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Three moves to get toned arms

The body of a dancer is truly extraordinary - long, lean, and insanely strong, all at the same time. Truth be told, we'd love to look like a dancer without the years and years of training, and guess what? Now we can.

Outdoors

Smartwool meets expectations for running shorts

Running shorts seem like they should be the easiest thing in the world to buy. Yet while there is not much to them, a lot of things can go wrong. Maybe that explains why most of us have a couple of go-to pairs while the rest sit in the closet gathering dust? The problem is that a running short that doesn't fit right can produce chaffing, something that no runner wants to talk about. So while it may not take a doctorate to manufacture good men's running apparel, the Smartwool PhD Run Short at least earns an honorary degree for its excellent performance.

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Eight ways to get in shape without trying too hard

Let's be clear about one thing: In order to change your body, you do have to try a little. That being said, you also don't need to spend hours on the treadmill to get in great shape. You don't have to kiss your social life goodbye, or even designate an hour per day to get your gym fix in order to see results. And perhaps most significantly, you don't have to spend a lot of money. You actually don't need to spend any at all.

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For neutral runners, New Balance shoes might be the comfort you need

The 1080s have traditional served as New Balance's high-end cushioned shoe for neutral runners. That's still the case with this year's update, but the shoes now feature the company's new Fresh Foam midsole. While the cushioning isn't as prominent as the more radical maximalist shoes on the market, the 1080s are a step in that direction, with a highly cushioned ride that provides comfort through the entire run. They may look more like a traditional running shoe, but these are definitely along the lines of a maximalist shoe.

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Bluffton retired SEAL, paraplegic, summits Kilimanjaro

Bluffton resident Carlos Moleda, a world-renowned athlete and a paraplegic, reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro - the tallest mountain in Africa - on Sept. 1, 2016. A member of Moleda's team shot video of the retired Navy SEAL as Moledo and his group neared the peak — 19,341 feet above sea level. Moleda, 53, was paralyzed by gunshot wounds in Panama in 1989 during America's invasion of the country to overthrow its former dictator, Manuel Noriega.
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Bluffton retired SEAL, paraplegic, summits Kilimanjaro 0:33

Bluffton retired SEAL, paraplegic, summits Kilimanjaro

17-year-old spent summer biking from Oregon to Virginia 0:51

17-year-old spent summer biking from Oregon to Virginia

Sailing into the deep: 'Low Country Hook' 2016 Ocean Race 0:34

Sailing into the deep: 'Low Country Hook' 2016 Ocean Race

Aside or astride? A brief history 1:28

Aside or astride? A brief history