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New Year’s Resolutions: Finding Balance & Health In 2023

December 21, 20222 min read

Most often the New Year brings a New Year resolution. The majority of us will vow to stick to a healthier routine, lose some of the Holiday pounds and get in shape. 

Personally, I prefer to get my workouts outside of the usual gym setting. For me, the gym can create more anxiety than what I’m already trying to work through for the day. 

Am I wearing the right outfit? Do I know how to use this machine? 

Is someone looking at me grunting while I lift this heavyweight? 

It’s all too much. 


I prefer to find balance and health in an outdoor environment. #1 on my list for a good workout is a nice hike. 

San Diego offers some of the most beautiful scenery and trails to hit. One of my favorite winter hikes is the 3 Sisters Waterfall in Ramona.

The hike is a fairly challenging 5.5-mile trail, which is why it’s perfect for winter. Winter also offers more water and a chance to see the waterfalls flowing. It will take you through a vigorous mountain path. After a good rainy season, the area is reminiscent of Jurassic Park. You are transported away from any evidence of City life and emerged into desolate nature. The halfway mark before turning around is the reward…the gorgeous watering hole and waterfall. A great place to rest, have a snack, and put your feet in the water. 

For the brave…you can jump into the freezing cold water and find the refreshment you may need to get you back up the mountains. 
 
A few helpful hints if you’re thinking you’re up for the challenge: 
*Bring plenty of water. There are no available drinking sources on this trail.
*Wear a hat that provides proper sun protection. You will be in the direct sun due to a lack of shade. 
*A permit is necessary for this hike and will need to be purchased ahead of time. Follow the link below for more information regarding parking and purchasing. 
*Even though there are only a limited number of permits available this is still a high-traffic hike. Be kind to fellow hikers and mind the rules of the trails.
*Rattlesnakes…on a hotter day it’s a good possibility that you will cross paths with our least favorite “nope rope” slitherer. Keep your eyes open and remember to stomp your feet in high-brush areas. 

Good luck! 
 

I hope you all have a happy and healthy New Year. Set goals for whatever makes you happy and stick to them. You deserve it. 

San Diego
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New Year’s Resolutions: Finding Balance & Health In 2023

December 21, 20222 min read

Most often the New Year brings a New Year resolution. The majority of us will vow to stick to a healthier routine, lose some of the Holiday pounds and get in shape. 

Personally, I prefer to get my workouts outside of the usual gym setting. For me, the gym can create more anxiety than what I’m already trying to work through for the day. 

Am I wearing the right outfit? Do I know how to use this machine? 

Is someone looking at me grunting while I lift this heavyweight? 

It’s all too much. 


I prefer to find balance and health in an outdoor environment. #1 on my list for a good workout is a nice hike. 

San Diego offers some of the most beautiful scenery and trails to hit. One of my favorite winter hikes is the 3 Sisters Waterfall in Ramona.

The hike is a fairly challenging 5.5-mile trail, which is why it’s perfect for winter. Winter also offers more water and a chance to see the waterfalls flowing. It will take you through a vigorous mountain path. After a good rainy season, the area is reminiscent of Jurassic Park. You are transported away from any evidence of City life and emerged into desolate nature. The halfway mark before turning around is the reward…the gorgeous watering hole and waterfall. A great place to rest, have a snack, and put your feet in the water. 

For the brave…you can jump into the freezing cold water and find the refreshment you may need to get you back up the mountains. 
 
A few helpful hints if you’re thinking you’re up for the challenge: 
*Bring plenty of water. There are no available drinking sources on this trail.
*Wear a hat that provides proper sun protection. You will be in the direct sun due to a lack of shade. 
*A permit is necessary for this hike and will need to be purchased ahead of time. Follow the link below for more information regarding parking and purchasing. 
*Even though there are only a limited number of permits available this is still a high-traffic hike. Be kind to fellow hikers and mind the rules of the trails.
*Rattlesnakes…on a hotter day it’s a good possibility that you will cross paths with our least favorite “nope rope” slitherer. Keep your eyes open and remember to stomp your feet in high-brush areas. 

Good luck! 
 

I hope you all have a happy and healthy New Year. Set goals for whatever makes you happy and stick to them. You deserve it. 

San Diego

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