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Is a successful NYC based makeup artist - you can see her work all over TV, in top magazines all over the world and she has been featured in the New York Times, Prevention Magazine and numerous other publications, she is the former beauty editor for Bloginity and owns a small boutique beauty business called Brush Beauty. She has had a few careers ranging from construction management to radio and everything in between, however, the constant passion in her life was always fitness. Even when she lost her way from it, she was always constantly motivated by athletes and anything movement oriented around her. She is the type of person who only gets star struck by people like Gabby Douglas, Matt Long, Pat Riley or Kerri Walsh and the thought of meeting any of them puts her stomach in little girly teenage knots. Favorite workouts: Bootcamps, Spinning, swimming and lifting alone with my headphone on.

Breaking Down Your Favorite Yogurt Label

Breaking Down Your Favorite Yogurt Label

What? Sugar in my yogurt is OK?  Dairy doesn’t bloat me?  Fiber shouldn’t be in my yogurt?  Learn all about your favorite yogurts and more in this short, but incredibly informational, Breaking down your favorite yogurt labels Foundation video with ...

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Breakdown & Remedy

Breakdown & Remedy

I had a complete break down tonight. One of mammoth proportions. Well, maybe that’s overstating it. But I was really feeling like shit about myself. Like I’m not worth much, like I’m consistently failing. Just a shit day. You see, ...

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Squat, Dumbbell Press, A Compound Movement

Squat, Dumbbell Press, A Compound Movement

Compound movements have incredible benefits in the fitness world. This week’s Foundation Video breaks down one compound movement – the squat, dumbbell press – with Body, Space, Fitness owner Kelvin Gary.  You will also learn all about why compound movements ...

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Going Through the Yoga Flow

Going Through the Yoga Flow

Walking into a yoga class for the first time can be slightly nerve wracking, but when the instructor asks you to do something and you don’t understand what it means, it makes an enjoyable experience a miserable one.  Searching the ...

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Pushing Yourself

Pushing Yourself

When I was out cycling with my cousin last week I was trying to figure out my new bike – the gears, the clip in pedals etc, he was trying to have me do that AND push me. He kept ...

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Ask A Trainer, Kelvin Gary

Ask A Trainer, Kelvin Gary

Time for Ask A Trainer! We had an amazing question come in from a reader   What is a good exercise to increase my flexibility for golf?  There is a lot of turning and twisting in a golf swing. So, ...

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Kale Chips

Kale Chips

With Foundations we have amazing tips on how to set up bikes, how to do a real pushup, how to cook with cumin, how to make great smoothies, how to use a leg press machine… but today, today we have ...

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Ode To My Fitness

Ode To My Fitness

This past Friday I was reminded some of the reasons that I really and truly love, not only what I am doing, but the fitness world in general and the group of fitness family members that I am lucky enough ...

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A Little Swim A Little Bike

A Little Swim A Little Bike

So, today I tried two things that I haven’t done in forever, if at all.  I swam laps, like legit lap pool laps… kind of (get to that in a moment) and I hit three laps in Central Park (18 ...

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Good Calories, Bad Calories

Good Calories, Bad Calories

Sometimes 200 calories IS better than the no calorie option.  There is so much emphasis on how many calories to put in your mouth and not enough of the quality of those calories… Sharon Richter, RD and Julia Dalton-Brush break ...

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