This page contains links to apps, books, podcasts and other things we find useful. We often get asked: what app do you use for (fill in the blank)? Little by little we gathered a list of the most requested items and here they are!
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A timer app with many extra features. Use your voice to track your training. Includes detailed descriptions of handstand and conditioning drills for different levels of practice.
iMuscle 2 provides users with the ability to zoom into an area on their 3D human body and tap on a muscle to reveal exercise and stretches targeted to the development and/or rehabilitation of that specific muscle.
A full-featured anatomical reference app that includes male and female models, with 11 systems and 8,200 anatomical structures. The app is fully 3D, meaning that you can view any structure in isolation, as well as for any angle.
Nomad Life Apps
A collection of apps and websites we use to find a place to sleep while living on the road. No one app is perfect. The combination has proven to be very useful when searching for a place to stay nearby.
iOverlander is a database of places for overlanders and travelers. It includes camping, hotels, restaurants, mechanics, water, propane filling and may other categories. Details are listed for each place, including amenities, photos, date last visited and GPS coordinates.
Go farther with confidence. With 600,000+ miles of open trails for you to discover with your dirt bike, enduro, moto, adventure bike, dual sport, trail bike, ATV, side by side, UTV, SxS, 4X4, 4WD.
Rest stops are not our favorite place to stay. But they do offer the comfort of bathrooms and running water. They can often be a good place to stay if you need to stay near a city and don't want to be asked to moved during the middle of the night.
Other Travel Apps
We couldn't find the a link to the app. So here is a link to the website. A collection of trails with images, topo maps and other useful information.
MTB Project is a comprehensive mountain biking guide - with offline maps, full GPS route info, elevation profiles, interactive features, photos, and more.
Traveling with a group? Keep track of your expenses here and forget moving money back and forth with every purchase.
Some of our favorite gear. We use them on the road, while traveling and adventuring.
We have been using these reservoirs since they were 'Geigerrig' for hiking and also everyday nomad life. There are the most durable and effective water bladders we have tested. We started hanging them in the backseat of the Peace Love Car for easy access to water. In SlackerVan we installed one inside the fridge. Added a permanent hose coming out of the fridge, so we can drink cold water with ease.
Raquel started using this cushion blister care when hiking the Road to Santiago over 10 years ago. We have not found a more effective product to prevent and heal blisters.
The Armaid is a lever that lets you effectively apply the trigger point therapy technique. It can help you prevent and recover from maladies such as Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow, Tendinitis, and De Quervain's syndrome. Get 10% off using code: yogaslackers and following this link.
Podcasts that keep us driven
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