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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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Bari FITNESS GEEK

fitness geek: health news round up 10.10.2014
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  1. How real is a gluten sensitivity that isn’t celiac’s disease? A growing body of research suggests that many may be suffering a condition called non-celiac gluten sensitivity. —the new york times 
  2. A guide on how to stop every kind of headache ASAP? Yes, please and thank you, Greatist. —greatist
  3. Working on building healthy habits? (Yea, you are.) Read up on the biggest reasons why you haven’t changed your habits, then nip those roadblocks in the bud. —zen habits
  4. Could a high-carb diet be the pathway to a lean body and metabolic health? A recent study exams the metabolic effects of a traditional Asian high-carb diet. —whole health source
  5. You are… who you eat with. New research shows that eating with overweight people makes us more likely to serve ourselves bigger portions and choose unhealthier foods. —the atlantic
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Making Us Happy This Week

making us happy this week: 10.8.2014
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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 energy and excitement behind the kick off of the #bariddicted sweat challenge! If you haven’t signed up, it’s not too late; get in on the action here! Looking for habit-building insight? Check out our week one habit-building tip here, and check the blog every Sunday throughout the challenge for a habit-focused tip of the week!

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juice basin‘s amazing local, organic juices now available at bari summit! Email summit@thebaristudio.com to order a juice cleanse, or swing by the studio to grab a post-workout pick-me-up.

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—the brilliance that is #azizdrakegrams. If you’re not familiar, these are photoshopped images of Drake and Aziz Ansari; the hashtag was initiated by Aziz himself and, to no one’s surprise, completely took off.

bari summit’s ribbon-cutting ceremony with Mayor Dixon. We had so much fun this past Sunday, and we can’t thank our Summit tribe enough for the warm (and sweaty) welcome!

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—listening to “shake it off” on repeat. Can’t stop, won’t stop — it’s just not getting old.

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Bari FITNESS GEEK

fitness geek: health news round up 10.3.2014
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  1. Exercise as medicine? New research suggests that exercise may safeguard the mind against depression. —the new york times
  2. Round two of exercise as medicine: Exercise may improve symptoms of ADHD. Physical activity improves mental focus, memory and cognitive flexibility — all of which influence academic performance. —the atlantic
  3. Meet your local produce police, California. Gov. Brown is trying to employ produce inspectors to crack down on whether farmer’s market produce is being properly labeled and represented (i.e. local, organic). —npr
  4. Have you ever done an elimination diet? Check out this detailed, first-hand account of how one woman cleared her skin and healed her gut. —mind body green
  5. Looking to eat local this fall? Don’t head out to the farmer’s market before skimming this fall produce guide. —nutrition stripped

We’ll leave you with this incredible Thug Kitchen cookbook trailer. Happy Friday!

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bari newport featured in riviera magazine
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Check out bari newport’s write up in October’s issue of Riviera Magazine — then come sweat with us at our first West coast outpost!

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Making Us Happy This Week

making us happy this week: 10.1.2014
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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.

—day one of october’s #bariddicted sweat challenge! pardon our french, but we’re really excited to hit the ground running. if you haven’t signed up yet, it’s not too late! get full challenge details and prizes here, and sign up here.

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—national kale day. yes, it’s a thing. and yes, we’re celebrating.

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—pink trampolines at bari newport! in honor of breast cancer awareness, bari newport is the exclusive home to these special edition PINK jumpsport trampolines. the kicker? bari newport’s #bariddicted winner is going to get to keep one (along with a month of unlimited classes)!

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—fashion with a message. especially this message.

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bari summit’s official launch + ribbon cutting on sunday, october 5th! join us from 1 to 3 p.m. this sunday for some sweaty fun!

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fitness geek: health news round up 9.26.2014
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  1. This is why ‘The Biggest Loser’ isn’t — but could be — TV’s most important show ever. —The Daily Beast
  2. There’s more than $160 billion in food waste in the U.S. each year; part of the growing problem is that, in an attempt to woo shoppers with presentation and displays, supermarkets are left with overage that ends up in the trash. —NPR
  3. New research shows that teenagers trying to lose weight will lose more fat when they do both resistance and aerobic exercise. barimacro, anyone? —The New York Times
  4. Do you associate exhaustion as a status symbol of an effective workout? Here’s why the militarization of fitness is actually bad for your health. —Greatist
  5. We know probiotics are good for the gut, but they may also be a natural antidepressant. —The Atlantic
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