Hide or Show: Using Social Media to Focus on Fitness

Those who know me understand that I am pretty much an open book online. I don’t hide much in social media and proudly share my accomplishments and failures. Why do I do this? Because it helps me maintain focus on reaching a higher level of fitness. This is both from a physical and an emotional standpoint. Can sharing everything on social sites be beneficial for self-improvement?

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Reviews: Cellucor C4 Pre-Workout Explosive Energy Icy Blue Razz

The C4 Pre-Workout Explosive Energy drink by Cellucor is a dietary supplement with the intention of giving you a boost during activities. The purpose behind it is to provide an elevated routine by giving you the energy to grind through a workout. But does it really work as well as the developer claims?

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ARX and Fitness: We Need More Technology Like This

I am a big fan of gamifying virtually anything. It’s a proven method of motivation as well as productivity in the workplace. It also helps keeps people more centered on health and fitness. The New Zealand-based startup ARX hopes to bring some of that gamification to gyms around the world. And I can’t tell you how excited I am for this product.

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How to Forgive Yourself When You Do Poorly with Fitness

How often do you “hate” yourself when you do something stupid or wrong? A lot of people will become overly frustrated and even depressed with themselves because of decisions they make. I know I do. When it comes to health and fitness, I bet there is a great deal of depression and anxiety among many. So, how can you forgive yourself when you mess something up when trying to be healthy?

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