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Ooey, gooey, sticky-sweet monkey bread baked in a bath of cinnamon caramel goo... It's delicious, refined sugar-free, gluten free, grain free, AND protein packed. What more could you ask for? Oh--all you have to do is nuke it for 60 seconds and it's done. That's what more. #InstantGratification 🤤

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Grab your favorite coffee to sip and savor while you enjoy a block of this decadent grain-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free paleo coffee cake.

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Having trouble finding motivation? Welcome to 2020. Here are 5 ways to get back on track when you find yourself in a funk.   Set a goal. The number one way to find that fire again is to set a SMART goal — Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-based. Write it down, say it out loud, and come back to it every time you’re feeling funky. Setting a goal for yourself gives you something to work toward and is essential in getting (and staying) motivated.  Find friends. Surrounding yourself with hard-working, motivated people will rub off on you. It’s science. (We're pretty sure.)...

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  Here’s list of the 7 most common mistakes you’re making before the gym – and solutions to help you make the most of your next sweat sesh.     Mistake #1: Overeating. Crushing a workout after a heavy meal is nearly impossible. You’re uncomfortable, your stomach is working too hard and you feel too massive for peak performance. Solution: Give yourself a two-hour window between a big meal and a workout. This will give your body enough time to digest your food, store some energy and prepare for exercise. Plus you’ll feel better so you’ll work harder. Easy win.   Mistake #2:...

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How can you use bands at any gym with just a regular squat rack?

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