• 7 ways to protect yourself online when social media is harming your self-esteem
  • Time Saver Workout: Mini Spartan Maddess
  • 6 Entrepreneur Tips From Fitness Addict Brian Mazza
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  • The hardest part of the exercise is to start doing it. Once you’re doing it on a regular basis, the most difficult thing is to stop doing

7 ways to protect yourself online when social media is harming your self-esteem

Image: vicky leta / mashable Social media can help us feel more connected to our friends, even when we’re far away. But, for many of us, the culture of of oversharing and #humblebragging can have a serious impact on our self-esteem. SEE ALSO: One social network ranked worst for young people’s mental health and wellbeing With 10 million new photographs uploaded to Facebook every hour, experts say social media is…

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This Workout Is a Mix of Pilates, Ballet, and Strength Training—and It’ll Make You Work Your Butt Off

Courtesy Chaise Fitness From beer yoga to a “fitness” class where you nap for 45 minutes, there’s always some new trend in the fitness world that takes over social media, whether it be for a day or a few weeks. Sometimes, it can be hard to distinguish what actually works from the stuff that isn’t going to make a dent in your fitness goals.  Well, we found something that actually…

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Time Saver Workout: Mini Spartan Maddess

Edgar Artiga WORKOUT BY: Luis Buron, Spartan SGX Coach In this workout we’re simulating a Reebok Spartan Race. The mix of running in place and stepups imitate running and climbing uneven terrain and the moves mimic Spartan Race obstacles (as noted in parentheses). The workout finishes with Spartan signature penalty, burpees, and we go for 2 min. because an unpredictable challenge that you weren’t planning for is what we’re all…

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6 Entrepreneur Tips From Fitness Addict Brian Mazza

James O’ Meara Restaurateur Brian Mazza maintains a shredded physique, despite being president of New York City’s Paige Hospitality Group, whose first restaurant, the Ainsworth, took New York City by storm in 2009 with its gourmet-burger program. Since then, PHG has added six more restaurants. Below, the former Division I soccer player talks about growing his business and making time for the gym. M&F: How did you set the Ainsworth…

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Researchers from the University of Central Florida tracked the sleep patterns and physical activity levels of 118 people with full-time jobs.  The study, published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, found that those who logged around 11,000 steps a day and slept seven to nine hours were less likely to be cantankerous a-holes when they got home from work. “Research shows employees who are mistreated at work are likely to…

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7 Ways To Navigate Love And Life In Your 20s When You’re Always Busy AF

For many of us, navigating our 20sfeels like riding a fast, busy, and seriously emotional rollercoaster. This is a time tofind ourselves, to establish our careers, and most of all, to adjust to this wholeadultingthing. Some of us have dreaded student loan payments to make, or weekend jobs to work. Then, we have to get to our yoga and kickboxing classes, fulfill family commitments, attend birthday parties, do some laundry,…

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