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The Right Way to Use a Rowing Machine

Once relegated to the back of the gym, the rowing machine is experiencing a surge in popularity-so much so that there are now entire boutique studios devoted to it and its awesome total-body benefits. But the machine can be intimidating at first. Do I lead with legs or arms? Should my shoulders feel sore?
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Life

So You Kept One Plant Alive. How About Another?

Share on PinterestPhotos by The Sill Looking to grow your indoor jungle the easy way? We've got a trick for you: think like nature does. If you're building up trop forest vibes or a desert climate in your home, there's plenty of new plants who will do well with your green family. We put together an easy visual chart of houseplants that have similar care requirements to your currently thriving babies.
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We Have Good News for Anyone Who's Not Athletic

Have lots of experience as a benchwarmer? Feel like an uncoordinated mess anytime you do something remotely physical? Well, it doesn't matter how much time you spent playing catch or swinging in the batting cages. For most of us, practice won't turn us into star athletes. A new study found deliberate practice only accounted for an 18 percent improvement in sports performance.
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Our Top 10 Meal-Prep Containers

It's noon, and the stomach grumbles have begun. Two of your deskmates are heading out for overpriced salads, paychecks in hand; the other audibly sighs as she pours hot water into a cup of noodles. But not you-oh, not you. You're going to town on the first layer of a massive farro salad with edamame and tahini dressing…that you made yourself.
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Advices

Why Do I Turn Red During Exercise?

Much like sweating, turning bright red is a normal side effect of getting all hot and bothered. When our skin gets warmer than the air around us- whether from exercise or just being too sexy for our shirts- the body begins taking some drastic measures (yeah, we consider that flush drastic) to cool downMechanisms and controllers of eccrine sweating in humans.
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DIY Burrito Bowls, Fueling for Triathlons, and More

Happy Sunday! As always, Links We Love brings you our favorite health and fitness inspiration from around the web. This week, we have articles on booze, triathlons, aaand burritos (what else could you want?). We want to show some love and share kick-ass content in the wellness world, so here are our picks: Share on Pinterest Fitness If You Love Cooking, You May Spend Less Time Exercising - Blisstree Check out this new study that found the more time you spend in front of the stove, the less you may hit the gym.
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