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Prime your muscles with an intense 20-minute circuit session. If you want an impressively ripped torso and arms, you don't need to pick up a weight at all. That's how Jay Cardiello, the celebrity trainer
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There are so many variations of plank — the ultimate bodyweight move to tone your core and upper body. If you really want to carve your six-pack and lengthen your obliques, try these ab-focused variations,
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Hiring the best talent is a massive and never-ending challenge. It's hard to hire your first employee, it's hard to hire your 50th employee, and it's still hard to hire your 500th employee. If you're starting
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