You Can Do 26.2

How To Train For Your First Marathon

(Editor’sNote: This is the first in a series of articles by Kyle Visin that will appear in subsequent months leading up to the Santa Barbara International Marathon.)

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Family Fitness Fun

With School Out, Why Stay In?

Summertime in Santa Barbara spells longer days to play and an endless array of outdoor activities. Here are some recommendations when it comes to embracing fun and fitness while creating happy and healthy family memories.

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A Local TRI-umph

The winning ways of Santa Barbara’s multisport mainstay

Summer in Santa Barbara. Everyone who calls this hamlet home has a favorite way to celebrate the season. Some party through the parade of festivals that fall during these months, while others commemorate the longer days by delightfully doing nothing. For local endurance athletes, however, summer is a revelry of racing that culminates with a singular event—the Santa Barbara Triathlon.

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A Beast of a Week

No longer content to just finish a race, local Spartan competitor Michael Lewis wants to win one. And a Spartan Beast at that. SB-Fitness Magazine asked him to share his weekly training routine. Careful what you ask for.

1000 crunches

3000 push-ups

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The Spartan Race Revolution

Redefining what it means to be a weekend warrior

Think remaining committed to working out a few times a week is tough? Imagine the mindset required to train to exhaustion hours a day every day. For thirty-two years. With the high probability of dying when done.

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