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Dready Athletes

Ever try to fit your dreads under a bike helmet, or swim the .5 Mile pulling big heavy sponges behind you? Talk about it here.

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What sports are you most involved in?

Started by Didjeridurian. Last reply by arran craig Sep 16. 21 Replies

Tell us what sport is your favorite, what you are best at, how you train, etc.

Bicycle Touring

Started by Didjeridurian Apr 2, 2010. 0 Replies

I am planning a trip from South Eastern PA up to Upstate NY. I am going up to Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen NY. I am leaving the Suburban Philly (Doylestown) area and ending about 5 minutes west of…Continue

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Comment by Christopher Laird on September 8, 2011 at 9:12pm

I am a swimmer, boxer, and martial artist this is my first journey into dreadiness. So, I am open to all advice and tips you guys are willing to offer. I am also a bit of a wanderer so yeah I'm awkward ummm  thanks and Namaste'

Comment by BeeSaav on August 9, 2010 at 11:38pm
How to tell my Cheer coach i got dreads over the summer?

I completely forgot that we all have to be pretty Uniform in cheer...
what do i tell my coach when we get back from summer recess? lol
Comment by karen on August 8, 2010 at 12:11am
Hey :)
Anyone here use a hoodie for surfing?...i live in ireland so its cold in the winter, I cant imagine a normal hood will fit over my dreads so im thinking i can get a wetsuit band for stopping my ears falling off...anyone use something like this? Strangely i dont know any dreadie surfers!
Comment by Holypipi on June 3, 2010 at 12:46pm
It's the best sensation ever :)

Comment by Holypipi on June 3, 2010 at 12:45pm
I love bodyboarding!... My dreads just get heavy with the water, so i have to tight them back so it can dry faster and avoid getting hit in the face with the beads xD!
Comment by Andrew Harder on April 22, 2010 at 8:45pm
ok so i'm a snowboarder, also into mountainbiking, some climbing and whitewater when the opportunity arises. i'll be running again when my back heals up. oh and i got a old 10-speed/fixie project i hope to be building up over the summer

so what does a serious shredder do for training? you gotta be kidding me. there is a reason you can get PBR 40s in a case of 12 at mt hood, its because pabst should be in the nutrition pyramid of any ski town. seriously, no matter where you are from people say "oh we drink so much at home" well i have to say i rarely see it done like they do in the mountains. but back to my training regime: 7:30 roll up in the parking lot for some summer shredding on the glacier, sit out and get your gear in line. make a bowl of granola and peanut butter and wash it down with some liquid bread. then i sit and my lawn chair, lace up my boots, and put colourful zinka sunscreen on my nose, not because i need it but because it looks cool. then i sit there for a couple hours and wait for the snow to soften up. as the racers leave around 9:30 or 10:00 i clip one of their tickets and ride for free all day. then post up at camp and... you guessed it! start gettin hyphy! grab some grape soda and a cheap handle of vodka real classy like. and then go on to chain smoke an whole pack of cowboy killers.

ok... that was supposed to be funny, hope youre laughing a lil. i think snowboarders can be super committed yet the laziest athletes ever at the same time. some train super hard, i personally love going out of bounds a week after a good storm and hike for my fresh tracks. on the other hand there is a side to snowboarding known for... well, sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll. mostly just the 2nd two because if you hang out around most ski towns you will soon realize that the guy to girl ratio is terribly unbalanced toward the male gender sadly.
Comment by Pamella on March 19, 2010 at 6:45pm
My thing is running..I love to run....mostly only a couple of miles right now...My runing partner is my dog Chief..He keeps me alert...lol..Been running since 1995 on and off~
Comment by KatieK on March 1, 2010 at 4:19pm
I run 3-4 times a week. I LOVE RUNNING. It keeps me sane. makes the scalp get nasty much faster though, and after about 2 1/2 weeks of no washing I get itchy. Guess that's not too bad compared to some stories I see on the site about having the itchies. I mostly stick to treadmill running now so the wind doesn't catch my wispies so much.
 
 
 

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