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Must Have's for Virtual Race Season

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Historically, entering the fall season has signaled the start of the race season. This year will look a little different, with the majority of races going to a virtual format.

What’s so cool about this, is that for a lot of runners, the pressure and stress of ‘race day’ is now reduced! You can run with any type of tracker and plan your start time/route, submit to the race organizer, and still receive all the awesome swag per usual.

Plus, you’ll be keeping yourself and local community safe by practicing social distancing and eliminating contact with large crowds.

Now, what I know a lot of runners will miss is that anticipation and excitement that race day usually brings. There’s no reason to let that go, though! We can continue to harness all the fun AND stay safe.

Myth Busters: Why Women Should Gain Muscle

Be Kaia Strong!

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In my 24 years as a coach, I constantly hear women saying, “I don’t want to get big and bulky.” “I don’t want to lift heavy.” Where did the myth come from that women shouldn’t lift heavy weights, or that we would get big and bulky? Why are we afraid to be strong, to lift heavy things, to move mountains? Will I get big and bulky if I lift heavy? It’s time to bust this myth! It’s time to build muscle and feel the amazing benefits of being Kaia Strong!

Best Apps to Fire Up Your Fitness Motivation

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Everywhere you go, fitness is as trendy as the girl in front of you at the coffee shop with her multi-color yoga pants on. But while we know we need to get fit and healthy, sometimes even the cutest yoga pants, or the greatest of intentions when trying to eat better, don’t always cut it.

But rather than drowning in your lack of motivation, pull yourself up out of that Debbie Downer mood and download one (or more), of our top five favorite fitness motivation apps!

Treat Your Skin with Compassion

Why You Should Buy Organic, Cruelty-Free Makeup

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As women, makeup is a staple for most of us (albeit decreased in usage since quarantine for myself). I honestly don’t feel prepared for the day without at least a layer of mascara…somehow it really does help me look more awake!

Over the years, my preference (and application, HA!) of makeup has advanced with the times. I remember wearing blue eyeshadow and a THICC face of foundation in high school. Matching the color to my actual skin tone was a practice I had never heard of, according to all the photos under my bed. I also definitely wasn’t concerned with the ethics of the beauty companies I bought/wore.

 

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