Category Archives: ACTIVITIES

Petersen Automotive Museum: Reopening

The Petersen Automotive Museum will be reopening December 7th after a long and extensive restoration, unveiling over 100-thousand square feet of exhibition space, 25 new galleries, over 150 cars on display, and rotating events throughout the year. Located on Fairfax and Wilshire, the Petersen is one of the largest automotive museums in the world, as well as…
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Top 6 Rock Climbing Finger Exercises

You’re getting into rock climbing, or maybe you just need more grip to open a jar. But we use our hands a lot. You use them every day for your computer, for grabbing objects, and giving yourself a shoulder massage. But besides this, you rarely give those fast-twitch muscles in your fingers the exercise they…
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Things To Do This Weekend in Los Angeles 11/20

Things to Do in LA This Weekend November 20th-22nd, 2015 We're starting a new series, where we answer the question, "What to do this weekend?" We're going to present you three things, one for Friday night, and two things you can choose from Saturday and Sunday. You may be saying, “Why three? There are so many things…
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Escape Rooms to Try – Los Angeles

Escape Rooms -  Los Angeles Escape Rooms are becoming the next big thing. They're story-driven, timed, collaborative puzzles that require teamwork, wit, and smarts to beat. Rooms normally "lock" between 6-12 people in a room, and the group has 40-60 minutes to figure out the puzzle. If the room is large enough, some Escape Rooms put complete…
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Top 6 Tips – Run in the Cold

The weather outside is frightful, but a run would be so delightful. If you’ve been training all summer and aren’t really certain how you’re going to get through the winter, here are some tips for you to run in the cold. Run In The Cold 1. Dress For The Weather This doesn't mean dress like…
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Running For Beginners: The Training

So, you've decided to join your first 5K race. What’s your motivation? Are you trying to get into shape or lose a few pounds? Perhaps you want to use this race as a jumping off point for longer races in the future? Once you establish your motivation, you can start tailoring your training structure to…
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Running For Beginners: The Gear

So you wanna start hitting the pavement to reach that “runner’s high” trainers speak so highly of. However, you want to be well prepared before diving into running, or else all you’ll experience is “runner’s chafing”, “runner’s shin splints”, or "runner's quitting". Here’s some helpful tips we found at active.com for finding your running essentials. [spacer]…
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Top 6 Things To Do Around Las Vegas

Activities do exist outside of drinking when you go to Las Vegas. I know it's crazy there are actually places in Vegas you don't have to be on the strip to have a good time (I know, bizarre, right?). Below is a list of great things for you and your friends to do that will get…
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Beer & Running: Approved

As we all know, hydration is important before, during, and after a long workout. Well good news, Hopheads! According to a new study from Spain in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, cooling down with a beer after a run or any other strenuous exercise will not affect your body’s rehydration process. While…
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