If There Was a Magic Bullet to Being Healthy, Would You Take It?

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What if it was completely effortless to stay fit? I’m talking a parallel universe: goodbye, healthy food choices and active lifestyle; hello, anything goes! Contrary to advertising B.S., there is no magic bullet or single supplement that can keep a body fit, but what if there was? Would you take …
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Dog in Teddy Bear Suit Works Out … and Is the Cutest Thing Ever

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Dogs are cute. Dogs dressed up as teddy bears are cute. So, a dog dressed up as a Teddy bear that's working out on a treadmill? Well, just stop there right now. WE CANNOT TAKE THE CUTENESS. The dog's name? Munchkin the Teddy Bear. We die! Have a pet video you love that puts a smile on your …
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Walking With Luck

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Dogs have got it figured out. They don’t run, play and generally move their furry little bodies because they have to. Daily exercise for our canine companions is not a study in tedium or a necessary chore; it’s a thing to celebrate. For my dog Lucky (aka Luck, Lou, Lucky Lou, Lubus, the Lubasonic …
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March Madness Basketball Workout (No Skill Required!)

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Are you feeling all kinds of motivated with March Madness and the insane amount of awesome basketball that comes with it? Every year around this time, I find myself wanting to hit the court to see if any of my mad skillz have survived the test of time. And this year, I decided to get out there early …
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Coach Jason Fitzgerald Answers Your Burning Running Questions

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Running is both a simple and complex sport. But that’s why we love it! Just lace up your shoes and you’re ready to go. Or, if you want to totally geek out, you can dive into its complexities and nerd out on personal best times, injury prevention strategies or how to conquer your first …
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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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