With only days until Obliteride 2018 you should be having “all the feels” of excitement and satisfaction this week for the hard work you’ve put into fundraising and training to get to this point. If this is your first Obliteride, take this week to embrace any added anxiousness, jitters, or excitement for what you are about to experience. There truly is no other ride in … Continue reading Your 2018 Obliteride Nutrition Cheat Sheet!
If there is only one thing you take away from any of the nutritional tips and recommendations I’ve shared so far on the Obliteride Blog, (check out previous posts here: macros, digestion, hydration) this would this – hit the pillow and rack up anywhere from 7-9 hours of quality sleep each night. Studies show that sleeping 7 – 9 hours every night may improve your … Continue reading If you only do ONE thing for performance and recovery, make sure it’s this…
Did you know that water is most common nutritional deficiency among the American population? In fact, studies show that about 75% of Americans walk around dehydrated on a daily basis. (1) The studies do not share if these individuals are active or not, but as an athlete, you will need to consume more water and balance your electrolytes more than a non-active individual. In fact, … Continue reading This miracle mineral will do wonders for your hydration
People do not give because an organization has needs. Rather, people give to bold, heroic programs. Fred Hutch has been built on bold programs like bone marrow transplant, immunotherapy and Cord blood expansion. Your participation in Obliteride is a vehicle to connect your community to the bold work that is taking place at the Hutch labs. We have an audacious goal of finding curative therapies … Continue reading Preparing to Make a Big Ask
Stephanie Henderson and Whitney Hazzard, members of the Fred Hutch Philanthropy team, sat down to answer ten fundraising questions on Obliteriders’ minds. Use these ideas as a launching pad for successful fundraising year! 1. My husband and I are both riding this year and we share the same contacts. I don’t like asking the same people to donate double. Are there any additional ideas to … Continue reading Ask a Professional Fundraiser: Fred Hutch fundraisers answer Obliteriders’ questions
People in the Northwest now have a new way to help fight cancer. They can lace up their sneakers and join Fred Hutch Obliteride to support the lifesaving work at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center through a new 5K walk. Thousands of people have pedaled in Obliteride and raised more than $12 million for Fred Hutch since the annual cycling event began in 2013. This … Continue reading New 5k Walk to Help Cure Cancer
There’s nothing more uncomfortable than realizing, mid ride, that the coffee you drank or the ride food you recently ate is not sitting well in your stomach. With every pedal stroke there’s a nauseating turn in your stomach. You start to lose focus on your cadence. Your heart is pounding louder, and louder. Sweat is now pouring out from every single pore on your … Continue reading How To Improve Your Digestion and Keep On Training!