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The Sting and Fruits of Hard Work

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The Sting and Fruits of Hard Work

I did a poor job climbing this morning. I know now that I simply can't go two weeks without climbing and expect to maintain fitness. These are still baby muscles - arms, shoulders, and even fingers unused to the load of all my mass against gravity. It's not fair to my body to go so long without climbing.

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New Gym CrossFit Homeward is Space for Hard Work and Play

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New Gym CrossFit Homeward is Space for Hard Work and Play

There's nothing quite like a high intensity workout to get your blood and endorphins flowing first thing in the morning, and now there's a new CrossFit gym in Chapel Hill for exactly that. CrossFit Homeward celebrated its grand opening on Saturday with good food, good friends, and good workouts. The new space is located in University Mall off South Estes Drive next to Southern Season in Chapel Hill. Leading up to the grand opening I spent a week getting to know the gym, its community, and trying out some workouts, and found a place full of hard work and play.

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The Easy Adventure

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The Easy Adventure

Sometimes the best adventures aren't the ones with the biggest summits, the longest miles, or the hardest obstacles. Sometimes the best adventures are simply based on the company that you keep.

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Father's Day - 8 Things to Do With Dad in the Triangle

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Father's Day - 8 Things to Do With Dad in the Triangle

Father’s Day is this weekend and instead of the tacky tie or discount power tools or new grilling tongs and apron, get your dad something that will make him truly happy: experiencesScience actually says spending money on experiences provides much more happiness than purchasing material things, and you know we can't argue with science. Here are a few ideas of affordable experiences in the Triangle for you to get out in nature with your “old man” and have a Father’s Day to remember!

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The Springtime Itch

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The Springtime Itch

Spring tingles. It's like that feeling at the end of yoga's savasana where you wiggle your fingers and toes after lying perfectly still and meditating. There's a gentle prickling as blood and sensation moves through your extremities following minutes of utter calm. 

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