OS1st Blog

How Sergio Florian set a record and built community during the pandemic

Posted by Stephanie Lee on

How Sergio Florian set a record and built community during the pandemic
Team OS1st member and physical therapist, Sergio Florianset the record for running the perimeter of his home island of Oahu, Hawaii. He ran the island in 27 hours and 15 minutes beating the previous record of 32 hours, 55 minutes, and 33 seconds. His motivation? Challenge himself and inspire his patients.

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OS1st March Virtual Running Challenge

Posted by Josh Higgins on

OS1st March Virtual Running Challenge

Runners should complete at least one 5, 10, or 15K run on their own, and track their activity on the Strava app as a member of the OS1st Club. The app can be downloaded on most smart phones to track runs outside or indoors by using the GPS on your mobile phone or wearable GPS technology. 

All you have to do is join the OS1st Strava club, and then log your activity on the app from March 14-20, you will be entered to win one of ten prize packs!  

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OS1st January Virtual Running Challenge

Posted by Josh Higgins on

OS1st January Virtual Running Challenge
The OS1st Virtual Running Challenge is back for round three, with 10 days of virtually uniting runners who are safely training/racing, on their own, outdoors or at home, through a virtual running challenge.

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2020 Holiday Gift Guide

Posted by Josh Higgins on

2020 Holiday Gift Guide

It goes without saying that this year has been unlike any other in recent memory, and the holidays will not be immune. So, this season, more than any other, it is important for everyone to use this time to support and celebrate your local community including your local, independent stores, health care workers, first responders; your “pod” who walked this journey with you; and yourself for all you’ve overcome this year.

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How to qualify for the ElliptiGo World Championship

Posted by Josh Higgins on

How to qualify for the ElliptiGo World Championship
What exactly is an ElliptiGo bike? The “Go” combines a running, cycling, and elliptical motion while standing (read: you don’t ever get to sit down while pedaling this thing). This low-impact, full body workout builds excellent fitness and can burn more calories than a tradition cycle, outside or inside. 

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