For too long, the world of fitness has been divorced from what we’d expect to be its natural counterpart: healthy food. Corn syrup, saturated fats, refined carbohydrates, and artificial colors and flavors have long been the incongruous hallmarks of the sports drinks, nutrition bars and workout supplements that line the counters of our gyms and fitness centers.
Some lifestyle programs and supplement companies have stepped in to fill the gap—CrossFit, for
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