There are tons of "hand repair" products coming out on the market. How do YOU decide which you use.
There are many ingredients from which to choose when creating a moisturizer/skin repair product. We suggest you use truly natural ingredients that actually add something beneficial to the formulation. Beeswax, unrefined, slightly filtered, NOT bleached and processed, adds minerals to the formulation. It's a humectant (draws moisture to the skin). It acts as a barrier from the outside world so it's water resistant. Add natural, unrefined butters such as shea, aloe, mango, coconut, etc for their nutritional value. Use only therapeutic grade essential oils for their healing value. If it's not organic, therapeutic grade, it can easily be adulterated. Did you know only 5% of a product calling itself an essential oil actually has to be an essential oil in order for it to be called "100% pure essential oil?" As an example, you can have a 2 oz bottle of Eucalyptus essential oil according to the label. However, if the label doesn't say therapeutic grade or organic, it can contain a base oil, additives to make it go further and many other things. Organic extracts can be helpful as well. Just be sure to check the quality of product before purchasing.
Climbing is an intensive and all-committing sport where the body has to be able to support itself with continual movement and energy while ascending the wall. Good training and increased flexibility support climbers but on truly committing routes, it’s essential to keep the body well fed and well hydrated to be able to perform at the maximum capacity, especially on the longest routes.
My favorite style of climbing is in the alpine realm. Alpine climbing involves long routes, usually in a moderate grade, all day continuous climbing, and being able to perform and survive in harsh temperatures, whether on an exposed sunny face, or a cold, snow swept, and windy summit. The food that we carry with us on big peaks or tall rock pillars reflects the changing conditions and the task at hand.
Rock Climbing Tips for Beginners by Guest Contributor Gif Zafred
Are you interested in trying rock climbing? Have you already been to the climbing gym once or twice and were amazed at how hard it felt the first time while the more experienced climbers seemed to float up the wall? Here are three tips aimed at beginner rock climbers that will help you build confidence, have more fun, be able to climb longer due to reduced fatigue, and help you succeed with your first few climbs.
Our friends at WODShop.com will be showcasing crossFIXE at the OC Throwdown. Be sure to stop by their booth! They might even have some samples of climbOn Bar, climbOn Creme, crossFIXE HANDS, or crossFIXE MUSCLE for you.
My name is Keagan Barnes,
I am a teen world champion cross trainer and in cross training having my hands ripping and getting blisters all the time isn't too fun. I was fortunate enough to come across crossFIXE. I have been using crossFIXE HANDS for about 3 weeks now and it has been amazing to see how quickly my hands can heal from all of the harsh activity done with them.
We were luckily enough to have Professional Climbers and Team SKINourishment Athletes Tommy Caldwell and Jonathan Siegrist at Outdoor Retailer. While trade shows are a lot of hard work there's always lots of fun to be had.
While attending Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2013 we handed out samples. Here's a video of a gentlemen trying crossFIXE MUSCLE paste for the first time. This is also known as RIDICULOUS! in the spray and balm form.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 6 to 9 p.m. we will be attending Candlelit Body Love Yoga and You.
Host Lindsey Smith is an holistic health coach, author and speaker. As the author of "Junk Food, Junk Moods" Lindsey set out the way we think about our bodies.