Share the Love: Weekly Round-up

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Knowledge is Power! Part 2 from Charlie Badawy over at the most excellent He's really sharing the link love with tons of great other posts to check out.

I love Mark Sisson. Period. His blog is always overflowing with powerful, inspirational posts. Here is one called Why You Should Reconsider the "Workout" Mentality.


A Navy SEAL shares 8 secrets to grit and resilience. Check out each and every one of these points. They are relevant and impactful to all our lives.

Have you checked out Paper Napkin Wisdom? If not, here's you chance: The Most Practical Success Tool. It's not a tip I've heard much, but one that resonates with me, personally. See if you agree.


So, I was traveling the first half of this week and made it far enough down south into Hardee's territory. One happened to be right next to my hotel, so I swung through the drive thru for coffee and was very tempted by my old fav the Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits. Yikes. Made it out safely, though. BUT, if you'd like to make your own version at home, wouldn't you know it, someone has a recipe for that: Hardee's Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits. This is the kind of thing you don't try to make more healthy... just dive right in. There will be consequences, but they're probably all worth it.

Celebrate February and Pear Season with Mike Snowden's Super Pear Smoothie!


A better way to say sorry. This is good for all.

Sarah Walls

A little about me: I've worked in pretty much every corner of the fitness industry for about 10 years. I've had the great fortune of spending most of this time working with gifted athletes at every level. I've also had the great opportunity of designing and conducting research projects, writing occasionally for various publications and blogs, competing in powerlifting, and just generally having a killer time pursuing my passions wherever they may take me. Now I own two businesses: one is an athletic performance training company that I started in 2007 at age 26 and the other is a software company startup that was launched in 2014. Paramount to all the awesomeness of my professional career, is my family. My kids are a thrill and my husband continues to be my most critical and important supporter.