Diet Plans 

10 Simple Hacks to Help You Drink More Water

Water is required by each cell of your body in order to function normally and help you become the “healthiest you.” While your body will also obtain water from other fluids you drink, water is far-and-away the best choice. Water has so many benefits from increasing energy and relieving fatigue to boosting your immune system and of course, also promoting weight loss. One way that water helps with your weight loss journey is by fueling your workouts. If you’re dehydrated, your workouts will not be as effective. But water also…

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Weight Loss 

Revel Marathon–Big Bear Race Results and Recap

Hello! I ran the Revel Big Bear Marathon this weekend! I did a bunch of Instagram Stories on it – make sure you’re following @RunEatRepeat on IG for the updates!! I hadn’t run a full marathon in a long time so I was stressed and unsure of how it would go. I wanted to have fun. I wanted to run well and get in a strong long run / marathon / mental exercise situation. And I think I did okay with all of those. I still have a very far…

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Elote Recipe–Easy Mexican Street Corn at Home

This Mexican Street Corn Elote Recipe is part of a sponsored collaboration with Vive Mejor and Knorr. All opinions and photos are my own.  Hello! Today I’m recreating one of my favorite Mexican snacks or side dishes – Mexican Street Corn aka Elotes. It’s a super easy recipe you can make a little lighter than the original.  And I’m excited because even though I love it –  I’ve never made an authentic version at home! If you’re not familiar Elotes = Mexican Street Corn = epic corn on the cob…

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Leg and booty burner (workout video)

This is a leg and booty workout you can do anywhere with 1 or 2 dumbbells. Get in an awesome lower body workout in just 20 minutes.  Hi friends! How’s the morning going? I’m interviewing back to back podcast guests and hopping on the Peloton later today. I’d love to hear what you’re up to! If you’re looking for workout motivation, I’ve got an all-new workout video for you. This one targets the lower body and will challenge your legs and booty (plus work up an awesome sweat) in only…

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Fitness Blog 

The Minimally Informed Man’s Guide to the 2018-19 NBA Season

Summer’s over, and that means it’s time for the 2018-19 NBA season to tip off. After an offseason full of drama, trade demands, superstars changing teams, major shifts from one conference to another, and LeBron James setting up shop in Los Angeles, the players are finally ready to hit the court. How 15 NBA Players Train and Get in Shape for the Basketball Season The Golden State Warriors are coming back after a dominant performance in the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers, while teams like the Boston Celtics, Houston…

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How History Was Made at the 2018 Ironman World Championship

The 40th anniversary of the Ironman World Championship was an event to remember. The 2018 race saw record after record fall as the triathletes made their way through the legendary—and extremely challenging—Kona course. 40 Years of Ironman: The First Winner, Gordon Haller, on Fueling With Coke and Mid-race Leg Massages Records were set on the men’s and women’s side, and things ended with a major surprise: a proposal from champion and Oakley athlete Patrick Lange. The German-born triathlete set a course record, while on the women’s side, Daniela Ryf took home…

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Fitness Blog 

United States of Suds: The 50 Best Craft Beers in America

If you think craft beer is played out, think again. American breweries are still creating inventive, unique, and deliciously local brews. From Alabama to Wyoming, below you’ll find the 50 best craft beers in the country. The 76 Best Places to Drink a Beer in America To come up with our list, we selected one new and innovative beer from a brewery in every state in the country: stouts, porters, IPAs, tasty session ales, sour IPAs, and plenty more bottles and cans you’ll want to stock in your beer fridge this…

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Healthy Cereal: 5 Criteria for Picking Yours

Among the colorful, character-donning boxes that line your grocery store’s shelves, filled to the brim with sugar-coated pieces of “food,” healthy cereal could seem like a myth. …And, because you’ve probably heard that breakfast is “the most important meal of the day” reiterated countless times, there’s pressure to make the right choice. A study published in the European Journal of Neuroscience found that skipping breakfast is associated with greater responsiveness in the brain to highly palatable, high calorie foods… a recipe for diet destruction. Cereal is a longtime breakfast favorite,…

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Diet Plans 

It’s Soup Season! 5 Simple Soups for Your Fall Menu

The air is getting crisper, the leaves are getting redder, which means it’s time for all kinds of awesome things: Tailgate parties, apple cider, sweaters, pumpkin spice everything and our favorite—soup. Soup season means a delicious bowl of warmth on a brisk day. And soup can do much more than fill your seasonal cravings. It may help you eat less at your next meal and stay fuller for longer. In one study, researchers had study participants eat a low-calorie broth before having a lunch entree. Those who ate the soup ate…

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People & Blogs 

5th wheel

Hi friends! Happy Monday to ya. How was the weekend? Hope it was fun and relaxing. Ours was a solid mix of family activities, time with friends, relaxation (kind of?) and fun shows. I’d love to hear what you were up to. Friday morning, we woke up and it was POURING. It ended up raining all day and my original plans to take the nuggets to the zoo were squashed. Liv suggested the planetarium – her favorite spot since she wants to be an astronaut – and we all agreed…

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