progress — By jenni guynn

in pursuit of action and adventure: a q&a with photographer scott markewitz

Considered to be one of the most influential action and outdoor photographers of his time, to say there's a lot to learn from Scott Markewitz would...
Feb 24, 2019 04 read article
progress — By cade mangelson

scenic motorcycle rides you can't miss

What’s it like to ride a motorcycle? Imagine for a second that you’re flying. The wind in your face and the sun hitting you with just enough warmth...
Mar 03, 2019 01 read article
wellness — By henry halse

the top 5 supplements every man should take

Supplements are supplementary, plain and simple. Don’t expect them to play a major role in your health or performance because they can’t. Diet, exe...
Mar 03, 2019 02 read article
wellness — By ryan petry

staying mentally fresh: 5 tips to help athletes preserve motivation

Everyone knows that a key to success in anything is consistency. Waking up, putting in the work day after day, year after year. Your relationship w...
Feb 10, 2019 013 read article
progress | By Cade Mangelson

Scenic Motorcycle Rides You Can't Miss

What’s it like to ride a motorcycle? Imagine for a second that you’re flying. The wind in your face and the sun hitting you with just enough warmth to keep you comfortable. Things pass you quickly but somehow everything seems slow. Balance, coordination, and awareness are all used at once in orde...
wellness | By Henry Halse

The Top 5 Supplements Every Man Should Take

Supplements are supplementary, plain and simple. Don’t expect them to play a major role in your health or performance because they can’t. Diet, exercise, sleep, and hydration are far more important. Supplements are the icing on the cake. If you walk into a supplement store, you’ll see aisles of b...
progress | By the Rhone Team

In Search of the Best Powder: A Q&A with Troy Murphy and Chris Lee

Winter is in full swing which means the powder is calling. For Troy Murphy and Chris Lee, there's no time like the present to explore as much backcountry powder as possible. Living out of a tiny house and adventuring from snowstorm to snowstorm, their goal is to seek out the best powder and, well...
progress | By Jenni Guynn

In Pursuit of Action and Adventure: A Q&A with Photographer Scott Markewitz

Considered to be one of the most influential action and outdoor photographers of his time, to say there's a lot to learn from Scott Markewitz would easily be an understatement. We sat down to chat with him about photography, skiing, techniques, and how he stays active. Here's what he had to say. ...
performance | By The Rhone Team

How to Dress for An Outdoor Winter Run

It's winter, which probably means it's freezing outside, or at least colder than you'd like. While the gym is a great option, and one that does the job all winter long, sometimes you just want to throw it back to the days of summer and be outside. Whether it's marathon training or just a quick 3-...
wellness | By BJ Ward

Men, Let’s Start Putting Ourselves First

How can we expect to be of service to those we care about if we aren’t taking care of ourselves first? Here’s how to have a bigger impact this year.     ________________________________________________________________ There’s something to be said for grit. We celebrate it as men. If we’re tired, ...
progress | By Jenni Guynn

Chasing Adventure on a Mountain Bike: A Q&A with Ryan Petry

There's nothing quite like cruising down a mountain at high speeds and no one knows the feeling better than Ryan Petry. We sat down with the runner turned cyclist to learn more about the sport, his training and his day to day outside of cycling.  __________________________________________________...
performance | By JJ Peterson

Optimize Your Training with a Heart-Pumping Tabata Workout

If you love a good HIIT workout, then Tabata is your next step. Not familiar with Tabata? It's fairly similar to HIIT but with shorter rest and work periods. But be warned: shorter definitely does not mean easier. We asked JJ Peterson (@hiittrainer) to put together a Tabata workout that would pus...
wellness | By The Rhone Team

A Beginner’s Guide to Meditation

There are meditation apps everywhere these days, but are they really worth it? We decided to find out for ourselves. We dove into the history of meditation, it benefits, why it really is worth the daily pause, and how to incorporate it into your own schedule. Let's get into it.   HISTORY Meditati...
progress | By the Rhone Team

For the Love of Rhone: A Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Every man loves to hear those three little words, especially around Valentine’s Day: "Here’s some Rhone." Whether you're looking to buy yourself something to celebrate the season of love or you have a significant other who needs a few hints, we've got you covered.  Say hello to our Valentine's Da...
performance | By Adham Ibrahim

5 Tips for Working Out with a Chronic Injury

Working out with a chronic injury can be a daunting and intimidating experience. When normal everyday tasks are made challenging, maintaining a consistent fitness regimen can seem impossible. Exercising with a chronic injury is just as much a psychological challenge as it is physical. Here are 5 ...
progress | By Olympic Skier Troy Murphy

In Transition

I’ve spent the past 16 years of my life in pursuit of one overarching goal: ski in the Olympics. It all started when I was 10, skiing at my home mountain of Sunday River in Bethel, ME. My first weekend in the freestyle program was rocky. I didn’t know anyone, I wasn’t as good as the other kids, a...
wellness | By Ryan Petry

Staying Mentally Fresh: 5 Tips to Help Athletes Preserve Motivation

Everyone knows that a key to success in anything is consistency. Waking up, putting in the work day after day, year after year. Your relationship with fitness and training is much like any other relationship in your life. If you want it to work out long term, you have to find balance. When first ...
progress | By Nate Checketts

The Best Goal Setting Article on the Mother-loving Internet Part 3

This article is part 3 of 3. To read part 1, click here. To read part 2, click here.  __________________________________________________________  PART III: The NowIf you’ve reached section III, congrats! I think that already sets you apart for 80% of those who will start this article. Below I a...
performance | By the Rhone Team

Sweat Sessions: A Workout Playlist

It's that time of day: time to hit the gym and dive into your daily workout. You've got the gear (and if you don't, we know a good place), you've got a gym, and now you just need the tunes. We've got you covered. Check out our latest playlist made specially to push you through the toughest parts ...
outliers | By Jenni Guynn

Adapting: A Q&A with Brian Reynolds

Meet Brian Reynolds, the double-amputee athlete setting world records for running. We sat down to talk about life in the adaptive community, running, and what record he plans to break next.  ____________________________________________________________________   You contracted Meningococcemia (a r...
wellness | By Brock Reichert

To Exercise or Not: The Cold Virus Conundrum

Ah, winter time. The special time of year where we get to cozy in close with family and friends and share all of our germs with each other. Cold and flu seem to spread through families and work offices as swiftly as a yawn. In terms of its purely annoying features, having a cold is right up there...
wellness | By Jenni Guynn

If You Care about Your Eyes at All, Read This

The other day my husband came home with the worst headache. Being the wonderful never-nagging wife that I am, I asked him, “Did you drink enough water today? Did you get a good breakfast?” He answered yes to both and then said in passing, “I think it’s just a screen headache from staring at my co...
performance | By Jason Gonzalez

5 Tips to Reduce Injury During Exercise

Working out doesn't have to be a safety hazard. Whether you are a HIIT man or prefer cycling, working out right can make or break your lifespan in the gym. With just a few changes, you'll prolong your training life-expectancy and feel better in the process. Here are five simple ways to help you r...
wellness | By Ivy Karlinsky

The Truth about Men's Multivitamins

When it comes to gender-specific health, women typically steal the spotlight. If you walk down the grocery aisle you might notice that the majority of magazines are geared towards woman’s health. While women are typically more likely to openly discuss their health needs, unfortunately, men aren’t...
performance | By Marcus Martinez

7 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Workout

It happens to all of us. The best intentions and well-thought-out plans will inevitably be taken over by the duties of work, parenthood, or even just laziness. A good workout will do more than just make you sweat. The thing I try to impart on every attendee of a certification or workshop is that ...
performance | By JJ Peterson

A Ladder 100 Workout for the New Year

It's the new year and it's time to set our intentions. Hopefully we have entered the New Year with a new resolve to do better and be better, to ourselves and to those around us, both inside and outside of the gym.  So to start your New Year off with a bang, we asked JJ Peterson to put together a ...
wellness | By The Rhone Team

How To Make Your Work Day Healthier

Spending nine to five in a chair day after day can take a toll on your body. Your back gets tighter, your posture gets rounder, and your meals on busy days become bags of pretzels you found in the breakroom. But we’re all adults, and there are better ways to stay healthy and take time for yoursel...
progress | By The Rhone Team

The Best Fitness Apps to Get You Sweating in the New Year

We are just a few days away from the start of a new year. With it brings high expectations for things we want to accomplish, in particular, our health and fitness goals. With that in mind, we've put together a list of the top 5 fitness apps that will help keep you motivated as you continue or sta...
wellness | By Rick Martinez

Chocolate Power Protein Bar

Life is busy and eating well is important. Those two ideas don't always fit well together and often the first thing to go is our healthy eating habits. So, keeping that in mind, we asked Rick Martinez to create for us a healthy on the go snack that is perfect for a post-gym snack or an afternoon ...
progress | By the Rhone Team

10 Podcasts You Won't Want to Miss in the New Year

We'll be honest: we haven't listened to every podcast ever made. Surprised? We thought you wouldn't be. Regardless, we have been around the block a time or two and have listened to our fair share while working, commuting, weekending, or what have you. So, without further ado, here are ten podcast...
performance | By Troy Murphy

An Olympian’s Workout To Get You Ready for Ski Season Part 2

Ski season has arrived and it's time to start planning trips to the slopes. If you haven’t already started, it’s crunch time to get your body ready for your first day on skis. Every skier knows that your first days on the hill can really punish your body. With a little preseason training, you can...
wellness | By Jason Gonzalez

I'll Sleep When I'm Dead

Sleep. We love it when we get it but it's often the first thing to go when life happens. A quick nap here, 4 hours there, and we think we're caught up, but what is it really doing to our bodies over the long term? How often do you pay attention to your sleep?If you actually dive into the science ...
outliers | By Jenni Guynn

The Last Frontier with Matt Moretti

We’ve all had those childhood fantasies about what we’ll be when we grow up. For some, it’s an astronaut and for others, it’s a veterinarian. But for Matt Moretti, having grown up on the water, aquatic life and culture were always his passion. Now, years later and alongside his father, Matt owns ...
performance | By Jason Gonzalez

Mobility and Flexibility: Hip Edition

What is mobility and why are these exercises important? Mobility is the ability to move a joint through a range of motion. Mobility is what gets you out of bed in the morning, what gives you the ability to reach for a cup from the cabinet, and what allows you to sit in a deep squat. When you move...
performance | By the Rhone Team

10-Minute Abs

Travel, social obligations, and pizza may have left you a few pounds heavier. No need to fret, the important thing now is to take action. Why not start with this 10-minute ab workout from the Rhone team to get your #Dadbod back in shape? Trust us, the time will fly. Perform each exercise for 60 ...
outliers | By Jenni Guynn

Glass Half Full with Izzy Jones

Picture that cool, calm collected guy we all know and love. You know, that guy who walks into the room and makes no attempt to get attention, but has a presence regardless. That’s Isaiah “Izzy” Jones. There’s an element of humility and gratitude about him that doesn’t go unnoticed, even when he’s...
progress | By Jenni Guynn

No Kid Hungry: A Q&A with Michael Friedberg of Yellowbelly Chicken

What do skiing, fried chicken, and cycling have in common? Nothing, really. However, it was through these three seemingly unrelated things that World Cup Skier Michael Friedberg got his start as an advocate for childhood hunger. We caught up with Michael Friedberg to talk about his philosophies o...
performance | By Troy Murphy

An Olympian's Workout to Get You Ready for Ski Season

Snow is flying and ski resorts are opening up all over the country! If you haven’t already started, it’s crunch time to get your body ready for your first day on skis. Every skier knows that your first days on the hill can really punish your body. With a little preseason training, you can avoid o...
outliers | By Jenni Guynn

Family Affair with Carlton Charles

Brotherly love and MMA don’t necessarily coincide, but for Carlton Charles, MMA is just that. Growing up in Maine, MMA has always been a Charles family affair. From watching his brother, Nate, (now his coach) fight as an amateur to now participating in MMA himself, Carlton is anything but new to ...
progress | By Brock Reichert

Underrated Destinations: Humbled by the Bolivian Mountains

I always thought the world was maxing out on travel destinations. With Instagrammers and their 7-figure followers, it seemed like everywhere I had been was already overrun by selfie-taking, social media superstars. Not Bolivia. And certainly not the Bolivian mountains. Bolivia seems to be one unc...
wellness | By CJ Finley

How to Live, Eat, and Exercise Through the Struggles of an Autoimmune Disease

I rarely open up about how much I suffer throughout my days. I like to spend my time happy with who I am and what I can do, rather than dwell on the day-to-day trials and tribulations. Because of this, it is rare that I speak about what I deal with in regards to my illness. However, I want to ins...
performance | By Darren Tomasso

Max Out your Effort with this Full Body Landmine Workout

The landmine is one of my favorite pieces of equipment. Its versatility and ease of use makes it one of the most efficient and effective tools out there for building strength, endurance, and cardiovascular capacity. When time is limited, you can strategically use the landmine to help you shorten ...
progress | By The Rhone Team

Playlists: A Holly Jolly Rhone Holiday

It has been (and will likely continue to be) a lifelong debate as to when it is appropriate to start listening to holiday music. The Rhone consensus: anytime you darn well please.  So without further ado, to get you in the holiday spirit wherever you may be, here is our Rhone holiday playlist. Ha...
progress | By the Rhone Team

We're On O.U.R. Way

To the children who we pray for daily, we say: Your long night is coming to an end. Hold on. We are on our way.   Since their founding in 2013, Operation Underground Railroad has had the same ambitious goal: bring an end to child slavery around the world. Leveraging their team’s extensive expe...
progress | By The Rhone Team

What We're Thankful For

"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend." Melody Beattie Growing up I had the above quote taped t...
Holiday Gift Guide | By The Rhone Team

For the Captain of the Dawn Patrol

Made for the man who loves soaking up that sunrise with a long run. We've put together a collection of our favorite running essentials to carry you through those early exhibitions. This one's for you, Captain.  _________________________________________________ THE MANEUVER SHORT Whether y...
Holiday Gift Guide | By the Rhone Team

For the Outdoor Enthusiast

He spends more time outside than the average person, seeking out the greatest of hikes and adventures. Whether he's up for an early morning ride through the woods or an all day hike, these outdoor essentials will bare him well through any endeavour. Here's to you, Outdoor Enthusiast.  __________...
Holiday Gift Guide | By The Rhone Team

The King of Comfort

For the king of weekends, late nights, and all around comfort: our recovery collection will bare your comfortably through any endevour, whether that is a post-workout cool down or a weekend watching the game.  _________________________________________________ NYLON TACTEL TRACK PANT Designe...
Holiday Gift Guide | By The Rhone Team

For the Sultan of Stretch

On the hunt for something for the yoga enthusiast who spends more time on their yoga mat than they do elsewhere? You've come to the right place. Check out our line up of yoga favorites to satisfy your Sultan of Stretch from one class to the next. _________________________________________________ ...
progress — By cade mangelson

scenic motorcycle rides you can't miss

What’s it like to ride a motorcycle? Imagine for a second that you’re flying. The wind in your face and the sun hitting you with just enough warmth...
Mar 03, 2019 01 read article
wellness — By henry halse

the top 5 supplements every man should take

Supplements are supplementary, plain and simple. Don’t expect them to play a major role in your health or performance because they can’t. Diet, exe...
Mar 03, 2019 02 read article
progress — By the rhone team

in search of the best powder: a q&a with troy murphy and chris lee

Winter is in full swing which means the powder is calling. For Troy Murphy and Chris Lee, there's no time like the present to explore as much backc...
Feb 24, 2019 03 read article
progress — By jenni guynn

in pursuit of action and adventure: a q&a with photographer scott markewitz

Considered to be one of the most influential action and outdoor photographers of his time, to say there's a lot to learn from Scott Markewitz would...
Feb 24, 2019 04 read article
performance | By the rhone team

how to dress for an outdoor winter run

It's winter, which probably means it's freezing outside, or at least colder than you'd like. While the gym is a great option, and one that does the job all winter long, sometimes you just want to throw it back to the days of summer and be outside. Whether it's marathon training or just a quick 3-...
wellness | By bj ward

men, let’s start putting ourselves first

How can we expect to be of service to those we care about if we aren’t taking care of ourselves first? Here’s how to have a bigger impact this year.     ________________________________________________________________ There’s something to be said for grit. We celebrate it as men. If we’re tired, ...
progress | By jenni guynn

chasing adventure on a mountain bike: a q&a with ryan petry

There's nothing quite like cruising down a mountain at high speeds and no one knows the feeling better than Ryan Petry. We sat down with the runner turned cyclist to learn more about the sport, his training and his day to day outside of cycling.  __________________________________________________...
performance | By jj peterson

optimize your training with a heart-pumping tabata workout

If you love a good HIIT workout, then Tabata is your next step. Not familiar with Tabata? It's fairly similar to HIIT but with shorter rest and work periods. But be warned: shorter definitely does not mean easier. We asked JJ Peterson (@hiittrainer) to put together a Tabata workout that would pus...
wellness | By the rhone team

a beginner’s guide to meditation

There are meditation apps everywhere these days, but are they really worth it? We decided to find out for ourselves. We dove into the history of meditation, it benefits, why it really is worth the daily pause, and how to incorporate it into your own schedule. Let's get into it.   HISTORY Meditati...
progress | By the rhone team

for the love of rhone: a valentine's day gift guide

Every man loves to hear those three little words, especially around Valentine’s Day: "Here’s some Rhone." Whether you're looking to buy yourself something to celebrate the season of love or you have a significant other who needs a few hints, we've got you covered.  Say hello to our Valentine's Da...
performance | By adham ibrahim

5 tips for working out with a chronic injury

Working out with a chronic injury can be a daunting and intimidating experience. When normal everyday tasks are made challenging, maintaining a consistent fitness regimen can seem impossible. Exercising with a chronic injury is just as much a psychological challenge as it is physical. Here are 5 ...
progress | By olympic skier troy murphy

in transition

I’ve spent the past 16 years of my life in pursuit of one overarching goal: ski in the Olympics. It all started when I was 10, skiing at my home mountain of Sunday River in Bethel, ME. My first weekend in the freestyle program was rocky. I didn’t know anyone, I wasn’t as good as the other kids, a...
wellness | By ryan petry

staying mentally fresh: 5 tips to help athletes preserve motivation

Everyone knows that a key to success in anything is consistency. Waking up, putting in the work day after day, year after year. Your relationship with fitness and training is much like any other relationship in your life. If you want it to work out long term, you have to find balance. When first ...
progress | By nate checketts

the best goal setting article on the mother-loving internet part 3

This article is part 3 of 3. To read part 1, click here. To read part 2, click here.  __________________________________________________________  PART III: The NowIf you’ve reached section III, congrats! I think that already sets you apart for 80% of those who will start this article. Below I a...
performance | By the rhone team

sweat sessions: a workout playlist

It's that time of day: time to hit the gym and dive into your daily workout. You've got the gear (and if you don't, we know a good place), you've got a gym, and now you just need the tunes. We've got you covered. Check out our latest playlist made specially to push you through the toughest parts ...
outliers | By jenni guynn

adapting: a q&a with brian reynolds

Meet Brian Reynolds, the double-amputee athlete setting world records for running. We sat down to talk about life in the adaptive community, running, and what record he plans to break next.  ____________________________________________________________________   You contracted Meningococcemia (a r...
wellness | By brock reichert

to exercise or not: the cold virus conundrum

Ah, winter time. The special time of year where we get to cozy in close with family and friends and share all of our germs with each other. Cold and flu seem to spread through families and work offices as swiftly as a yawn. In terms of its purely annoying features, having a cold is right up there...
progress | By nate checketts

the best goal setting article on the mother-loving internet part 2

This article is part 2 of 3. To read part 1, click here. To read part 3, click here. __________________________________________________________    PART II: The HowUsually, goals fall into one of three categories: Become/Develop: You want to become fit, lose weight, or develop a certain skil...
wellness | By jenni guynn

if you care about your eyes at all, read this

The other day my husband came home with the worst headache. Being the wonderful never-nagging wife that I am, I asked him, “Did you drink enough water today? Did you get a good breakfast?” He answered yes to both and then said in passing, “I think it’s just a screen headache from staring at my co...
performance | By jason gonzalez

5 tips to reduce injury during exercise

Working out doesn't have to be a safety hazard. Whether you are a HIIT man or prefer cycling, working out right can make or break your lifespan in the gym. With just a few changes, you'll prolong your training life-expectancy and feel better in the process. Here are five simple ways to help you r...
progress | By nate checketts

the best goal setting article on the mother-loving internet part 1

“In the long run men only hit what they aim at. Therefore, though they should fail immediately, they had better aim at something high.” - Henry David ThoreauI know the title is a bold claim. Two things: first, it seems anymore that one need be fantastical in their claims to compete with every buz...
wellness | By ivy karlinsky

the truth about men's multivitamins

When it comes to gender-specific health, women typically steal the spotlight. If you walk down the grocery aisle you might notice that the majority of magazines are geared towards woman’s health. While women are typically more likely to openly discuss their health needs, unfortunately, men aren’t...
performance | By marcus martinez

7 tips to get the most out of your workout

It happens to all of us. The best intentions and well-thought-out plans will inevitably be taken over by the duties of work, parenthood, or even just laziness. A good workout will do more than just make you sweat. The thing I try to impart on every attendee of a certification or workshop is that ...
performance | By jj peterson

a ladder 100 workout for the new year

It's the new year and it's time to set our intentions. Hopefully we have entered the New Year with a new resolve to do better and be better, to ourselves and to those around us, both inside and outside of the gym.  So to start your New Year off with a bang, we asked JJ Peterson to put together a ...
wellness | By the rhone team

how to make your work day healthier

Spending nine to five in a chair day after day can take a toll on your body. Your back gets tighter, your posture gets rounder, and your meals on busy days become bags of pretzels you found in the breakroom. But we’re all adults, and there are better ways to stay healthy and take time for yoursel...
progress | By the rhone team

meet the new line-up: spring 2019

There is no better time than a the start of a new year to take a brief look back and a long, lingering glance forward at what is in front of you.It’s been said that “Everybody has a plan, until they get punched in the mouth.” And honestly, we love that quote. It’s not about adversity, it’s about ...
progress | By The Rhone Team

The Best Fitness Apps to Get You Sweating in the New Year

We are just a few days away from the start of a new year. With it brings high expectations for things we want to accomplish, in particular, our health and fitness goals. With that in mind, we've put together a list of the top 5 fitness apps that will help keep you motivated as you continue or sta...
wellness | By rick martinez

chocolate power protein bar

Life is busy and eating well is important. Those two ideas don't always fit well together and often the first thing to go is our healthy eating habits. So, keeping that in mind, we asked Rick Martinez to create for us a healthy on the go snack that is perfect for a post-gym snack or an afternoon ...
progress | By the rhone team

10 podcasts you won't want to miss in the new year

We'll be honest: we haven't listened to every podcast ever made. Surprised? We thought you wouldn't be. Regardless, we have been around the block a time or two and have listened to our fair share while working, commuting, weekending, or what have you. So, without further ado, here are ten podcast...
performance | By troy murphy

an olympian’s workout to get you ready for ski season part 2

Ski season has arrived and it's time to start planning trips to the slopes. If you haven’t already started, it’s crunch time to get your body ready for your first day on skis. Every skier knows that your first days on the hill can really punish your body. With a little preseason training, you can...
wellness | By jason gonzalez

i'll sleep when i'm dead

Sleep. We love it when we get it but it's often the first thing to go when life happens. A quick nap here, 4 hours there, and we think we're caught up, but what is it really doing to our bodies over the long term? How often do you pay attention to your sleep?If you actually dive into the science ...
outliers | By jenni guynn

the last frontier with matt moretti

We’ve all had those childhood fantasies about what we’ll be when we grow up. For some, it’s an astronaut and for others, it’s a veterinarian. But for Matt Moretti, having grown up on the water, aquatic life and culture were always his passion. Now, years later and alongside his father, Matt owns ...
performance | By jason gonzalez

mobility and flexibility: hip edition

What is mobility and why are these exercises important? Mobility is the ability to move a joint through a range of motion. Mobility is what gets you out of bed in the morning, what gives you the ability to reach for a cup from the cabinet, and what allows you to sit in a deep squat. When you move...
performance | By the rhone team

10-minute abs

Travel, social obligations, and pizza may have left you a few pounds heavier. No need to fret, the important thing now is to take action. Why not start with this 10-minute ab workout from the Rhone team to get your #Dadbod back in shape? Trust us, the time will fly. Perform each exercise for 60 ...
outliers | By jenni guynn

glass half full with izzy jones

Picture that cool, calm collected guy we all know and love. You know, that guy who walks into the room and makes no attempt to get attention, but has a presence regardless. That’s Isaiah “Izzy” Jones. There’s an element of humility and gratitude about him that doesn’t go unnoticed, even when he’s...
progress | By jenni guynn

no kid hungry: a q&a with michael friedberg of yellowbelly chicken

What do skiing, fried chicken, and cycling have in common? Nothing, really. However, it was through these three seemingly unrelated things that World Cup Skier Michael Friedberg got his start as an advocate for childhood hunger. We caught up with Michael Friedberg to talk about his philosophies o...
performance | By troy murphy

an olympian's workout to get you ready for ski season

Snow is flying and ski resorts are opening up all over the country! If you haven’t already started, it’s crunch time to get your body ready for your first day on skis. Every skier knows that your first days on the hill can really punish your body. With a little preseason training, you can avoid o...
outliers | By jenni guynn

family affair with carlton charles

Brotherly love and MMA don’t necessarily coincide, but for Carlton Charles, MMA is just that. Growing up in Maine, MMA has always been a Charles family affair. From watching his brother, Nate, (now his coach) fight as an amateur to now participating in MMA himself, Carlton is anything but new to ...
progress | By brock reichert

underrated destinations: humbled by the bolivian mountains

I always thought the world was maxing out on travel destinations. With Instagrammers and their 7-figure followers, it seemed like everywhere I had been was already overrun by selfie-taking, social media superstars. Not Bolivia. And certainly not the Bolivian mountains. Bolivia seems to be one unc...
wellness | By cj finley

how to live, eat, and exercise through the struggles of an autoimmune disease

I rarely open up about how much I suffer throughout my days. I like to spend my time happy with who I am and what I can do, rather than dwell on the day-to-day trials and tribulations. Because of this, it is rare that I speak about what I deal with in regards to my illness. However, I want to ins...
wellness | By jj peterson

5 reasons why your protein sucks

Protein powders are a tough beast to crack. There are thousands of choices out there and most of them are saying theirs is ‘the best in the world’. While there are certainly a few great options, most protein powders on the market today aren’t worth your hard-earned money. So, how do you make sure...
performance | By darren tomasso

max out your effort with this full body landmine workout

The landmine is one of my favorite pieces of equipment. Its versatility and ease of use makes it one of the most efficient and effective tools out there for building strength, endurance, and cardiovascular capacity. When time is limited, you can strategically use the landmine to help you shorten ...
outliers | By jenni guynn

home brewed with will fisher & austin street brewery

Will Fisher takes his job seriously, but he is anything but serious.  Born and raised in New Gloucester, ME, he and his buddy Jake started Austin Street Brewery in the garage of Jake’s then home on Austin Street, located just outside downtown Portland in Westbrook, ME. What started as a home brew...
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playlists: a holly jolly rhone holiday

It has been (and will likely continue to be) a lifelong debate as to when it is appropriate to start listening to holiday music. The Rhone consensus: anytime you darn well please.  So without further ado, to get you in the holiday spirit wherever you may be, here is our Rhone holiday playlist. Ha...
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we're on o.u.r. way

To the children who we pray for daily, we say: Your long night is coming to an end. Hold on. We are on our way.   Since their founding in 2013, Operation Underground Railroad has had the same ambitious goal: bring an end to child slavery around the world. Leveraging their team’s extensive expe...
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what we're thankful for

"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend." Melody Beattie Growing up I had the above quote taped t...
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for the captain of the dawn patrol

Made for the man who loves soaking up that sunrise with a long run. We've put together a collection of our favorite running essentials to carry you through those early exhibitions. This one's for you, Captain.  _________________________________________________ THE MANEUVER SHORT Whether y...
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for the outdoor enthusiast

He spends more time outside than the average person, seeking out the greatest of hikes and adventures. Whether he's up for an early morning ride through the woods or an all day hike, these outdoor essentials will bare him well through any endeavour. Here's to you, Outdoor Enthusiast.  __________...
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the king of comfort

For the king of weekends, late nights, and all around comfort: our recovery collection will bare your comfortably through any endevour, whether that is a post-workout cool down or a weekend watching the game.  _________________________________________________ NYLON TACTEL TRACK PANT Designe...
Holiday Gift Guide | By the rhone team

for the sultan of stretch

On the hunt for something for the yoga enthusiast who spends more time on their yoga mat than they do elsewhere? You've come to the right place. Check out our line up of yoga favorites to satisfy your Sultan of Stretch from one class to the next. _________________________________________________ ...

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