Ever do a workout and think: wow, that was so fun I want to share it with EVERYONE I KNOW? Well, that’s exactly what this partner workout was like for me. I did it at the Fit Pit with a buddy as laid out below, but you could certainly apply the overall concept — a 15-minute AMRAP where you each take turns doing certain moves — to fit (ha, “fit,” get it?) whatever equipment or space you have access to. For example, you could easily swap the run or row for a minute or two of high knees, jogging in place…

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The top floor of my gym is mostly just a line of lifting platforms and barbells — and this is where I spend most of my time when I’m there. There isn’t much in this world that makes me feel more badass than lifting a heavy barbell. Something about it just feels like home to me. But I’ve also been writing online strength training programs for women for a few years now and even after all this time, it’s still shocking to me how many women avoid picking up barbells. This phenomenon is further reflected in the fact that when…

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So I did a thing … well, two things actually. Let me back up a bit first. At the end of last year, I felt myself wanting a change. I mean, I really love running but I was feeling less and less inspired by it. Training for marathons had become a grind — one that I wasn’t enjoying the way I used to. It was time to change things up. So I stepped back from running for awhile and tried something completely different and way out of my comfort zone — CrossFit competitions. Prior to entering my first competition, I’d…

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Today’s show is someone you’ve seen around here before. Mark Divine is an expert around human performance when it comes to mental toughness, leadership, and being a physically ready for anything.

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