Author Archives: Sarah Klein

Relay for Life of Manhattan

I’m participating in the first-ever Relay for Life of Manhattan at the Roseland Ballroom on June 1. I’m usually not one to fundraise, but for the first time this year I saw cancer up close and personal. I want to … Continue reading

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Mom Knows Best

“As trivial as it might seem in the grand scheme of life lessons, given everything we now know, avoiding trans fats turned out to be a good one. As is so often the case, Mom was right all along. And … Continue reading

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To Cancer, On Valentine’s Day

Cancer: I doubt you’re getting many love letters this Valentine’s Day. Don’t get excited — this isn’t one, either. But since you paid my Valentine a visit last month, I’d like to get a few things off my chest. Our … Continue reading

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The Best (And Worst) Foods For A Cold

Last week, I came down with what I now think is becoming my annual early-September cold (if two years in a row makes a trend). I tucked myself in Monday night with the beginnings of a sore throat. After a … Continue reading

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Sweat Into Summer!

I have this thing about triceps. I want them. Like, really want them. Maybe not quite Madonna triceps, but definitely Michelle Obama triceps, and maybe even Jessica Biel triceps. I know I need to move them more, but I have found plenty … Continue reading

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I’ll Try Anything Once: Aerial Fabric Dance

When it comes to fitness, I’ll pretty much try anything once. First it was Cirque du Soleil, then it was Pink at the 2010 Grammy’s. Most recently, it was this killer performance at the 2012 Oscars. These stunning aerial displays … Continue reading

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Fix Your Form

There could never be anything as explicit as a sign saying “No Girls Allowed” — but there might as well be. At my gym, I have not once seen a woman in the section where people (i. e. men) actually … Continue reading

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I’ll Try Anything Once: Barry’s Bootcamp

When it comes to fitness, I’ll pretty much try anything once. I wasn’t always this way. My parents love to repeat the story of how I refused to do anything but kick when presented with a ball as a child, … Continue reading

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Are You Too Sick To Work Out?

I had the opportunity to speak with David Nieman Ph.D., director of the Human Performance Lab at Appalachian State University, a pioneer in exercise immunology research, as part of my reporting for a quiz on how to know if you’re too … Continue reading

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Tweet It Forward: Celebrating the Gift of Giving

It’s not that I’m unlucky, I’m just not particularly lucky. (Cue Nicki Minaj: “No I’m not lucky, I’m blessed, yes.” I am incredibly blessed and want to take a quick moment to say thank you to the friends and family … Continue reading

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