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Discounted Running Gear
I was reading reddit this morning and Jaime_Manger posted a most useful list to the /r/running subreddit,  Compilation of Discounted Running Gear.
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Fighting sciatica and fascial adhesion with a massage stick
When I am not on Kathe Ana's table at Heavenly Body's Clinic here in Arlington, I am using a Big Stick from The Stick to try to work out the almost debilitating tightness in both my right lumbar and the resulting tightness I have in the muscles in my shin.
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How heavy your kettlebell should be (heavier than you think)
According to Supreme Girya Master Girevik Pavel Tsatsouline, if you're a man, you really should be swinging at least a 16kg kettlebell and ordering up a 24kg kettlebell and a 32kg kettlebell from Kettlebells USA for not later but for sooner--for soon!
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My recommendation for indoor rower rowing shorts for erging on the Concept2
I've put a lot of meters onto my PM5-updated twenty-year-old Model C Concept2 indoor rowing machine. While you can, and should, row in whatever shorts you have on—even pantsless if you own your own erg—there are some better solutions. 
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Review of Apple iBook 500MHz, 10G HDD, 128M RAM
I own a new iBook in Lime Green. 128M Ram, MacOS 9.1, and its been a mixed blessing. Its fast, but I am now unused to the preemptive multitasking vibe that Mac has. It doesn't like to be pushed too hard to yanked around; I believe that it senses negative energy and crashed if I am not centered.
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Review of StrideBox subscription box for runners
I've been a StrideBox member since October 2, 2013. And I have always been amazed and amused by the variety and creativity of testers products for runners.
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SpyderGrip Green Lynx 2.0 Review
I bought this SpyderGrip Green Lynx 2.0 over a year ago, I think, but haven't used it much because I didn't think it could carry that much. Tonight, however, I checked it out and I was easily able to fit my Samsung S6 Active into the neoprene pouch.
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Update to my VXi BlueParrott B450‑XT Bluetooth headset review
vxi blueparrott b450-xt bluetooth mobile headsetI received my BlueParrott B450‑XT Bluetooth trucker headset from VXi Corp last week and have put some time on it.
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Why big, tall, chubby, fluffy, heavyset, and fat athletes should wear cycling bib shorts during their spin workouts
Don't be afraid of the very pervy-looking cycling bib. While it looks a lot like fetishwear, cycling bib shorts make these spin class godsends in 2XL.
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The Medium is the original size of Cafe Bag, one of our most enduring designs. The Medium Café Bag is designed to help you carry and organize your everyday gear. Wear it cross-body or over the shoulder. The main, open-top compartment and front, zippered pocket of the Medium Café Bag are covered by an asymmetrical flap that closes with our distinctive offset Duraflex® Warrior buckle. The zippered pocket, which has one O-ring, spans the width of the bag. It's ideal for securing your wallet, checkbook, or other small items. It closes with a #8 YKK zipper. The back of the Medium Café Bag has a slanted, open-top pocket. It's great for storing papers, files, a magazine, or a newspaper. Inside the main compartment of the Medium Café Bag, you'll find four organizer pockets. Two of the pockets are sized for your cell phone/iPod or a small wallet, and two are sized for pens. The main compartment also has three O-rings, with an 8" Key Strap attached to one. (Additional and extended-length Black and Color Key Straps can be purchased separately.) The Key Strap is useful for keeping track of your keys (many folks leave their keys attached to the Key Strap). The Medium Café Bag rides on your shoulder with a 1-1/2" shoulder strap made of high quality nylon webbing. It features a low-profile shoulder pad with a grippy underside. The Medium Café Bag can also be carried by a webbing handle that is on the top/back of the bag. Available as an optional accessory is a removable waist strap so you can wear the Medium Café Bag bike-messenger style. Think the Medium Café Bag is too big? You're in luck! The Café Bag is also available in size Small. And if you're wondering which size is "the one", here's our guide to choosing the right size of Cafe bag.
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