The Scale Lied to Me

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Jenn and I are always saying that you shouldn't let the scale make or break you. After all, you shouldn't let some silly number on some hunk of metal ruin your day, right? I've been following our anti-diet rules, weighing in at most once a week or so, and typically even less than that. When I …
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Workout Motivation and a Way to Kick Things Up a Notch

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The following workout motivation post is sponsored by ebay. For our sponsored post policy, click here. We've been working with eBay on some healthy living guides and collections for the coming holiday season, so not only is it a treasure trove of great fit tips over there, but we've also got …
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Marathon Cheater Gets Caught (Much To Our Amusement)

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This is a news story too hilarious not to share. And while cheating is seriously uncool, the specific details of this particular story had me laughing for days. A 31-year-old woman who "won" a marathon was disqualified when her race stats came under fire as --- well, impossible. Here are a few of …
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The Appetite Always Wins

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Right now, I'm six or so weeks postpartum. I think I've got about 15 or 20 pounds to lose --- although I'm not sure because I'm avoiding the scale. (You'll see why in a minute.) Getting my post-baby body back has been about No. 2,309 on my list of priorities. The top five priorities are as …
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Workout I Did: Quick Upper Body Circuit

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As I write this update, the new addition to my family is one month old. I just had my follow-up postpartum appointment with my doctor, and while I didn't get the total "all clear" to exercise due to some residual shooting thigh and pelvic pain that's leftover from pregnancy, I'm going to slowly …
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