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7 Urban Commuting Hacks: Weathering the Winter

  For Urban Commuters, the 10-20% of Americans who don’t use their own cars to get to work [1], staying warm, hydrated, and comfortable in the winter is a tremendous challenge.  From trains, bikes, to old-school walking, this article draws on the best practices of four folks just as serious about their commutes as their jobs: two New Yorkers (Amy - an elementary school teacher and Nathan - a hospital administrator), one DC suburban resident (Chad - a banker), and an expat in Hong Kong (Ethan - international business).  Here are their 7 favorite hacks to get you through the urban jungle this winter.  Urban Commuting Winter Hacks 1. Weather Apps are Your Best Friend 2. Goose Down Insulation 3. Choose Your Pack Wisely...

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8 Health Benefits of Drinking Warm Water

Special thanks to our friends at LALO Tactical for the above image.  I’m a recent addition to the Qore Performance team and a self-proclaimed hydration expert (as in - I like to drink a lot water!).  I find when properly hydrated, my energy is better, my appetite stays more even, I recover from workouts quicker, and I even sleep better.  I tend to drink warm water in the morning, to promote healthy digestion and get my metabolism kicking, and shift to room temperature water as the day progresses, returning again to warm water in the evenings.  In the summer months, I tend toward ice water (long days spent outdoors chasing kids, hiking, swimming, running with the dog, and soaking up...

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