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Pack Rafting in Alaska's Denali National Park
Pack Rafting in Alaskas Denali National Park
Alaska's backcountry wildreness is an expansive world filled with beauty, wide open views and adventure. In the second part of Motion's Alaska special, Greg Aiello and three of his old friends explore Denali National Park and Preserve together, hiking through tundra, climbing Calico Pass and floating on the Sanctuary River.
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Exploring Mexico's Espiritu Santo Island
Exploring Mexicos Espiritu Santo Island
The Motion crew explores Espiritu Santo Island, which is located just off the coast of La Paz on the southern end of Baja Mexico. The beautiful scenery, turquoise waters, white sandy beaches and unforgettable encounters with marine life, make this an incredible trip. And, for guest hiker Kit it was a chance to connect with the memory of her father in a very special way.
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Motion's Look Back at Five-Year Adventurous Journey
Motions Look Back at Five-Year Adventurous Journey
Greg Aiello and the Motion crew celebrate their 100th episode of Motion with a heart-felt look back at five years of exploring America's national parks and wild places. With never-before-seen footage and hilarious behind-the-scenes outtakes, relive some of the special moments that made Motion a fan-favorite series on the Live Well Network.
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The Host
Greg Aiello is the host of the Live Well Network's Motion.
Make-up

Organize Your Bathroom

How to Clear the Clutter and Organize Your Bathroom
If your bathroom is cluttered and disorganized, here are some great tips from a professional organizer.
Food

The Evil Behind Energy Foods

The Evil Behind Energy Foods
Nutritionist Theresa Albert shares the evil behind these energy snacks, and offers healthier alternatives.
Desserts

How To Make Cake Pops

How To Make Cake Pops
Cake pops are the new rage. You can order them for up to four dollars each or make a whole batch for four bucks in your own kitchen.