Posted by Shannon in Coming Events & Recaps
on Feb 20th, 2014 | 0 comments
Twice a year, 200 Boston riders and skiers strap their gear on their cars and drive the 5 hours up to Jay Peak to enjoy the feet of packed snow at the summit and base. SBSers rip and shred the 75+ trails that make Jay Peak one of the premiere mountains in the Northeast.
But what do you do when the tram stops running? To make the 5 hour trek north more bearable (or should I say beerable), the parties and condo tomfoolery that go along with these amazing trips have to be taken into consideration. To prepare yourself for the fun, here are six games you can pack in your “bag of fun” that require very...
Posted by Justin Obey in Coming Events & Recaps
on Feb 4th, 2014 | 0 comments
Bostonians get the best of the best: 1-2 hours (depending on how fast you drive and where you’re going) from the Cape for those Summer beach days and 2 – 3 hours away from some of the finest skiing the East Coast has to offer.
Since launching Social Boston Sports in 2007, ski trips have been integral to what the community is all about. Specifically, weekend trips spent skiing, riding, and partying with lots of SBS-ers up North. By this point, there are thousands of Boston young professionals that have experienced the splendor of a SBS weekend ski trip, but there are still many more who ask,...
Posted by Maggie Walsh in Coming Events & Recaps
on Jan 29th, 2014 | 0 comments
Let’s set the scene. You’re leaving work Friday, there just so happens to be a cold front moving in and you’re thinking to yourself – there’s no way anyone is going out in this weather. Perhaps you’re right. BUT maybe, just maybe, there is a way to get your friends out and about this winter. A little cold is no reason to stop the party now, is it? Each year, we know winter is coming. It’s going to be cold and it’s certainly going to snow so don’t fret! There are plenty of ways to keep that warm-weather energy going even when you’re freezing your behind off because...
Posted by Shannon in Coming Events & Recaps, Lifestyle
on Jan 23rd, 2014 | 0 comments
Now that winter weather has arrived, it’s easy to curse mother nature’s erratic weather patterns and go curl up by a fire, hibernating until the spring comes around again. Before you lose the memory of that summer tan completely, consider bundling up and getting outside. Here are 5 ways to stay warm and stay active by pretending it’s summer in the winter!
S’Mores by a fire pit - Okay so this isn’t the most active activity, but it’s the most delicious. Grab your graham, marshmallow, and chocolate to toast your delicious treat. To ramp the experience up a notch, pump...
Posted by Andrew Husband in Coming Events & Recaps, Community
on Jan 22nd, 2014 | 0 comments
So it all came down to the final play. I slowly dropped my arm and thrust it towards the opposite board. The bag sailed through the air in a smooth arc. The other league members–defeated but festive–stood waiting with drinks in hand. Celebration was immanent, but the team to be celebrated remained unknown.
Six weeks prior, my teammate Andy and I arrived at Clery’s in the Back Bay for what would be our second game of cornhole, ever. Our first had come during that summer at a friend’s house party. I’d seen New England beachgoers with boards and bags on numerous occasions,...
Posted by Maggie Walsh in Lifestyle
on Jan 20th, 2014 | 0 comments
The Classic Cytocake by Ryan and Sara Hall
Olympic marathoner Ryan Hall and professional middle-distance runner Sara Hall shared with us their favorite pre- and post-workout meal! This simple and delicious recipe will leave you fueled for your workout and feeling great. Check out their recipe below:
Makes one large, single-serving pancake
** If you’re in a rush as we usually are, you can substitute the first 3 ingredients for 1/3 cup of your favorite pancake mix. Bisquick Heart Smart works great! Pamela’s is a great gluten free pancake mix.
1/3 cup of your favorite pancake mix