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ChrisCast Episode 1: Sportif
This is the episode where I almost cop to an eating disorder and then complain a lot about how heavy I am.
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Giving 9Round Columbia Pike my money
A brand new 9Round gym opened up in the Penrose Square neighborhood of South Arlington, and I popped on January 7 after eating tacos and drinking margaritas at my favorite local, Taqueria el Poblano, just to see who took over the vacated commercial space.  It was a gym called 9Round.
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Gear and tech that'll make me strong and skinny
OK, I am not so naïve as to assume that all the fitness apps we have have strapped to our wrists, clipped to our shirts, and filling up our iPhones and Androids -- but it's not far from the truth.
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Action films make for a grand row
While I appreciate UCanRow2's recent article, 10 Indoor Rowing Workouts to Kill 10K, I must admit that my secret is watching streaming movies off of Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon.
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Keep rowing between the challenges!
The best thing for me to do is to row at least 10,000 meters every day for the rest of my life; and, the hardest thing to do is to continue rowing between Concept2 Online Challenges .
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Entering the cult of CrossFit in 2016
As of Monday, January 4, it looks like I will serve my first week in the cult of CrossFit.
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My new year's resolutions
Happy new year everyone! It’s 2018 and I am actually putting together a list of my own personal new year’s resolutions: slow jog, slow row, kick box, bell-swing, push-ups, sit-ups, squats, and, finally, some weight-training.
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Added "take the stairs" to my resolutions
The worst workout when I was a college rower at GWU was running the Exorcist Steps in Georgetown off of Water Street. We flowed up and down, first thing in the morning, as a team, with folks powering up and streaming back down. It was a terrestrial vomit comet, worse than suicides, burpees, and wind sprints combined.
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