
outliers | By the rhone team

pushing boundaries: a q&a with professional wakeboarder steel lafferty

Meet Steel Lafferty, pro wakeboarder & all-around rebel on the water. We traveled down to Florida to spend a day with Steel and catch up on wakeboarding, life philosophies, and his golf game. Here's what he had to say. _________________________________________________________ Tell us about t...
progress | By the rhone team

rhone reads: end of summer reading list

While summer has almost come and gone, our reading list is just getting started.  We polled the Rhone community for their best recent reads that will carry you through the cooler temps and give you something to challenge your mind (or set your mind free) on your daily commute. So without further ...
wellness | By darren tomasso

win your day: prioritizing recovery with quality food, sleep, and hydration

What you get out of the gym depends on what you do outside of it. The work you do in the gym is just a small fraction of the picture. You may put the work in the gym for four hours a week, but what are you doing with the remaining 164 hours in your week? You spend more time eating and sleeping th...
progress | By the rhone team

rhone x steel lafferty

Meet Steel Lafferty, pro wakeboarder & all-around rebel on the water, who has joined the Rhone family as one of our newest Brand Ambassadors! Steel has no shortage of accomplishments, and he’s constantly pushing himself to be better every day and to inspire those around him in the pursuit of ...
outliers | By jenni guynn

get active and stay active: a q&a with le officer mike crowe

It's not every day you let flipping a coin choose your fate, and it's almost never that it's a decision as critical as amputating your leg. But for law enforcement officer Mike Crowe, a 1976 quarter did just that. We sat down with Mike to hear his inspiring story about his recovery, his outlook o...
progress | By ben checketts

72 hours in iceland

Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To say that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice. Robert Frost Iceland has been on my radar for ye...
performance | By darren tomasso

win your day: programming effective workouts

If you’re like anybody else, finding the time to train is challenging. On top of that, going into the gym without a plan can make you feel lost, and does not enable you to use your time efficiently. I find that a lot of time in the gym is spent trying to figure out what to do, how to do it, and t...
wellness | By zach feldman

5 meal prep hacks

As both a personal chef and trainer, I understand the importance that staying on top of your nutrition. One thing I work with clients on a lot is how to make healthy eating habits sustainable. Making it as easy as possible can help ensure that you’re able to stick to your plan and get the results...
progress | By brock reichert

the fit man’s guide to oktoberfest

Before attending Oktoberfest, Hollywood’s preconceived notions were already stuck in my head. Whether Clark Griswold in a dance-off with other lederhosen-wearing Bavarians or the guys from Super Troopers trying to out drink local Germans, the expectations were dubious.  Fresh out of high school i...
performance | By tj alvarez

six ways to increase your athleticism

If your goal is to look like an athlete, you have to start by training like one.  If you’re anything like me and your goal has always been to achieve a healthier, more muscular, leaner physique while still being capable of doing extraordinary things physically, then you’ll want to continue readin...
outliers | By the beyond type 1 team

leading by example: q&a with marathon captain nate checketts

Nate Checketts is the co-founder and CEO of Rhone and a co-captain of the 2019 Beyond Type Run team running the TCS New York City Marathon. Nate recently sat down with Beyond Type 1 to discuss his decision to join the marathon team, how his training has been going so far, and his role as marathon...
wellness | By darren tomasso

win your day: creating a winning morning routine

Your morning sets the course for the rest of the day so make sure you set it on your own terms. I start my mornings by tossing a cold shot of water into my face. It gets me going. It makes a bit of a mess, but it energizes me. I started this routine back in college as I was juggling classes, resp...
outliers | By the rhone team

prepare for your last breath: a q&a with professional coach tareq azim

Professional coach and walking inspiration, Tareq Azim, sums up his unique philosophy on life, relationships, and self-awareness in one succinct piece of advice: Prepare for your last breath.  We recently sat down with Tareq and here's what he had to say.  ________________________________________...
progress | By darren tomasso

win your day: strategic game plans for successful goals

The small wins you experience daily will sustain constant change and forward momentum to make progress in crushing your goals. We all have things we want to achieve for our health, personal life, work, whatever it may be. But we rarely think about how we are going to get there. Setting a goal is ...
performance | By zach feldman

why intensity isn't always king

When it comes to exercise, I believe that intensity is extremely important. I love high-intensity workouts! I love the feeling of leaving a workout feeling like I gave it my all. The problem is you can’t do that every day without burning out. Intensity may be king, but the key to progress is cons...
progress | By the rhone team

in pursuit of relaxation

Summer is winding down and if you're anything like us, you're making the most of it. But as you soak up the last of the summer sun and all that it has to offer, don't forget to take a minute to take care of yourself. Close your eyes, take a breath and relax with Rhone's latest playlist. We put to...
wellness | By darren tomasso

win your day: incorporating daily mindfulness

From the time you wake up until the time you go to bed, how much time do you take to just sit, breathe, and be present with yourself? If you’re like most people, especially in the duality of the smart-phone age and the “go hard or go home” mentality, you may find that you spend very little time b...
performance | By noam tamir

the evolution of online training

What is online training? It’s a term that’s being tossed around a lot in the fitness industry lately. With the increase in technology and the explosion of social media, everything is being offered online, including fitness. With the evolution of online training, online instruction has never been ...
progress | By ben checketts

48 hours in london

“The man who can dominate a London dinner table can dominate the world.” Oscar Wilde There is a widely understood joke that those who have completed a study abroad program never actually stop talking about it. While I certainly think any sweeping judgment about an entire group of people is misg...
outliers | By the rhone team

living under the same night sky: a q&a with jack fusco

It's not every day you see something miraculous, but for Jack Fusco, looking at the night sky is just that. Jack specializes in astrophotography, or in simpler terms, he is really great at taking pictures of the night sky. We sat down with the talented photographer to hear more about his life, ho...
performance | By matthew joseph

a 20-minute hotel workout: strength circuit

Work travel can disrupt our training programs by taking us out of our daily routines and forcing us to adapt to new constraints. Flights and packed on-the-ground schedules can contribute to incremental timing pressures, and the unpredictability of our accommodations can leave us without access t...
performance | By adham ibrahim

the bear complex workout

We live in a world where many of us are regularly aiming to make the most out of each day. Time has become a valuable commodity and knowing how to efficiently use it is everything. As a fitness professional, I am regularly asked to program short duration, effective workouts. One of my favorite wo...
wellness | By cj finley

eating with an autoimmune disease: a day in the life

Living with an autoimmune disorder is no walk in the park. It takes effort, vigilance, and planning. No matter the disorder, the goal is the same: feel good. With that in mind, we asked CJ Finley, who suffers from Celiac Disease and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), to put together a typical day of...
progress | By The Rhone Team

Brands We Love: Jetson

You've heard all your life about how you have bacteria in your stomach, otherwise known as a probiotic, that's good for you. You've probably also heard that you have to keep the balance of this bacteria in your stomach otherwise chaos will ensue. And still, you've probably heard that yogurt, fill...
progress | By the rhone team

rhone x garrett mcnamara

We're excited to announce that Garrett McNamara, professional big-wave surfer and extreme waterman, has joined the Rhone family as our newest Brand Ambassador. We can't wait to share more about Garrett, but in the meantime, we asked him to put together a Spotify playlist of his "greatest hits" an...
performance | By kody kerbox

day in the life: training for the foil molokai to oahu world championships

Meet Kody Kerbox, a 25-year-old professional stand up paddler raised on the North Shore of Maui, Hawaii. As Kody preps for the Foil Molokai to Oahu World Championships this weekend, we asked him to share his a day in the life of training, what fuels him, and how he balances the training with work...
progress | By brock reichert

underrated destinations: slovenian alps

Despite spanning over eight countries, the more high profile places in the European Alps get most of the attention. When I say "Alps" you probably picture Switzerland, Austria or perhaps Italy (France and Germany rounding out the big countries). The others are lesser-known Alps countries of Monac...
performance | By jason gonzalez

mobility and flexibility: joint edition

What is a joint? Remember the song by the skeleton that went something like this: “The knee bones connected to the leg bones, the hip bones connected to the backbones?” It may seem simple, but those connections between two bones are called joints and in case you didn't know, they really matter. T...
outliers | By nate checketts

a lifetime of carb consumption: my type 1 diagnosis story

Carbs and me: the early years Like most adults diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, I most often just feel lucky to still be alive. I was always a very active, mostly healthy kid-turned-teenager with some level of athleticism and the ability to down an entire pizza solo. My focus in high school was on...
performance | By matthew joseph

a 30-minute hotel workout: cardio and core

Work travel can disrupt our training programs by taking us out of our daily routines and forcing us to adapt to new constraints. Flights and packed on-the-ground schedules can contribute to incremental timing pressures, and the unpredictability of our accommodations can leave us without access t...
progress | By jamison bolt

introducing the pursuit house

"The goal is to create difference makers, even if the ripple is small."   Men are pulled in so many directions. Societal norms tell us that men should be protective, independent, stoic, strong, aggressive, and competitive. Yet we know that masculinity can unlock so much more: the power to be ...
progress | By jack fusco

summer stargazing: how to take photos of the night sky

There's nothing quite like a night sky full of stars in the summer and no one appreciates that more than renowned astrophotographer, Jack Fusco. We wanted the inside scoop on how to capture the night sky so he broke things down for us so we can begin to capture or simply admire all that the night...
progress | By zach tooley

find your why

“Start where you are, with what you have. Make something of it and never be satisfied.”  George Washington Carver In this day and age, stories surface somewhat frequently of someone catching their “big break”. They have a moment of clairvoyance, or in some cases, having a large sum of money co...
performance | By nick karwoski

30 days to 2000 meters: a rowing workout

I spent four years as a three-sport college athlete, running upwards of 90 miles a week. After college, I made the U.S. Triathlon National Team, and for years, spent six to eight hours of my days swimming, cycling, and running. I’ve had cancer and open-heart surgery.  All this is to say I’m no st...
outliers | By The Rhone Team

From Bulldogs to Devils: A Q&A with NHL Right Wing John Hayden

Born in Chicago but raised in Colorado, NHL right wing John Hayden came full circle after finishing his senior season at Yale and graduating in 2017 after which he joined the Chicago Blackhawks who drafted him in 2013. Before his recent trade to the New Jersey Devils, we met up in John in the Wi...
wellness | By persona nutrition

low-carb breakfast egg cups

What's not to love about eggs? These low-carb breakfast egg cups are incredibly easy to prep ahead of time and grab for breakfast throughout the week. Simply use any leftovers you’ve got on hand for fillings. For example, chopped spinach or kale, crumbled feta or shredded cheddar cheese, leftove...
performance | By cade mangelson

train like a ninja warrior

When is the last time you played on monkey bars? If your answer is elementary school, then it’s been too long. Ninja Warrior obstacles are becoming more an more popular these days. It’s challenging but you almost forget about it being hard because of how much fun it all is, at least in my experie...

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