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Look, we get it: You’re busy. What with all of the time that you have to juggle between home, work, and your other demands, hitting the gym regularly in order to stay healthy can be a tall order. Thus, the best time for you to get in your daily workout is probably in the morning before your normal routine kicks into high gear. Yet be careful; you don’t want to take the smell of the gym with you to work. However, by ensuring that you carry the right gym bag essentials, your transition to the locker room to the board room can be a breeze.
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If you’re a manager or executive, consider this summer your chance to finally help your employees have fun at work. With summer coming to a close, it's time to make sure you've checked everything off your summer bucket list.
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There are already plenty of obstacles inherent with the office environment that take away from employee productivity. Too often, executive and management teams feel as though sweeping changes to company policy are what’s needed in order to mitigate them. Typically, however, such updates aren’t well received, as employees tend to see them as a message that they’re not working hard enough. However, there are plenty of simple tech hacks that you can introduce to your office that can drastically increase employee productivity.

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The average office worker spends the preponderance of his or her day seated, hunched over a computer, getting very little activity, other than the occasional jaunt to the bathroom or coffee maker. On top of that, the increasing demand for long office hours totally saps many people’s motivation to exercise when they get home. They plop down on the couch, order some food, and watch the season finale of Dancing with the Stars. Here are a few ways to keep yourself active at the workplace to reduce these negative effects:

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Runner's toe is no fun. It's painful, ugly, and can lead to much more serious problems down the road if not promptly attended to. Clinically known as a subungual hematoma, it results from repeated trauma to the toe that causes separation of the nail from the nail bed, pooling of blood, and characteristic discoloration. People with Morton's toe are especially vulnerable to this kind of injury. Fortunately, there are numerous ways to stop or treat this unfortunate side effect of distance running. Here are 5 steps to reducing runner's toe.
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The Apple Watch debuted a few weeks ago to...less than spectacular fanfare. Don’t get us wrong: it is certainly an ambitious, highly anticipated, intriguing piece of technology that will undoubtedly reshape communication and uh, you know, tell you what time it is. It just seems redundant - and wasn’t the whole point of putting a clock in your phone to make watches obsolete? Also, the battery only lasts one day and the darn thing might cost you $10k. Wearable tech has been a dream for many years, and thanks to the Apple Watch a very visible manifestation has caught the public’s attention. From here, the trend in wearables likely to get smaller in size, more intuitive, and more capable of complex, multifaceted executions. Here’s a look at a few key players that have caught our eye... Read More
It can be a real nuisance to carry around an extra set of gym clothes with you at work. Gym bags can be bulky and often times there’s nowhere to properly store your gear. And what do you do with your work clothes when it’s time to hit the gym? The inside of a gym bag can smell...unpleasant. For the modern professional and fitness enthusiast, clothes that can do double duty are essential. Check out these three pieces of all purpose swag to help you look suave at work and make the most of your gym time.
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