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by / on April 9, 2014 at 8:00 am / in Achieving Ultimate Fitzness, Workouts

Train Like a Cheerleader: Sounds Easy Until You Try It

Hot on the heels of college basketball season, we have all undoubtedly seen the phenomenal shape of cheerleaders alongside the court. However, when most people hear the words “cheerleading practice” they think of a team learning catchy cheers and waving around their pompoms and megaphones. However, cheerleaders on the college level train like many of the other division one athletes […]

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Dynamic Stretching: Why This Should Be Your New Pre-workout Routine
by / on April 2, 2014 at 12:51 pm / in Workouts

Dynamic Stretching: Why This Should Be Your New Pre-workout Routine

It’s time for your daily run and workout. You lace up your running shoes, walk outside, and head straight into your usual stretching routine. You bend over and touch your toes for sixty seconds and then continue to hold stretches until you are satisfied all your muscles are loose and ready to go. If this sounds like you, then new […]

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Taryn Buckley
by / on March 13, 2014 at 7:42 am / in Achieving Ultimate Fitzness, Success Stories, Weight Loss

Taryn Buckley: How She Lost 63 Pounds and Became a Runner, Turning Shame in to Pride

Taryn Buckley, 28, Gainesville, FL, Outreach Coordinator for the Florida Caribbean AIDS Education & Training Center, married with one son Tell about your transformation over the past couple of years: I was an active kid. Played competitive travel soccer from 3rd-12th grade and loved it. I could have played in college, but really wanted freedom to do my own thing. […]

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by / on March 1, 2014 at 1:35 pm / in Achieving Ultimate Fitzness, Fitz's Cool Tools, Videos, Workouts

Muscle Ropes: Whip Up a Tough New Workout with this Cool Fitness Tool!

The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Muscle Ropes. Rip up your arms, shoulders and abs with the most fun toy in fitness, Muscle Ropes! In this Fitzness Minute, fitness expert Fitz Koehler of Fitzness.com, shows a why to use these cool tools and how to use them too. They’re an awesome way to mix things […]

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Sore knee, but otherwise happy!
by / on January 22, 2014 at 11:50 pm / in Events, Family Fitzness

The runDisney Tinkerbell: My 2nd Half Marathon Without Training. Am I Awesome or an Idiot?

A couple of years ago, my husband and I ended up running runDisney’s Princess Half Marathon on a whim, without any preparation. Read about that in detail here. It was a wacky thing to attempt, but it turned out to be something completely doable for us and a hell of a lot of fun too. We were only running 5ks, […]

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by / on October 30, 2013 at 2:19 pm / in Achieving Ultimate Fitzness, Events, Videos, Weight Loss, Workouts

The Selfless Workout – How and Why to Get Involved with 5Ks for Charity

If you’re too lazy or unmotivated to get fit for YOURSELF, take action on behalf of someone else. In this Fitzness Minute, Fitz talks about how easy it is to do a 5K, why you should sign up and what the real benefits are. Why not lose weight and get fit while saving the world? Video courtesy of ABC’s WCJB […]

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Hayley Katzenberger: This Is Why I Play Lacrosse
by / on June 24, 2013 at 6:03 am / in Success Stories

Hayley Katzenberger: This Is Why I Play Lacrosse

 Hayley Katzenberger, 22 years old, Damascus, Maryland   Why do you play lacrosse? For the love of the sport and the competition that it brings. How long have you been playing? I have played lacrosse for 10 years Do you compete? Yes, I played four years of collegiate lacrosse at the University of Florida. Have you lost any weight doing […]

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by / on June 21, 2013 at 8:00 am / in Celebrity

Abby Wambach’s Record Breaking Workout Routine – How She Fuels Her Body to be THE BEST Soccer Player Ever

The 33-year-old world-class forward Abby Wambach, took the spotlight last night in Harrison, N.J. after scoring her 159th career goal. The 2012 FIFA Women’s World Player of the year scored her fourth goal of the night, breaking Mia Hamm’s (the legend of all legends) record for international career goals by a soccer player. In case anyone was wondering, the men’s […]

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Mandy Perkins: This Is Why I Run Cross Country
by / on June 3, 2013 at 2:20 pm / in Success Stories

Mandy Perkins: This Is Why I Run Cross Country

                             Mandy Perkins, Age: 21, Daytona Beach, Florida, graduate from the University of Florida. Why do you do you run cross country? I run because I like to stay active and enjoy living a healthy lifestyle. I like how running is an individual sport where the saying “you get what you put in” directly applies. I like how you don’t […]

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Sidney Crosby Fights for Inches in Stanley Cup Playoffs
by / on May 28, 2013 at 9:05 pm / in Celebrity

Sidney Crosby Fights for Inches in Stanley Cup Playoffs

                                                                                                                                             (Justin K. Aller/Getty Images) Imagine being known as one of the best, the greatest. Picture the unimaginable effort put in day after day. Off-season? Ha, no such thing. But what separates the good from the great? Inches. Tony D’Amato puts it perfectly in his Any Given Sunday speech. “The margin for error is so small. I mean, one […]

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