What do I eat on a hike?  Food ideas
Long Gully Campsite fire

What do I eat on a hike? Food ideas

Help! I'm going on a multi-day hike - there are no fridges, microwaves or restaurants? I don’t know what to eat! The Convenience of Boil in a Bag Various suppliers offer light weight, freeze dried or dehydrated dinners in a…

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Sydney Urban Workouts – Stairs around Mosman
Balmoral Stairs

Sydney Urban Workouts – Stairs around Mosman

Frenchy's Cafe, in Headland Park, is a great starting point for stair training, with at least two possible routes.  The path from Headland Park down to Chowder Bay and on to Bradley's Head offers a number of stair interval training…

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Sydney Urban Workouts – Stairs around Barangaroo
Burrwang Steps - 82

Sydney Urban Workouts – Stairs around Barangaroo

Stair challenges are a quick and effective way to improve your fitness. Walk them, run them or bound up two at a time. To liven up my Sydney CBD workday routine, I went looking for some lunchtime stairs in Sydney, exploring…

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Stair training in the Sydney bush
Timber Getters

Stair training in the Sydney bush

Stair training in the bush has some advantages over training in the city (Barangaroo) or suburbs (Mosman).  It's usually shady, less crowded, and the walk in on the track and out again afterwards provides a nice warm-up and cool-down.  Here…

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Stair training challenge

Looking for a time efficient and effective way to increase overall fitness?  Stair training is relatively low impact exercise and you don’t need any fancy gear or equipment, just a decent pair of shoes. We are blessed with well-maintained stairs and…

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Hey Sister, Go Sister, Soul Sister
These boots are made for walking

Hey Sister, Go Sister, Soul Sister

Hey Sister Go Sister Soul Sister! There is the reassuring, familiar sound of women chatting in front and behind me, as we power along the harbour side bush track. A cool breeze provides some evening relief after a warm Sydney summer's day.

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