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Looks weird, doesn’t it? This exercise is called the Tate press, and it’s fantastic for cheaters. And I am a cheater. Let me explain. Or rather, let my coach, Alex ...

LWF Challenge Workout: Trail Blazer

I can admit it: I might use what I like to call “loving peer pressure” to get my friends to join me in a workout. I can’t help it! I ...

How to Design Your Own Radass Circuits

Artists love to (and/or have to!) paint, composers spend hours creating music, and then there’s me: I really, really love to design full-body conditioning circuits. I was introduced to the ...

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The LiVit Consistency Challenge

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