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8 Best Wireless Headphones for Your Workout

Some days in the gym are harder than others. Whether you're coming from a tough day at work or you're running on no sleep, it can be difficult to find motivation. One way to get the blood pumping (and hopefully the iron pumping, too) is to march to the beat of your personal workout soundtrack. And since nobody wants to hear music from your phone's speaker, you'll want a pair of headphones with great sound, the right tech, and a comfortable fit. There are a lot of options out there but we're here to lend you a spot.

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5 Reasons You Should Take Up Boxing

There was a point in time where boxing was the most popular sport in North America. It produced celebrities like Mohamed Ali, Jack Dempsey, and Mike Tyson. And though it went through a bit of a decline in the 1990s, it’s back in a big, and accessible way. The gloves and punching bags are no longer reserved for dingy basements and Boston sports movies. Boxing is more accessible than ever. Studios like Big Hit and Studio KO are popping up in cities across the country, and their audience expands far beyond the Marc Wahlberg-type. People of all backgrounds are using boxing to stay in shape, just like bootcamps or spin class. And for good reason – boxing is one of the best...

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Is It Time to Reconsider Your Morning Run?

Spring is just around the corner, and soon people will be flocking to the streets, with their lycra-spandex running tights and reflective jackets. People love to run, and it’s long been the go-to activity for getting back into shape. But in spite of its popularity, running may not be as good for you as you think.

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How to Train Your Weak Spots (Hint: It may Involve Dropping the Weight)

Gyms are a social place. If you go at the same time every day, you’ll start to notice a few familiar faces, and soon you’ll move from nods and friendly smiles to full-fledged conversations (though you may never actually learn their names). Because I’m pretty consistent with my training habits, there are a few people at the gym who I interact with regularly. And a few days ago, one of the other gym faithfuls approached me to call out my bench press form. In a very friendly way, this good gym-samaritan pointed out that I wasn’t bringing the bar low enough to my chest, at the bottom of my reputation. I was surprised, and only partially because gym etiquette clearly prohibits unsolicited form...

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A Day in the Life of a Varsity Athlete

Finding time for exercise can be challenging. We get it, so we sat down with someone who knows this struggle all too well. Christie Honor is an Ivy-League varsity athlete who doubles as a Biology major, studying for med-school applications. She's a graduating senior at Dartmouth College and the starting goalie on their Women's Ice Hockey team. She’s been featured on ESPN, holds an NCAA record, and is Dartmouth's all-time leader for the number of in saves in a single season (no big deal).

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