Friday, November 15, 2013

Like Dirty to Me: Fitness + Stuffs



In this episode of Link Dirty to Me, I'll probably talk more about fitness than I ever will again. You can thank Pure Barre for making me buy into their stupid 20 in 30 challenge (because when I've already bought a monthly pass it seems silly not to go EVERYDAY FOR FOUR WEEKS) and also the fact that I forgot exercise is actually really, really good for you.

Here we go!

So if you're a runner, apparently a Wall Street Journal columnist is angry at your running boner. Don't worry though; Runner's World is here to defend you.

Holy hell; check these out. In the event you want to do some pullups after a really ridiculous trail run (p.s. they were invented by two of my very good college buds!)

Apparently, travel is good for your health (unless you're stuck in the back of an Ecuadorian bus on unpaved roads without Dramamine. Just sayin').

Why you are the company you keep.

Would you ever travel for three weeks...without anything but the literal clothes on your back?

I love looking into other peoples' entrepreneurial/blogging life. In Spaces Between does a whole series and I love it!

Batman lives!

These maps of the US are hilarious! I think I'd only get the Northeast, Mountain West, West Coast and the South. Midwest...on its own.

2 comments:

Cassie @ Witty Title Here said...

I loved Runner's World's response to the stupid WSJ rant. The original article actually had the potential to be a funny, tongue-in-cheek article that any runner with a good sense of humor might've been able to laugh at. But it wasn't even great writing. And I felt like he really meant what he was saying. RW's response was ACTUALLY funny.

Lewis N. Clark said...

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