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  1. 5 Tips for Enjoying Summer Fun and Still Staying on Track With Your Fitness Goals
    5 Tips for Enjoying Summer Fun and Still Staying on Track With Your Fitness Goals
    By: Nikki Dagot | June 2019 It’s finally summertime! Many of us wait all year for pool parties, beach days, camping and outdoor fun with family and friends. Personally, I love summer because it’s so easy to get outdoors and find a variety of exercises to help you reach your fitness goals while enjoying the sunshine: a jog along the...
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  2. BEVNET Gallery: May's New Product Launches
    BEVNET Gallery: May's New Product Launches
    BevNET.com Staff  May. 31, 2019 at 9:00 am Source: BEVNET.com As spring turns to summer, beverage makers from across a range of categories are launching a slate of new products aimed at quenching consumers’ thirst during the hot weeks and months ahead. In this gallery, we highlight a handful of the notable new products introduced to market or announced in the...
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  3. The Buttery Bros. vs. Sara Sigmundsdottir in Sunny SoCal With Special Guest FITAID ZERO!
    The Buttery Bros. vs. Sara Sigmundsdottir in Sunny SoCal With Special Guest FITAID ZERO!
    Last month, the Buttery Bros. (Heber Canon & Marston Sawyers) traveled to sunny southern California to crush some waves & WODs with Brooks Laich and a ready-as-ever, Games-bound Sara Sigmundsdóttir. Check out their photo journal from the weekend below, then watch the Buttery Bros.' full episode below — brought to you by FITAID ZERO, your new zero sugar Recovery Blend, still made with...
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  4. Meet MONK FRUIT: The Sweetest Little Fruit in Town with Sugar-Free Goodness + ROGUE Invitational Attendees' Rave Reviews of ZERO!
    Meet MONK FRUIT: The Sweetest Little Fruit in Town with Sugar-Free Goodness + ROGUE Invitational Attendees' Rave Reviews of ZERO!
      Did you know that monk fruit is naturally 150-200 times sweeter than sugar? "Monk fruit is a small sub-tropical melon that has been cultivated in the remote mountains of Southern China for centuries. According to legend, monk fruit is named after the Buddhist monks who first cultivated the fruit nearly 800 years ago." ."Monk fruit juice is an amazing twenty...
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