If you walk into a CrossFit box, there's minimal equipment. You'll see a few cardio machines like rowers and bikes, but mostly you'll find weights. We're talking barbells, plates, kettlebells, medicine
• 1 pound dried spaghetti • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus 2 tablespoons • 1 pound (roughly 450 grams) sweet Italian sausage (3 or 4 depending on size), uncased • 1/4 cup finely minced garlic
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Avoid the chaos at the gym and do this three-move at-home workout instead. It's quick, but let me warn you now: it's intense. The addition of the gliders (or towel) requires you to stabilize your muscles
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