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In Remembrance of Will Huntington

Since the day HUMANFITPROJECT began, we’ve scouted for subject matter experts and talent from all parts of the digital world. Needless to say, it’s really hard to find really great people. And we’re not only speaking of being really great at what they do, we’r...

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3 Things You Should Be Doing Every Day

Whenever you read about a successful person you always hear how they have a solid routine. Do you think this is a coincidence? I tend to believe they are on to something. You have to build a plan for life to succeed. Your plan should be consistent, healthy, an...

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10 Ways To Kick Ass At Work

Here are some of my top tips to make your work day the best day from productivity to mindset. SCHEDULE BY THE HOUR Staying on track of the task at hand can be one if the most productive things one can do. If you set up for your day by hourly increments you w...

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Why I Kept My Surgery on the DL

ENTRY XX: February xx, 2014 I've never been the type to consciously not tell people things. If I felt a certain way about something, good or bad, I'd share it. But over the years, and some of people I've experienced, and the things they've said and done have ...

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Depression is More Than in Your Head

So many people day-in and day-out deal with life's ups and downs, yet every person has their own way of coping and dealing. Some people easily release their stresses and thoughts by working out, writing, painting, hanging with friends, etc. But far too many pe...

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Inside The Mind: How do I help him succeed; Part II

Continuing the journey of a transformation has been a mental and physical journey with many ups and downs but overall life lessons. Day in and day out we are chipping away at the old Andy and creating new.. In this second segment I bring you more of him in his...

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5 Ways to Stay Fit, Ripped, and Happy for Life

Staying "fit" is for some a struggle. Off and on cycles of lifting weights, endless cardio sessions only to give up the following week, and diets only robots could live on are all things associated with fitness. The problem is that this truly is not fitness at...

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3 Social Circles That Keep You Fit and Build You Up

Take the time and analyze how your daily routine fits you into a social circle. The regular interactions you have, the type of people you come across, and the events you engage in during your free time, all center around your current social circle. Whether you...

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How I Conquered My Epilepsy

It's something I've recently started talking more about, but still many never knew. It was something I hid for years as I didn't want to be laughed at. I wanted to be normal, and most of all, I didn't want to be a burden towards anyone. At the age of 17 I h...

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How I Beat Bulimia Before It Ate Me Alive

Sports, health, and expectations were on the top of my daily regime starting at a young age. I excelled in elite soccer, by the age of 13 I traveled across the US, and by 16 the pressures of being the best and giving my best within a highly competitive sport, ...

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5 of the Best Things You Can Do For The Human Body

There's plenty of great things you can do for your body and mind, but you've got to start somewhere. And if we're going to establish that starting point, this is it. 1. Drink More Water This is probably the most important, and the best starting point for cha...

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Motivation: The Next Phase Begins

ENTRY SEVEN: January 18, 2014 Week four was another great one. My first therapy session of the week I was officially allowed to no longer use my sling. It seemed as though by week 2-3 I didn’t really need it much, but week 4 really was the clincher. It’s funn...

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Motivation: Running On Inspiration In Week 3

ENTRY SIX: January 11, 2014 It might only be week 3 out of a long process, but I continue to see improves every single day. It’s less and less pain and more and more mobility. I’ve been removing the sling a bit more often to feel like a human being, but I’m s...

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Motivation: Minor Milestones, Power Week Two

  ENTRY FIVE: January 3rd, 2014 The timing of week two of my recovery came at an interesting time. Last week was New Year’s and we’ve been rolling out our “resolution” content like crazy. And when you read all the other stories out there, you’ll come ac...

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Motivation: Helpless Hell Week

I’m exactly one week post-operation and things seem to be going well. A lot has gone on in the past 7 days, and a lot of quick improves were made, some funny stuff happened, but it’s still a long haul. ENTRY FOUR: December 27, 2013 I’m able to completely use...

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