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Heart Rate Monitor Bra – Hallelujah!!!

I’m a fitness numbers geek, so when Numetrex sent me their new adidas miCoach Seamless Sports Bra and heart rate monitor I was beyond excited to try it out! Seriously, I opened up the package and put the sports bra … Continue reading

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Alternative Healing

If at first you don’t succeed try try again – right? After dealing with another bout of ITBS since August 2013 and trying everything from cortisone, to rest, to massage, to yelling at my IT band to get it’s shit … Continue reading

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Knowing Your Faults

Like in any part of life, we all have those things we do really well and those things we do really poorly. When I first committed to running, a little less than 3 years ago, I discovered right away that … Continue reading

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The Cost of Fitness

Those of you who follow me on twitter may notice I tweet a lot about going to these pricey NYC fitness classes. For example, you may notice a lot of @RefineMethod, @SoulCycle, @Chaise23, @Uplift, etc in my twitter vocabulary.  All … Continue reading

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Hitting Reset and Finding my Strong

“Where have I been lately?” you may be wondering since I haven’t posted in a while (probably not, but I can humor myself). Well, I’ve been hitting reset and starting new. The first half of 2012 I’ve been plagued with … Continue reading

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Weekly Wisdom #4: Earn your Body

Last week I decided to bite the bullet and make a commitment to get strong in June. I signed up for the Refine Outdoor Regroup program for the month of June. ReGroup is a commitment to taking (at least) 8 … Continue reading

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Hello 2012!

I’ve never really been big on New Year’s Resolutions, or yearly reflection — “resolving” should be something that’s not only done once a year and I’m not sure I believe much in “reflection” because I think it’s important to look … Continue reading

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