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6 Tips to avoid getting sick!

Wash your hands, and do it often! Wash your hands with soap and water, and then follow up with an alcohol based hand sanitizer for added protection. Wash your hands before and after eating, working out, and visiting public places like the grocery store, bank, restrooms etc. Clean your cell phone. Cell phones go with us everywhere; They come in contact with our hands, face, back pocket...you get the picture. According to USA Today our smartphones are 7 times dirtier than a toilet seat. Yuck. To clean your phone mix rubbing alcohol with distilled water and pour into a small...

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Fuel What Matters Podcast Episode 14: Paul Chelimo

Fuel What Matters Podcast Episode 14: Paul Chelimo

Fuel What Matters Podcast Episode 14: Paul Chelimo Your browser does not support the audio element.   In episode 14, Owner Andrew Neugebaur sits with 2016 5000m Silver Medalist Olympian Paul Chelimo. Chelimo is not just an Olympian and one of the fastest long distance athletes in US history, he also served in the United States Military.

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The Pros and Cons of Counting Macros

Written by: Maggy Lehmicke The concept of counting macronutrients, also coined “macro dieting,” has gained traction in recent years for its ability to help people lose fat, build lean muscle and develop healthier eating habits. The concept behind counting macros, however, has been around for decades, starting with athletes and eventually becoming popularized through social media and fitness influencers. So what is macro counting and how does it work? Macronutrients are nutrients that your body requires in large amounts, which can be broken down into three groups: carbohydrates, protein and fats. Because each of these are essential for basic functioning...

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Go Vegan with Xendurance

Go Vegan with Xendurance

  Only 20 years ago, veganism was a relatively foreign concept in the United States, but the diet gained popularity around 2010 surrounding a surge in health awareness and ethical concerns. Today, veganism is no longer just a “trend,” but a way of life for many, with 2019 being officially coined “the year of the vegan”

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