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Our blog contains anything from health and fitness tips to camping necessities and stories. Browse through hundreds of posts to read up on everything there is to know about outdoor sports, hunting hot spots, school activities, fitness inspirations, and more.


To The Hunt!

09/22/2015 | 08:22 AM

It’s autumn and hunting season is upon us. Let Dunham’s help you prepare.   From the green hills of Appalachia to the forests of the upper Midwest, sporting men and women look forward to autumn and the hunt. Nature paints the forest in gold, brown and red, the weather turns cool, and there’s a crispness […]

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NBA Rookie Transition Program

09/15/2015 | 07:31 AM

[Written by Greg Kelser].   Greg Kelser graduated from Michigan State University and along with Earvin “Magic” Johnson captained the Spartans to the 1979 NCAA basketball championship defeating Larry Bird and the Indiana State Sycamores. That same year Gregory was named both All-America 1st Team and Academic All-America 1st Team, the first in MSU’s basketball […]

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09/09/2015 | 09:32 AM

[Written by Peter Nielsen].   Bicycling is a popular activity — especially in the summer — and it’s gaining popularity. It’s a great, low-impact, aerobic exercise that can be just as effective as running, without the knee pain. A 135-pound woman who bikes 6 miles a half hour burns 242 calories in a half hour, […]

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Controlling Your Body Temperature

09/01/2015 | 09:25 AM

[Written by Peter Nielsen].   Working out in the heat creates additional challenges for our ability to maintain fitness regimens. After a cold winter of longing for summer, we can find ourselves overwhelmed when summer really kicks into high gear. That’s because of how we normally regulate our temperature. Knowing how your body regulates its […]

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Feeling The Heat!

08/25/2015 | 12:33 PM

[Written by Peter Nielsen].   Temperatures are rising and it is important to remember that exercising in hot weather can put additional stress on your body. If you don’t take care when exercising in the heat, you can endanger your long-term health.   You may want to tweak your workout to prevent heat-related problems such […]

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Mix Up Your Workout with Prints

08/18/2015 | 07:38 AM

Lets face it—a workout routine can get boring. There are a lot of ways you can mix it up to keep things interesting. You could try a new class at your gym or start working out with a friend. But have you ever thought of changing up what you wear?   This season, there’s a […]

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From a Game to a Sport

08/11/2015 | 03:58 PM

The Evolution of Pickleball   Bainbridge Island is a small city in the Pacific Northwest. A short ferry ride from the rolling forests and mountains of Washington, it’s known for its beautiful geography dotted with beaches, bluffs, lagoons and dunes. What is less commonly known about the island is that it’s the birthplace of pickleball; […]

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Playing Dental Defense

08/04/2015 | 07:29 AM

Tooth and gum injuries are painful, expensive and debilitating. An advanced mouthguard is a must for gridiron warriors.   Football is America’s favorite sport, but it’s also a demanding one. The high level of physical contact requires the best in protective gear, and given the sensitivity of the mouth and jaw, a premium mouthguard is […]

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Whistling Straits Hosts 2015 PGA Championship

07/28/2015 | 03:50 PM

Midwest venue offers links-Style course, jaw-dropping scenery.   The 2015 PGA Championship returns to our neck of the woods: the Straits course at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, August 13-16. The site has held numerous professional tournaments, including the 2004 and 2010 PGA Championships and the 2007 U.S. Senior Open. In 2020, it is scheduled […]

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