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Pin Pin Pin It Party


Party! Did someone say Party?? It's a Pin it Party and I'm all about that. I might be addicted to Pinterest.  I mean, where else can you be inspired to shop, cook and decorate all in one place?

Lindsay at the Lean Green Bean is hosting another Pin It Party. Basically, the idea is that everyone highlights 5 posts that they think are pin-worthy and worth a second look. If you like it, you pin it! It's a fun way to also look back at posts and remember recipes or workouts you might have forgotten about.

1. Biceps Triceps Superset Plus Bonus Burn



I've enjoyed doing this workout a few times now, so I thought it was a good one to share again. It's a great time-saver workout, but also includes a great bonus burn to really burn out the muscles at the end of the workout. Everyone loves that right?

2. Calories are Not The Enemy


This is one post that I definitely think needs to be revisited. Calories are not immediate fat cells. Calories are fuel for our bodies, fuel for our workouts.

3. Benefits of Working Out with a Spouse or Friends


Sometimes it can be hard to find motivation to work out, or workouts can feel like a chore. But if you buddy up with your bestie or hubby, that can really help make them more enjoyable and it holds you more accountable.

4. Greek Style Kale Couscous Salad


Looking for another way to use your kale? Check out this recipe. It's great for summer evenings or to take to potlucks.

5. Where We Would Run


I loved sharing my running route with everyone, so I thought I would share again. Maybe I can entice some of you to come visit and run for real.

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