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Just wanted to share this magazine with you guys. I enjoy the nutrition/recipes articles that come out of this magazine as well as the fun and unique exercises that are shared. I believe you can try a free sample issue. I am glad I was able to be apart of this.. The picture on the front is me doing a clean and jerk. There are some better looking pics of me inside the issue. 8-)

To get to the actual site you must go to http://www.cathletics.com/. It's on my links section as well if you click on Performance Menu. Enjoy!

Comments

fawn said…
Lauren, that is so cool! I will try to get a copy...
Lauren Brooks said…
Thanks Fawn. There are always cool recipes in there that have no gluten or dairy in it.
Howie B said…
Nice job Lauren! I have never heard of this mag, but just might have to give it a try. There's not much info out there directly toward strength (in general) and kettlebells, aside from Pavel's material, and the more, the better.
Franz Snideman said…
Very cool! nice photo!
Lauren Brooks said…
Howie,

There is some great information that comes from the Performance Menu. Even if you just go to the website they always have great exercise articles available as well.

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