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Your Illustrated Guide to CrossFit

We’ve written about CrossFit quite a bit. Because — especially for the beginner — there’s a lot to learn. Like, what the lingo means. The myths. The workouts. The gear. And, how to stay injury-free. And this infographic created by eReplacementParts with the foundational movements, WODs and benefits of CrossFit breaks it all down in a really cool, illustrated way. Source: eReplacementParts.com Another benefit of CrossFit that I can personally attest to? Improved self confidence and an overall feeling of badassness. It’s my favorite benefit, in fact. —Jenn

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Why You Should Walk Your Dog (or Someone Else’s) Today

Taking your dog (or someone else’s) for a walk is seriously awesome for the both of you. And this post written by Casey Dickson, community member at Rover.com — which is the nation’s largest network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers — breaks down why. These days exercise takes many forms, and many of them are expensive. From gym memberships to studio classes, it can be hard to find a consistent workout regimen that fits within a reasonable budget (and that you work into a long-term routine). We all know that walking and moving around in general is good …

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How a Flatlander Trains to Run Up a Mountain

FBGs, welcome our newest contributor: Nichole Curran! Nichole is a thrill-seeking two-time Ironman triathlete and Ironman 70.3 World Championship qualifier, and today she’s sharing the new challenge she’s taking on — Pikes Peak Ascent and Marathon — and how she’s training for it even though she lives far from the mountains! According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, flatland is defined as “a region in which the land is predominantly flat and lacks significant variation in elevation.” Wiktionary breaks it down further, describing a flatlander as “a person who lives at low altitude (used by those living at higher altitudes).” Now I …

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Power Songs That’ll Take Your Workout Into Overdrive

You know when you’re in the middle of a workout and the PERFECT workout song comes on? And your energy level goes from this … via GIPHY to this … ? via GIPHY Well, today, we’ve got a whole playlist of workout songs that do just that. They all have awesome can’t-quit/gotta get-movin’ lyrics, a driving beat that builds and intensity that just makes you want to go full-out beast mode. Get the full Power Playlist here or below! Now, these are the power songs that get us moving, but we want to add even more tracks to make this …

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Podcast Episode 44: Devyn Sisson and ‘Kitchen Intuition’

In this episode we have a fun chat with self-taught chef and self-declared “foodie extraordinaire” Devyn Sisson. Devyn recently wrote Kitchen Intuition, and is the daughter of Mark Sisson of Mark’s Daily Apple. So, it’s pretty darn safe to say that she was indoctrinated into a healthy lifestyle at a young age. In fact, Devyn became so consumed with eating perfectly that she developed an eating disorder called Orthorexia Nervosa, which is an obsession with healthy eating where sufferers are so worried about any possible negatives in their food choices that can’t enjoy eating anything. While studying for her Master’s in Spiritual …

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Sweat (and More!)

Ever wondered if you sweat more than the normal person? Why sweat from some areas (ew) smells worse than when it’s from other areas? And what you can do about it if you are a hot, sweaty mess even when you’re not in the gym? This infographic from Fitness Review breaks it all down! Learn anything new? I didn’t know that about caffeine and sweat. Good thing I don’t mind working up a good sweat at the gym — not sure I’ll ever give up my morning cup of Joe. Ha! —Jenn

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Review: Life’s Too Short to Go So F*cking Slow

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Immediately after I finished Susan Lacke’s new book (it’ll be out in November, so pre-order now!), Life’s Too Short to Go So F*cking Slow, I sent her an email. Susan wrote for us from 2012-2016, and I’ve always found her to be not only a great writer but also one of the most hilarious people around — the kind of person that will say something so funny that your green smoothie shoots right out of your nose. And her book? It’s all that and more. Susan tells the story of her unlikely friendship with her uber fit boss Carlos, who helps …

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