5 Ways I’m Staying Flexible This Year

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This sponsored post is written by me on behalf of Stayfree®. The opinions and text are all mine. It's well documented that I'm not the most flexible Fit Bottomed Girl in the house. I love yoga, but I tend to go for the strength and power variety instead of the bendy kind. And, I can sometimes …
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Workout I Did: Post-Surgery Seated Sweat Sesh

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As an athlete, 2014 was one of my worst years. Mostly because of this: You see, one thing I didn't mention in last month's Workout I Did post, where I talked about hiking The Lord of The Rings' Mount Doom in New Zealand, was that I rolled my ankle during the hike. Because we were six miles …
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Third Trimester Pregnancy Workout Modifications: Weeks 33-38

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Holy goodness am I pregnant now. I recently wrote over on Fit Bottomed Mamas about how I have more of everything --- and I definitely have more baby in that belly. (And I'm writing this in early February, so by now, I could either have a baby out in the world or still be pregnant and have even …
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Where My Fit Bottom Saves (and Splurges!) on Fitness

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Looking at my cluttered desk and the chaos around my house, you'd never really know I was a minimalist. But in theory, I am. I've never been one for material items and I don't love to shop. I don't need the nicest shoes or clothes. In fact, until kids came along, my husband and I preferred to …
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Try It at Home: Bust a Move Dance and Strength Workout

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I'm really enjoying the triathlon off-season this year. I'm still getting out on my bike now and again, and I've gotten in some great runs this winter, but I've also been making yoga, strength training and dance classes a much more regular thing. Specifically, I've been hitting hip hop classes as …
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How to Support Your Endurance Athlete

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Deciding to compete in an endurance event is a big deal. When I first started contemplating the half-Iron distance, my coach made things very clear: Be prepared to sacrifice other aspects of your life for at least three or four months leading up to the race, or just don't bother. And he was right …
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