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Lean and Lovely Guest Circuit

Neghar Fonooni, creator of the Lean & Lovely kettlebell program, makes me sweat like no other. We are the world’s perfect workout buddies, because we’re always teaching each other new exercises and convincing the other person to go one more round. We heft our heavy weights, come up with creative complexes, and, we always, always follow the […]

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LWF Challenge Workout Giveaway: The Tortoise and the Hare

This week’s challenge comes to you from sunny Santa Monica where my fit buddy Neghar Fonooni of Eat, Lift and Be Happy and I filmed a special workout just for you guys. She is a kettlebell rockstar, you see, and I wanted the exercise demos to be extra purdy this week. This workout pairs slower, steadier […]

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Jill Coleman’s Mindset Makeover

I’ve been talking a whole bunch lately on social media and my email newsletters about getting better. Not necessarily at any one thing, but at everything, all at once. At taking good care of your body, at identifying what works for you and what doesn’t, at overcoming fears and trying new things, at following through on […]

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Freedom (From the Gym) Challenge Ladder

Today’s post comes to you from former NFL player and fellow RKC-II Forest Vance, a mountain of a man I met through the kettlebell community earlier this year. What stood out to me about Forest was how gracefully and powerfully he moved — a rare trait for a man of such imposing stature. He handled heavy weighted […]

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Three Ways to Personalize Your Program

The following post is from a dear friend of mine — simultaneously one of the smartest and most ridiculous humans I’ve had the pleasure of meeting, Girls Gone Strong (GGS) cofounder Molly Galbraith. It’s an exciting week for her, with the release of GGS’s flagship training program, The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training, and […]

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The Rock-n-Roll Workout

His body is guitar shaped. I do not mean that he has an hourglass figure, but rather that long ago, his form had solidified around holding that particular instrument. He looks like he should be cradling a guitar, even when he isn’t: head tilted downward, shoulders stooped forward and slightly uneven, spine curving over the […]

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