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LWF Challenge Workout: The Spark

This week’s challenge workout comes to you from Cardigan Mark, coach at The Movement Minneapolis. Mark is unlike anyone I have ever met and I mean that in the best, most complimentary way possible :). He is a wizard when it comes to getting your body moving well and your soul shining. I won’t go […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: The Back and Forth

This week’s challenge workout focuses on unilateral exercises, movements where one limb is working independently of the other. Something we all need to get strongerrrr at! To keep things simple and effective, choose one set of dumbbells for the Renegade Rows and Reverse Lunges and pay special attention to the “each side” and “total” reps […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: Get Up to Get Down

Today’s challenge workout is brought to you by my friend Jill Coleman, owner of Jillfit Physiques. She is an absolute master when it comes to designing the biggest bang-for-your-buck circuits: you do a massive amount of work (that’s specific to you, because you are encouraged to rest) all in a short period of time. While there is a […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: Hit the Deck

For this week’s challenge workout all you need is one thing: your bod. Well, one more thing — a timer!  You’ll want to have a record of how fast that bod of yours is moving. Hit The Deck is a bodyweight circuit that hits your glutes, abs, and shoulders. You’ll run through it three times […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: Down the Hatch

This week’s challenge workout is a descending ladder and it’s going to take you right down the rabbit hole of conditioning training — you’re not going to be certain how you got there (because this is a sneaky one) but you’re not going to want to leave (because FUN). You can get away with one […]

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How to Lose

Last weekend, I lost. I am not a good loser. This is not an apology. I tend to agree with author Tim Krabbé when he writes, “Being a good loser is a despicable evasion, an insult to the sporting spirit.” Let me be clear, however: I did not throw a tantrum. I did not kick anything […]

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