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  • In the Spotlight: Izabel Goulart

    By Joshua Mackow on December 18, 2014
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    Name: Izabel Goulart Height: 1.77m (5ft 10 inches) Age: 30 – Born on October 23rd 1984 Measurements: (US) 33-24-35 (EU) 85-61-88 Instagram: @iza_goulart About Izabel Goulart Izabel was born in Brazil and is a former Victoria’s Secret model. Izabel Goulart is now seen as a health and fitness advocate after having been the center of a lot of modeling campaigns including

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  • Live and Ride in OC

    By Andrew Goldfarb on December 15, 2014
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    Have you ever considered what we as cyclists look like to people spectating? More times than not we will feel singled out, or targeted in situations where others display negligence directly impacting the safety of people riding bikes. After talking with a few local cyclists from the Orange County Area, it was made apparent that their biggest fear collectively was

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  • Cyclist spotlight interview

    By Andrew Goldfarb on December 13, 2014
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    Name: Michael Shrewsbury Age: 26 Instagram: Shrewzz Often times we ask ourselves, why am I doing ______? This week I was able to connect with a well known YouTube sensation, and fellow rider to ask him a few questions regarding this topic. 1. How has Cycling impacted your life? MS: Cycling has been two things mainly for me. One a

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  • 10 Tips for Cultivating Self-love

    By Emily Cummings on December 12, 2014
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    The relationship you have with yourself is the most beautiful love story of your life. But for various reasons we tend to be hard on ourselves- we all carry around a lot of pain, and a lot of stress. Learning to love yourself from the inside out is an incredible journey. Use these tips to help cultivate a practice of

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  • Improve Your PR and Your Social Life

    By Shelby Stanton on December 12, 2014
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    Joining a running club has a variety of benefits for runners! A recent issue of Runner’s Magazine highlights a running group in San Francisco and explores how running with a club can help increase an athlete’s speed. But the advantages to running with a group extend far beyond this. First, the element of safety is critical. Road running always comes

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  • Give This Winter the Cold Shoulder

    By Jon Trotter on December 10, 2014
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      EAT WELL & STAY WARM FIRST I haven’t written in a while, but I want to get started back up. Winter is coming in “hot” and while everyone is saying to bundle up, grab that pumpkin spice this, that, and the other, I want to encourage everyone to keep a routine. It is easy to gorge at Christmas parties or fall

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  • Tri Girls: Laura Miles tells us her story

    By Joshua Mackow on December 10, 2014
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    Name:  Laura Miles Instagram username: @la_la_miles Age: 36 Location: Just moved to Macon Georgia Interests:   I love to swim, bike and especially run.   I also love to dance and will dance anywhere anytime (especially just before diving into a lake for a triathlon because it reminds me to have fun.)  I enjoy travelling and exploring new places I’ve

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  • 15 Kettlebell Exercises you should use

    By Joshua Mackow on December 10, 2014
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    Kettlebells exercises can offer a highly effective workout. It can boost your overall strength and cardiovascular fitness; it can possibly increase your flexibility and balance too. We present to you 15 Kettlebell exercises that you should employ in order to harness maximum efficiency and fitness. 1. Kettlebell Deadlift It targets the glutes, quads and back. To perform it perfectly you

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  • Forget the Body, Chase the Sun

    By Kristen Egermeier on December 8, 2014
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    I’ve thought for many years about motivation.  What it is.  What it does.  What it creates-a great body, a better body, a strong body, the strongest body.  This thinking doesn’t allow  much room for longevity.  This only creates a strong possibility for the feeling of failure.  What good come from that?  Where is the positivity in that? Tonight I chased

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  • Hair Styles To And From The Gym

    By Jordan Allen on December 4, 2014
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    There are about a zillion different hair styles out there now-a-days. But when you’re throwing gym time in your daily routine, getting your hair fixed up for an event probably isn’t the best way to go, so I’m sharing some ideas for hairstyles for those days you don’t have time to worry about your hair! Okay, so first off, I

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  • Making time – We have the same 24 hours a day

    By Fiona Morris on December 4, 2014
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    We have all had those weeks, the work is piling up, routine starts to slide and we find ourselves running out of time to do the things we usually do. The first things we tend to let slip is exercise and eating right, you catch yourself thinking I can pick that back up in a few weeks’ time when things

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  • How to stay healthy while traveling

    By Stefanie Jung on December 2, 2014
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    Now that I got that out of my system, I am ready to share my healthy travel secrets with you.. I want you to know something : Travelling used to be extremely tricky for me. Not just because I was away from my beloved Vitamix or couldn’t go to the gym whenever I pleased. It was a bit more complicated

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  • Tech Weight- The Milestone Pod

    By Kristen Egermeier on December 2, 2014
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    I’ve recently been trying to shed as much technology as possibly during my training runs.  This has helped bring the joy back into my running, and also the freedom to reset my internal ‘run clock.’  However, I still feel the need to have a little something that will mindlessly catch my pace, time, distance etc for my own post- run

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  • Cyber Monday Fitness Apparel Edition

    By Jordan Allen on December 1, 2014
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    I’m sharing with you all of the best places to get your fitness clothes for a great deal online today. To say that I love shopping online is probably the biggest understatement of the century. Seriously. It’s all I ever do I feel like! So today is one of the greatest days in the world for me! CYBER MONDAY! Lucy

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  • If I Have Two Left Feet, Can I Still Learn To Dance?

    By Jess Poulter on November 30, 2014
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    Photo: Alex Dennis, Pinterest People sometimes say ‘if you can walk, you can dance’. What most of us do not realise is that everyone can dance. Sure, raw talent helps to make dance easier to learn, but if your coordination is cringe-worthy, do not fret because learning to dance can be as simple as counting to three. Learning to dance has

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