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Build a solid foundation with your feet and you’ll build a skyscraper of a squat on them.

How are you ensuring a solid connection to the floor so you can move big weight in the squat? A large array of problems with the squat, such as heels rising, knees collapsing and chest falling forwards, can be remedied by simply concentrating on the feet and their relationship to the lift. 

 

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While you might think that fried rice is strictly a Chinese dish, I like to think of it as more of a stir-fried dish that you can add whatever you’d like to. In fact, fried rice is never made the same way twice in my house, since I throw in whatever leftover ingredients or tidbits I have on hand. And to prove just how adaptable this dish is, it can even be given a spicy Creole-inspired twist. We’re doing it jambalaya-style!

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Spoon, peeler, or Microplane — no matter how you decide to peel your ginger, most of the time the peels end up in the wastebasket. Yes, they’re tough and fibrous, but they’re also absolutely packed with flavor. It’s time to go whole ginger and hold onto those peels.

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It’s that time of year when even a quick stop at the drug store becomes a full-on romantic assault. Who ever thought teddy bears, candy, and chocolate could inspire so much angst? For singles, whether you just got out of a relationship last week or haven’t had a date since you listened to CDs on your Discman, this can be a tricky holiday to navigate.

But flying solo on Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be a soul-crushing experience. In fact, if you tweak your perspective and emphasize the more uplifting aspects of the holiday, it can be downright fun. The key is to take the focus off what you don’t have and celebrate what you do.

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We’re finishing out our Valentine’s Day candy cards series this week with one my all-time favorite candies: Airheads. Maybe it’s the bright colors, or maybe it’s the unique texture, but this candy always hits the spot for me. Share your favorite flavor with a friend or lover when you print out this free Valentine’s Day card.

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Occasions when having this dish in your back pocket is handy: post-game Little League gatherings, movie nights, midnight study sessions, football playoff parties, birthdays bashes — need I go on? If you’ve got a pizza-loving crowd, this appetizer is there for you. Here’s how to put it together.

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The number of websites out there dedicated to finding you a lover or partner is pretty astounding. There’s Tinder and Match, which cast a wide net, but then there are websites that are more focused on a specific interest or lifestyle. Farmers can find like-minded farmers for a roll in the hay. Gluten-free? Yes, a website for gluten-free singles actually exists.

But I think there’s something lacking for the home cook on today’s dating websites. How do you know if someone will be OK washing all your dishes? How do you know if someone will eat that spicy dish you love making? Here are five dating websites for cooks that I’m pretty sure need to exist immediately. Silicon Valley, I’m looking at you.

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In the colder months, when seasonal produce is scarce, it can feel like a challenge to get your daily dose of vegetables — especially your greens. But luckily, frozen vegetables can fill that void.

Frozen veggies are the best option after fresh because they are generally frozen at their seasonal peak. And unlike canned vegetables, they don’t have a lot of additional salt. Here are 17 ways to get some greens back on your plate.

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