Month: November 2017

My Hoka One One Bondi 4 shoes in the garbage

Threw away my Hoka One One Bondi 4s because of excessive sole wear rendering them unwearable and unusable

I just dropped my bought-from-new Hoka One One Bondi 4 running shoes into the garbage. They’re unwearable. Not even give-away-able. I can’t wear them because, unlike on the Bondi 3s that have durable outsoles protecting both the forefoot and the heel, the Bondi 4 has midsole material under the outside of of each forefoot, resulting, […]

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sedentary lifestyle injuries include lower back pain

Sedentary lifestyle injuries are infinitely worse than sports injuries

I remember the days when I was so fit that a sports injury was always looming but it was only temporary. My fitness and wellness aided and accelerated my recovery every time–even if it took just a little help from a doc or surgeon.  As someone who’s super-size and who needs to lose ~100 pounds–someone […]

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People on the ketosis diet and in keto eat a lot of bacon they eat all the bacon

My keto diet has killed my appetite and hunger dead

I have been eating according to the keto diet for eight days, according to /r/keto on reddit.  After a little more than a week, my appetite has really been suppressed and it’s taken a lot less keto-friendly food to sate my hunger. I’m not at all like by buddy Mark Harrison who needs to be […]

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Andrea Kozma SweatNow App iOS Android Fitness

SweatNow makes trainers celebrities and students communities

SweatNow, a free app for iOS and Android, allows all of us who only go to classes, studios, and gyms for specific trainers, coaches, teachers, yoginis, and instructors, to follow them wherever they go whenever they go there. They can change studios, gyms, or even towns and cities, and you’ll know where they are. If they […]

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EverStretch: Premium Stretching Equipment for Athletes

EverStretch is so simple it’s genius for stretching, mobility, range of motion, and flexibility

Since I’m swinging a kettlebell for 90-seconds every 60-minutes, stretching is important. I was figuring out where I was going to put my big foot up real high so I can stretch my hamstrings and glutes when I stumbled upon EverStretch which looks like a modified TRX Suspension Trainer Straps.  I don’t know them, they don’t have any […]

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2017 Concept2 Holiday Challenge

The 2017 Concept2 Holiday Challenge Begins November 23

Some news from Concept2 about their upcoming individual challenge, the 2017 Concept2 Holiday Challenge: It’s almost time for one of our most popular challenges! The 2017 Holiday Challenge begins November 23 (US Thanksgiving) and ends December 24 (Christmas Eve). To participate, all you have to do is complete your workouts on either the Indoor Rower, […]

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Hiking: Wed, 8 Nov 2017 17:50:30

TomTom MySports Watch Activity: Hiking Distance: 2.93 mi Duration: 00:28:11 Average Speed: 6.24 mph Average Pace: 09:37 min/mi Calories Burned: 323 Heart Rate: 107 Activity Link: https://runkeeper.com/user/chrisabraham/activity/1083052308 Start Time: Wed, 8 Nov 2017 17:50:30

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Hiking: Wed, 8 Nov 2017 15:55:46

TomTom MySports Watch Activity: Hiking Distance: 2.87 mi Duration: 01:07:02 Average Speed: 2.57 mph Average Pace: 23:21 min/mi Calories Burned: 954 Heart Rate: 124 Activity Link: https://runkeeper.com/user/chrisabraham/activity/1083026720 Start Time: Wed, 8 Nov 2017 15:55:46

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double-thick concept2 indoor rower sliding seat pad

Start preparing for the Concept2 Holiday Challenge today

Unlike most Concept2 Challenges, the Holiday Challenge demands a lot from us from the very beginning: 6,451.61 meters-per-day, on average, to accumulate 200,000 meters over the 31-day Concept2 Holiday Challenge—which is a lot if you’re not used to high-mileage rowing. But you can do it! There are five things you’ll need to complete rowing 200 kilometers in a […]

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