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Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Recipe from Susan Stamberg and NPR
Maybe only a handful of you have ever shared Thanksgiving with me. It's no big whoops. For a few years there, I rocked the meal, making the perfect brined and butter-basted turkey.
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Spartan just launched a new workout and training system they’re calling DEKAFit
Spartan just launched a new workout and training system they’re calling DEKAFit:. In the same way that they’ve made obstacle racing globally popular, Spartan plans to do the same thing for functional fitness using a process that includes both training and competition. The first event is in Denver on March 21st at the University of Colorado’s Bowlen Fieldhouse (register here) with the second event in Dallas on May 2nd at the Cowboy’s Ford Center (register here).
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Using Cycling To Improve Your Running: Does It Really Work? 
Less than half the amount of people who run also cycle, but these runners could be missing a trick. Cycling is a perfect complementary exercise for runners as it strengthens the leg muscles, can be a form of active recovery, and gives the joints a rest — all of which helps you to become a stronger and faster runner.
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Does Hair Removal Actually Make Runners More Aerodynamic?
"To shave or not to shave?" That is the question for many runners and bike riders. Although limited testing has been carried out in response to this question, one test conducted by Mark Cote (a specialist in aerodynamics) has shown that shaving actually makes a difference to a runner's velocity.
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One Salad Bar a Day (OSBAD)
I had been doing a one burrito a day diet that I've really enjoyed. I'd skip breakfast and then grab a burrito proper (not a bowl), eat half at 11 or noon, and then finish it off at two or three. It allows me to stay within my 4-hours IF 20:4 eating window.
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Give yourself permission to call an Uber of Lyft if you've overdone your outdoor adventure
I gave myself permission to call an Uber if I ever end up completely shagged out during one of my interminable death marches or slow jogs a long time ago. How amazing that I can click a button on my phone and be saved! In the image below, the light blue is my walking and the dark blue is the Ubering.
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Got the OK to Spin, Row, and Run!
I had to beg and I had to plead but I got the OK to run, to Spin, and to get back on the Erg. This Fat Erger will pull a Fat Ergo again!
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I can't believe I need recovery time between super-long walk days
I understand that one needs recovery time between long runs or between heavy workouts, but who thought that I would need recovery days between long walks.
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Daily death march might need to be an every-other-daily death march
I could have walked all day yesterday, even in the heat and humidity; today, however, I am pretty spent. I guess I need to listen to my body.
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I've replaced treadmill walking with daily humping schlepping rucking with all my weight and all my gear
People poo-poo walking as exercise, teasing all of us with our pedometers and Fitbits and our obsession with steps. New Yorkers, San Franciscans, and the French, mostly keep themselves fit for life by walking outside and negotiating hills and stairs on a daily basis. And they're skinny.
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