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A Bike Trip 1,000 Miles Across Alaska

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If traveling one,000 miles across frigid Alaskan terrain in a sled sounds grueling, think about carrying out it on a bicycle. 34 more words

Workout Tips

Winterizing Your Work out Gear

When the temperature drops, don’t just throw on layers before heading out for a workout. In some cases, less does more for you, says one expert. 16 more words

Workout Tips

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I recently received a peculiar email, peculiar in the sense that it is a common problem most ladies face but never bothered solving, all we ever do is complain about it. 402 more words

EXCERCISE

Sneaky Ways to Fit Exercise Into Your Busy Schedule

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s impossible to ignore the imminent, fast-approaching holiday season. Of course, for collegiettes everywhere, this means we’re one turkey breast away from the point of no return when it comes to end-of-semester chaos. 329 more words

Body

Squat Guide!

Squats are one of the most productive exercises known as long as they are performed correctly.  When learning how to squat properly there are several different techniques to guide you along in the process. 207 more words

Fitness

Sweat Talking with BCLiving- Fall Back In Love With Your Workout (in Low Temps)

With the recent decrease in temperature, many of us will find it hard to leave the home, let alone workout.

I wrote this article in February for BCLiving but thought it wise to re-post it as now, more than ever, we need motivation.   33 more words

Sasha Tymkiw

"Junk Food Journals:" Entry 12

Cheers to all of you who haven’t started slacking in the gym just because it’s cold outside, you’re going to look great next summer! Don’t believe me, well here are three strong reasons to stay motivated in “Junk Food Journals:” Entry 12. 1,740 more words

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