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018 – Interview with Arj Barker

  American comedian Arj Barker (Twitter arjbarker, Facebook Arj Barker, Myspace arjbarker, YouTube Arj Barker, www.arjbarker.com) tells us how he prepares himself for a show, how he keep his energy up while on tour and his other passion….mountain biking. To...

A Lucky Find While I Was Away From Home

  So keep in touch and “Crank Up Your Life”. WEBSITE http://sportsadventure.com.au FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/sportsadvent… INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/rods_sports… G+ http://tinyurl.com/zxnlz2y About The Author Rod Bucton, mountain...

017 – Interview with Kate Johansson (Koja Health)

Kate gives us her expert advice on how to improve digestion, achieve brighter skin, more energy as well as her secret about good nutrition and what else is in store for Koja Health in future. To hear the full interview, simply press play button below (make sure your...

Everyday food for fuel: how to power your ride

  Mountain biking can be a strenuous, demanding activity. According to LIVESTRONG.com, riding 15 miles per hour on a flat or slightly inclined surface – about the equivalent of moderate mountain biking – burns 526 calories per hour for a 145-lb. rider. Naturally,...

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THE MAN BEHIND SPORTS ADVENTURE

Rod has always lead a healthy life, with a balanced diet and regular exercise – mountain biking, trail running & kayaking – forming a very important part of his weekly routine.

He started riding mountain bikes in the late 1990’s both socially and in competition in events such as cross country and 12 hour team endurance events as well as short distance and overnight mountain bike orienteering events.
He has owned and ridden a range of mountain bikes from full rigid, to hardtail (front suspension) to dual suspension (front & rear suspension) and has attended bicycle maintenance and riding courses to ensure he is able to get the most out of this fantastic sport.

Having previously held a senior position in a national architectural practice, Rod believes this lifestyle enabled him to better manage the high stress role as well as being a better husband and a better father.

However when he fell ill with Lyme Disease in 2012 his life and that of his family changed dramatically forever.

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