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Small Move, Big Change
Already having trouble with that New Year’s resolution? Take a page from Caroline Arnold’s book, “Small Change, Big Move,” and shrink it into a manageable “microresolution.”
PumpUp, an app that functions as a workout coach to fit your life, has just launched 2.0, complete with a fitness community to keep its users motivated. Do the new features merit the price?
Meal replacement drink Soylent has been making waves for its simplified approach to nutrition, but can an Average Joe survive on nothing but smoothies? Greatist's Fitness Editor took the Soylent challenge — so you don't have to.
CalCutter is a new healthy cooking app from the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. We tested it out — and here's what we found.
Find out why Under Armour's new running shoes have been dubbed the "bra for your feet." Are they worth all the hype?
LifeTrak is a new fitness tracker that pairs up with Argus for a full-body data experience. But has "simplicity" in design hurt LifeTrak and similar devices like the Nike+ Fuelband? Greatist gets hands on in this review.

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A lot of cook books come packed with recipes and advice, but the "The 4-Hour Chef" from best-selling author Tim Ferriss aims to turn anyone into a cooking pro in just weeks. Read on to see if it's worth your time this Christmas.

Looking for a better, smarter night’s sleep? The Lumawake, a bedside iPhone dock, sleep tracker, and sunrise simulator promises a better rest. Read on for a preview of the device.

LifeTrak is a new fitness tracker that pairs up with Argus for a full-body data experience. But has "simplicity" in design hurt LifeTrak and similar devices like the Nike+ Fuelband? Greatist gets hands on in this review.
Find out why Under Armour's new running shoes have been dubbed the "bra for your feet." Are they worth all the hype?
CalCutter is a new healthy cooking app from the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. We tested it out — and here's what we found.
Meal replacement drink Soylent has been making waves for its simplified approach to nutrition, but can an Average Joe survive on nothing but smoothies? Greatist's Fitness Editor took the Soylent challenge — so you don't have to.

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