Shoe Review: Teva Churn Evo


You know the Sex and the City episode where Carrie sees a pair of shoes in a shop window and says, "Hello, lover"? I may have said something similar to my most recent pair of shoes to review. But you can't prove it. I'm fairly outdoorsy—I always have been—and I don't know how many Teva sandals …
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What’s Your Favorite Race Distance?


We've been chatting a lot about running races lately. First, we've recently had pieces on how to run a 5K and how to run a 10K, and here in just a little more than a month, we FBGs will be running a 10K in Brooklyn! Not to mention that in the coming weeks, we'll be sharing how you can train to run a …
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Who’s on Tish’s Personal Health Professional Wish List?

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A few weeks back, one of our fave bloggers Peanut Butter Fingers posed a really good question: If you could have any sort of personal health professional, who would you choose? Since last month we talked fitness bucket lists for our Question of the Week, this time, we decided to tackle this slightly …
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Ask the FBGs: I Need Weight-Loss Help!


Today we’re featuring an Ask the FBGs post. This feature allows readers like you to ask the FBGs for advice. Nothing is off limits, although we do prefer that it’s fitness or nutrition related, so send your undying health questions to [email protected] You just might see them posted …
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How to Run a 10K (Yes, You Really Can Do It!)

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So you ran your first 5K, and now you're ready for another challenge? Well, then, I see your 5K, and I double it. If you've already run a 5K race but don't feel quite ready to tackle a half marathon, the 10K is the obvious choice. The good news is the 6.2 miles will be easier to train for than …
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We Go to Butt School, Pop Physique’s Cardio Butt School (With Giveaway!)

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For obvious reasons, we like workouts that target the buttocks area. (Yes, I just said "buttocks" in all seriousness.) While your rump doesn't have to look a certain way to be considered "fit bottomed," it does have to get moving (with a lot of self love back behind it—pun fully intended!). And …
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