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If you want to truly honor the fallen, take care of their surviving brothers and sisters.

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It has become tradition for CrossFit communities to gather each Memorial Day and complete a grueling workout called “Murph.” It is arguably the most famous hero WOD and consists of 100 pull ups, 200 push ups, and 300 squats sandwiched between a pair of one-mile runs.

 

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Incorporating more movement in your everyday activities will pay bigger dividends than a fancy new program.

I recently shared a few of my go-to programs for endurance and strength. When combined, these programs will take you about an hour a day for six days a week. But what you do with the other 162 hours of your week makes a big difference, too. 
 

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Chasing a rigid definition of the textbook rep isn’t helping your body.

You read that right. Forget perfect form. I’m here to tell you “perfect” is a myth. Leave that perfect squat with Santa Claus. We’re going to get real here.
 
Before you rush to the bottom to tell me how wrong I am or how dangerous that is, let’s explore why there can’t be a perfect squat, deadlift, or anything else. I’ll introduce you to a more effective way to ensure that you’re moving safely, helping you prevent injury and increase resiliency. 

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Infant helplessness predicts species intelligence.

A low-FODMAP diet helps IBS patients.

Many ancient Romans had really bad knees.

Dark roasts have more bioactive coffee compounds than light roasts.

Is this why cats and dogs can “go vegan”?

In most people, lowering salt intake increases the risk of heart disease. It only sorta works in people with hypertension who already eat lots of salt.

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The biological importance of saturated fats.

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Hawaii’s local foods are often invasive species.

The Economist calls for action on antibiotic resistance.

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Americans: fatter than ever.

If you’re going to highlight the importance of vitamin K2, you might want to use a picture of food that contains it.

Laird Hamilton’s 10-point plan to live forever.

If it’s successful, a vegan billboard aiming to reduce diabetes by getting people to stop eating eggs will actually increase it.

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Chadwick’s collection of cast iron pans.

I cook with a cast iron pan almost every day. I have one on my stove at all times so it’s within easy reach. All cooks have their “thing” — trusted measuring cups, a special knife, or a beloved wooden spoon — cast iron is mine. I could say that I use it because my mama or my grandma did, because that’s true. I have a cherished collection that spans almost 100 years, ranging from my maternal great-great-grandmother Lawson’s and my paternal grandma’s everyday pans, to a couple 15-inch Lodge skillets bought at Target and a modern, octagonal-shaped pan sent by friends in Portland. Their presence in my kitchen certainly is heartfelt and handy. To me, though, cast iron is so much more. Everything I know about cooking is connected to a cast iron pan. I value and trust that implicitly.

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