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  • James Lawrence: The Iron Cowboy

    —The following is a guest post from Sterling Ungerman from ENDEVR.—

    James Lawrence, A.K.A The Iron Cowboy arrives at the pool in a Subaru. He's folded down the back seats and slept while his "Wingmen" drove him from his last event in California 300 miles away. For having only 5 hours of rest, he looks amazingly chipper.
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  • It's Official: Design Your Own BlenderBottle 2015 is Live

    After the success of last year's Design Your Own BlenderBottle contest, it seemed only fitting that we bring it back for 2015 and make it better than ever. The designer has been updated to include new artwork, a few new features, and most importantly, a far more streamlined sharing system that allows you to share your design immediately after posting, rather than having to wait for our approval team.

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  • DYOBB 2015 is Nearly Here

    Have you ever wanted your very own, custom-designed BlenderBottle® brand shaker cup? Beginning July 1 (and running through the 31st), you'll have a chance to receive just that. Following the incredible success of last year's Design Your Own BlenderBottle Contest, we've revamped the designer, upgraded the prizes, and are bringing the contest back bigger than ever.

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  • 4 Things to Stop Saying to Yourself (and what to say instead)

    Research shows that positive thinking — specifically a thought pattern called “self-talk” — is linked to higher confidence, lower stress, better coping skills, and even a reduced risk of heart disease.

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  • 8 Hikes to Take Before You Die

    John Muir was a famed naturalist, author, and the founder of the Sierra Club. He advocated for the preservation of natural sites and is largely responsible for the creation of many natural parks.

    Of nature, he said: “Keep close to nature’s heart, and break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain, or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.”

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  • The Best Times to Drink Protein

    Protein shakes are a great way to get lean protein right when you need it, whether at the gym, at the office, or on the road. In order to achieve maximum protein absorption, however, it's important to understand the "optimal" protein intake window to give your muscles the building blocks they need.

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  • The Truth About Clean Eating

    Clean eating is generally defined as limiting your food intake to fresh, whole foods that haven’t been processed. This might include fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, meats, various dairy products, and eggs, but exact specifications vary from person to person.

    However, there is little scientific evidence to suggest that avoiding processed foods altogether will – in and of itself – make you healthier, help you lose weight, or extend your lifespan. Instead, research shows that moderation may play a larger role in living and eating well.

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  • Flexible Dieting and Macronutrients

    When it comes to losing weight, the old adage holds: “a calorie is a calorie.” You could eat nothing but junk food and still lose weight, so long as you are eating fewer calories than your body burns for energy. However, when you’re in a caloric deficit, your body doesn't differentiate between fat and muscle mass, and it will use both as energy sources. If you want to lose weight and maintain lean mass, you have to do more than eat less than your body needs to function. That’s where macros come in.

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  • 6 Benefits of Working Out With a Friend

    Whether it's early in the morning, or after a long grueling day at work, breaking the "I will work out today" commitment is often too easy to justify.  It’s easy to make excuses and cancel on yourself, but it’s another thing entirely to cancel on a friend. Aside from helping you burn more calories and push yourself harder, here are six reasons why you should buddy up for tomorrow's exercise.

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  • The GMO Controversy

    Genetically modified-organisms [GMOs] have been a political issue lately, with several states voting whether or not to include them on food labels. Why? Many people fear that the increase in food allergies since the mid-‘90s is a direct result of the increase in GMOs. According to some sources, almost 80% of all processed food products contain GMOs. But is the widespread public fear rational weighted in misconception?

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