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“I really just wanted to shock and challenge my body” — Khloe Kardashian on two-a-day workouts

Fitness and I have always been casual acquaintances. I’ve dabbled in the weights section, I’ve had whirlwind romances with running and spin classes, I’ve tried virtually every sport that doesn't involve a bat, club…


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If you haven’t heard of Chloe Ting, I’m guessing you’re not on TikTok.

A YouTuber with 20.7 million subscribers and a total of over 2 billion views at the time of writing, Ting is an actuarial analyst turned certified personal trainer. …


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After a few months of inactivity, I had been struggling to find the motivation to start running and working out again. Knowing how hard that first run would be after such a long break, I dreaded starting again.

I’m a terrible runner. When I do run, I will push myself…


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I used to care too much about what people thought of me. I was afraid to break apart from any social norms, and that included drinking. Heavily.

I hated it. And I knew I hated it at the time, but I was desperate to go out with friends and to…


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Last summer, I decided to do a challenge that had me working out twice a day, every day for 75 days. For 75 days, no matter what, I found time and I made it happen.

Of course, it wasn’t that simple.

If you’re interested in exactly what I did, and…


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In November of 2020, I made $57.29 on Medium. It was my third month writing on the platform and I was really proud of that accomplishment.

Towards the end of November, I wrote my 11th article, which Scott Mayer published in the Medium publication In Fitness and In Health (IFAIH):


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Whether or not you’ve broken into the festive spirits yet, the holiday season is officially upon us. Its time to don your ugly sweater and start blaring Mariah Carey.

Chances are, wherever you live in the world, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa will be different this year…


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If your dedication to your health and fitness hasn't wavered at all since the advent of the coronavirus, I commend you. …


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Managing the ebb and flow of motivation seems to be a perpetual challenge in 2020.

As we went into our first lockdowns and stay at home orders were issued for the first time, we were baking bread, working on side hustles, and starting new fitness challenges.

But as the months…


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Plant-based milk alternatives are more popular now than ever before. Starbucks has soy, coconut, almond, and oat milk at the ready for your morning coffee. Leading plant-based drink brand Oatly has developed a “barista blend” oat milk that steams and froths just like the real thing. …

Emily Stubbs

Policy, public affairs and campaigns professional, marathon runner, spin class addict and data-driven lifestyle writer.

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