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Tribesports is getting more attractive! There have been a couple of changes around site which should make your experience on Tribes, Challenges and user profiles much more fluid.

Your profile can now be personalized with your own background image and your profile picture can be enlarged too. The new boxes at the top of your profile allow you to search your Challenges, Tribes, Discussions, Q&As, Guides and Photos direct from your profile. We've neatened up your medal cabinet so user profiles...

Posted by Steve R on 30 April 2013 at 12:30 PM • Read more »

Can exercise be used to help fight depression?

Justin Matheson is a psychology student in Montreal who is recovering from depression and anxiety through a mixture of lifestyle choices and psychotherapy. He's written this article to outline how exercise can be beneficial in overcoming depression:

Justin Matheson: Anxiety Really Sucks
I chose exercise over medications, but it’s not the right choice for everyone - always make sure to talk to your doctor. I am the author of the blog Anxiety Really Sucks
 which is about recovering from anxiety and living a healthier life.

Depress...

Posted by Justin Matheson of Anxiety Really Sucks under Wellbeing on 29 April 2013 at 11:00 PM • Read more »

Monday Inspiration - Mats Wilander French Open 1982

It is a well trodden path - The unseeded, unknown and unfancied entry who knocks out every seeded opponent he comes across, reaches the final and beats the form player in the world to win from seemingly nowhere. It's an age old success story that has been seen on quite a few occasions throughout the years. Just look at Goran Ivanisavic at Wimbledon in 2001, coming from a wildcard entry, to beat Pat Cash in an epic final. However, how many of these have been seventeen years old and competing i...

Posted by Neil B under Tennis on 28 April 2013 at 11:00 PM • Read more »

Balance your muscles with yoga postures

Physically balanced bodies require you to exercise complimentary muscles. This is why yoga postures often come in pairs which will counter each other, building balance in your muscles.

In different disciplines of yoga, there is a common theme of counteracting and balance one posture with another - perhaps the most famous example of this would be in Sun Salutation which is often used as a warm up or day-starting yoga sequence. It demonstrates the yin-yang nature of yoga in regards to how you...

Posted by Cags R under Yoga on 27 April 2013 at 11:00 PM • Read more »

StoopidTall Bike

StoopidTall is a 14.5 foot tall bike ridden by Richie Trimble at CicLAvia last weekend. Check out this awesome rider's-view video which shows some of the epic views along Venice Beach and some nail-biting moments attempting traffic light trackstands from 14.5 ft:

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"It’s not a daily commuter. It’s not a weekend bike. It’s a special event bike and you need a support crew to work with." - Richie Trimble

Last Sunday, around 150,000 cyclists took to the streets of LA in what was the 6t...

Posted by Cags R under Cycling on 26 April 2013 at 11:00 PM • Read more »

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