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As some of you may have seen from my post a few weeks back, Keeley and I launched a new service on January 1st called TheWorkout.Today.

It's really simple: Afree email each morning (except Sundays)with 1 bodyweight workout that takes 29 minutes or less.

On Saturdays, instead of a typical workout, we send "The . . .

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Building Speed Bumps For Life

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At my house, our french press requires 8 tablespoons of whole coffee beans for the perfect brew.

A few weeks ago, I swapped out my tablespoon for a 1/2 cup. This brought the required number of coffee bean scoops down from eight to one (because 8 tablespoons = 1/2 cup).

Boom. The next few days I cruised through the . . .

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