One of the benefits of living in the South, and in Alabama in particular, is that we have the ability to get outdoors year-round for most activities.
If you’re like me, the recent events in the world have made you long for the days when getting outside in a new destination seemed less daunting.
Getting outdoors and being active has been key to physical and mental health during the recent pandemic. More and more, people are getting outside on the roads and trails for the first time. It’s important to remember that there is proper etiquette for using and sharing the roads, sidewalks, pathways, and trails throughout our state. Here are a few ways to show courtesy to your fellow #100ALMILES participants.
This month we have a guest blogger, Dan Truitt, one of our awesome Ambassadors. Dan is a paddler in North Alabama and can be followed on Instagram: @southern.paddler
In these uncertain times, getting outdoors and being active is crucial to mental and physical health.
Grey skies and chilly temperatures often make it a challenge to lace up the shoes and get outside. Any number of excuses can roll through your head and keep you safely on your couch.
Technology is everywhere now, including almost every aspect of the 100 Alabama Miles Challenge.