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Exploring Intensity

Do You Have Fitbit Rash?

Fitbit is no stranger to rashes. The company recently faced a class action lawsuit for their Fitbit Force after recalling a million of them last year because they were irritating some people’s skin. Well oops, they did it again. Or at least that is what some consumers are complaining about,[…]

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How Intense Can You Get with One Arm?

A one-armed diabetic with scoliosis and a lung that’s half normal size may sound like the set-up for a bad joke, but it’s actually a description of America’s most inspirational crossfitter. At 20 years old, Luke Ericson has competed in three Crossfit competitions, one of which he won an award.[…]

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NY Times Reports HIIT Helps Fight Disease

We have reported on past NY Times articles that point to High-Intensity Interval Training, but this new article shows HIIT is not just for those looking to lose weight. It can help those who suffer from chronic illness, such as diabetes or cancer and can help people recover from a stroke or battle[…]

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Is the Werewolf Diet the Stupidest Diet of All Time?

We admit that it is almost impossible to really determine the most insane diet that has ever existed, as there have been times where tapeworms and heavy smoking were prescribed as weight loss wonders. But the Werewolf Diet is up there when it comes to getting so many disciplines of[…]

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Want to Lose Weight? Get a Fat Dog.

Is your dog overweight? Are you overweight? Well, have you ever thought that maybe you could lose weight at the same time? A few researchers and vets got an idea due to how many dog owners are so closely attached to their pups. See, dogs are often a great way to[…]

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Here They Are: The Top 20 Fitness Trends of 2015

If you are interested in what your fellow fitness freaks are doing, this list of 2015’s fitness trends released by the American College of Sports Medicine is a worthwhile read.  There is a lot to muddle through here, with each of the top 20 being defined for clarity. Here is[…]

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A Walk in the Woods

We’re big fans of walking or hiking – same as walking but usually done with boots and farther out in nature. You don’t sweat much from a walk, but it’s a fantastic addition to a regular exercise regimen. It’s an ideal pace to enjoy the woods, mountains or a city[…]

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Four Reasons a High Intensity Workout Totally Rules

By now you’ve probably heard some of the buzz about High Intensity Interval Training. It is the workout that is quickly being favored by sweat fanatics worldwide. But maybe you don’t know exactly why. Well, here are four appealing reasons people like HIIT: It’s Short. Probably the most cited excuse for not exercising[…]

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Gizmodo Looks at All the Fitness Trackers — All of Them

Okay, maybe this Gizmodo article is missing a few of the technological ways to measure your physical activity, but it looks pretty comprehensive to us. We counted 43 trackers on their list, which ranks the top out of six categories, with mini-blurbs about the rest. Obviously, we’re not going to just cut[…]

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