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Fit Links: #FitBlogLA Edition!

Written on October 25, 2013 at 5:19 pm , by

Our EIC, Betty (left), had a ball at #FitBlogLA!

This week’s fit links around the web…all about our Meet and Tweet going bi-coastal! We headed to LA on Tuesday to bring all the information, fun and – of course – swag to the west coast. Here’s what you all had to say about it:

Check out our Instagram account to see some of our fave pictures from the day. Follow the #fitblogla hashtag to check out the conversation.

Thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed a gorgeous LA day with us. We had a blast!

A Fitterati Rising Star: Danielle Lullie

Written on May 21, 2012 at 3:23 pm , by

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Danielle Lullie, 16, is a star blogger and cross-country runner from Cartersville, Georgia. (Photo courtesy of Danielle Lullie)

Inspiration can come in all sorts of packages, but the judges for the Fitterati Blogger Awards were still a bit floored when we discovered that one of the blogs leading the pack was maintained by a 16 year-old runner from Georgia. While the official rules prevented us from naming Danielle Lullie, creator of the Pinterest-like Tumblr blog Just Do It Then Do It Again, as an official Fitterati winner, we were more than happy give her an Honorable Mention…and get to know her a little bit better.

Brace yourself, FITNESS readers. You’re about to remember what it’s like to have raw motivation and a fresh belief in yourself.

Q: What’s your blog about?

DL: Just Do It Then Do It Again is full of motivational quotes and pictures for everyone. It represents hard work, not giving up, reaching your goals, running faster and a lot more.

Q: How do you think your blog stands out from other blogs?

DL: I think my fitness blog stands out from other blogs because it doesn’t focus on my life and my accomplishments. It’s there solely to motivate other people and myself.

Q: What is your fitness mantra/motto?

DL: My favorite one would have to be “I’m gonna show you how great I am,” by the true definition of a champion, Muhammad Ali. I also love how Lance Armstrong says we have two choices in life: Give up or fight like hell. Read more

Fit Links: #FitBlogNYC Edition

Written on May 11, 2012 at 3:39 pm , by

This week’s fit links from around the web…about the FITNESS Meet & Tweet!

Attendees dropped their tech tools to socialize, too! (Photo by Steven Meyer)

And the #FitBlogNYC tweet beat:

Thank you to all who attended and made the event so fun!