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Making Us Happy This Week

making us happy this week: 11.19.2014
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—david’s tea’s organic cold 911 blend. Because who has time to get sick?Screen Shot 2014-11-19 at 11.56.12 AM

—what happens at bari tribeca when trainers aren’t training. Who wore it better? collage

—the sweat life. If you haven’t checked out this new NYC health and wellness site, you need to do so ASAP. The site provides sneak peeks into NYC’s best boutique fitness classes via video content (yep, you can see what you’re getting into before you book), along with informative and super smart blog post on all of the wellness hot topics. Check out bari’s episode below!

—steve carrell singing ‘shake it off’ and declaring his love for taylor swift. We get it, Steve.

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bari news weekly: 11.17.2014
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Bari FITNESS GEEK

fitness geek: health news round up 11.14.2014
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  1. There are no federal guidelines that recommend a sugar limit. We do know that the average American consumes 19.5 teaspoons per day (and that this amount is making us sick) — but how much is too much? A new tool says that we should not consume more than 9 teaspoons per day for men and 6 teaspoons per day for women.   —npr
  2. Want to exercise more? Sign a contract. —the wall street journal
  3. If healthy food were more convenient (and affordable), would more people eat it? A salad vending machine test run attempts to find out. —the atlantic
  4. Ready to quit something that’s no longer serving you? Check out the quickstart guide to quitting a bad habit. —zen habits
  5. How a national food policy could save millions of American lives — Mark Bittman, Michael Pollan, Ricardo Salvador and Olivier De Schutter weigh in on the importance of creating a U.S. National Food Policy. —the washington post
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Making Us Happy This Week

making us happy this week: 11.12.2014
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Happy hump day, Tribe! In need of a little mid-week inspiration and positivity? Here’s a round up of the little things that are making us happy this week.

—our incredible new crop of trainees! We just wrapped up our first round of test outs (yes, your to-be trainers go through rounds and rounds of practice classes before you get the chance to sweat with them!), and you guys are in for a TREAT (and some very serious soreness).

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—the ‘rad thai’ salad from sweetgreen. Not a salad person? This will make you one.

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—launching bari teens at bari summit! Our soft launch was so well received that we’re offering it twice a week! Read Alexandra’s story on the why behind bari teens, and get inspired to get your teen moving (and loving it) ASAP.

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—taylor swift’s new video. To be clear, ‘Blank Space’ was already on heavy rotation. But this video just took the obsession to new heights.

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bari newport beach featured in locale magazine
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Get the run down on bari Newport Beach’s fit test collaboration with Six:02 on Locale Magazine!

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Making Us Happy This Week

making us happy this week: 10.29.2014
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Happy hump day, Tribe! In need of a little mid-week inspiration and positivity? Here’s a round up of the little things that are making us happy this week.

—the fall 2014 under armour sample sale in nyc!

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—this past weekend’s summit sweat crawl. Holy sweat, Summit — you guys don’t mess around.

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this cover-slash-mashup of don’t and loyal by eastside, currently on heavy rotation.

—the most talented dog in the world who can fetch beer from the fridge when he hears the phrase ‘I’m parched.’ On the to-do list: teach bari’s pup, Yoshi Bonetti, to do this (with green juice, obviously).

—discovering that daniel radcliffe is an amazing rapper. Hogwarts taught him so much.

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Bari FITNESS GEEK

fitness geek: health news round up 10.24.2014
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  1. The silver lining to California’s drought: it may have produced more nutrient-dense fruit. —npr’s the salt
  2. We like our burpees and bouncing with a side of good beats: here’s how music can boost a high-intensity workout. —the new york times
  3. If not for your body, rest for your brain; sleep deprivation can take a heavy mental toll. —the atlantic
  4. Choose systems over goals to see results. —summer tomato
  5. As Breast Cancer Awareness month comes to a close, read this reminder on why prevention must be a priority. —the huffington post
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Making Us Happy This Week

making us happy this week: 10.22.2014
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Happy hump day, Tribe! In need of a little mid-week inspiration and positivity? Here’s a round up of the little things that are making us happy this week.

—Throwing it back to the The Black Eyed Peas’ “My Humps” on hump day. What up, 2005!

—Our Summit Sweat Crawl this Saturday! bari Summit has joined forces with the best local fitness studios and brands for an endorphin-powered sweaty day of fun! Check out the line up below, and sign up here!

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—Voting booth antics… with Obama. Man: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.” President Obama: “I really wasn’t planning on it.” You go, Glen Coco Mr. President.

—Netflix’s announcement that ALL EPISODES of Friends will be available for streaming on New Year’s Day 2015.

Sweetgreen’s new fall menu. We’re proudly eating our way through the whole thing because we’re good neighbors like that.

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Bari FITNESS GEEK

fitness geek: health news round up 10.17.2014
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  1. A science startup is brewing a natural produce spray to double the lifespan of fruits and vegetables. Worldwide, we throw $750 billion in food away each year, often due to food rot, so this would be huge. npr
  2. If your nutrition label told you that 250 calories of soda equated to a 50-minute run, would you still drink it? Research shows that when people think about sugar calories in terms of the physical activity required to burn them off, they make smarter choices. —the atlantic
  3. Your “fitness age” — determined by one’s measure of cardiovascular endurance — may be a better predictor of longevity than your chronological age. So, sweat your way younger. —the new york times
  4. To snooze or not to snooze? That shouldn’t even be a question: here’s why the snooze button ruins your sleep. —greatist
  5. Harder, better, faster, stronger — why are Americans so obsessed with extreme fitness? —the new york times magazine
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chalkboard mag: what’s in alexandra’s gym bag?
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We’re so excited to be featured on one of our favorite sites today, The Chalkboard Mag! Want to know Alexandra’s gym bag must-haves? Head over to The Chalkboard to the scoop!

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