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Exercise 101: Stretching [+ GIVEAWAY]

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We often forget that stretching is an import part of fitness. It is great for the body – it increases flexibility, prepares your body for more strenuous forms of fitness, and helps tone muscles with continuous repetition. What’s not to love? Whether you stretch before a run, after lifting weights, or use stretching as your main workout (yoga, anyone?), it is something that should be practiced as part of your typical fitness routine. Today I thought I’d share a peek at some of my favorite stretches to help improve balance, strengthen your spin, legs, and even stimulate the kidneys and liver to improve your digestive system!

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And the fun doesn’t stop there, my friends! I am wearing the Go Long Crew with Thumb-Holes tee, which the sweet people over at Albion gifted me for review. It is the perfect top for those chilly mornings where a windbreaker would be too heavy but a light tee would be too light! The kind folks over at Albion are helping me giveaway a Go Long Crew with Thumb-Holes tee to 1 lucky FabAve reader!! See how to enter below. Giveaway ends Friday. Good luck!

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*Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Albion, the Go Long Crew tee was gifted to me in exchange for my review. As always, all opinions are my own. I only work with companies/brands I truly support and love.

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Disclaimer: I am obviously not a doctor, nor am I a registered professional trainer.The purpose of my fitness posts is to share my experiences with fitness and what works for me. When it comes to your health and fitness, do your research and advise your general practitioner regarding any limitations or injuries you may have.

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