Hydration 101: Drink Up To Shape Up – Why Water Is Key

Regardless of the fact that the temperatures are dropping and the next arctic vortex will soon strike, hydration is one of the most crucial components of overall health and wellness that cannot be overlooked.

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Tequila – Lime Mahi Mahi Tacos Recipe: Perfect For Any Time Of Year

It doesn't have to be Cinco de Mayo to celebrate with some tequila...tacos, that is! Step up your game with this grilled fish recipe.

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Boston Fire Department Targets Health Of Firefighters

The Boston Fire Department is vowing to tackle cancer and other health issues in the force with the purchase of protective gear, the creation of a wellness division, and the help of former Navy SEALs to get firefighters back to better form.

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I Conquered A Navy SEAL Training Course – SHAPE Magazine

I love to push myself to try new things and test my body—especially with things that involve strength and sweat! We all like what we're good at, right?

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Young Eddy Brothers Win 2016 O<small>2</small>X Rise Higher Award

The Rise Higher award is given annually at the O2X Summit Challenge to the competitors who best exemplify the spirit of resilience and strength and who inspire others to overcome real-life hardship and pain.

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O<small>2</small>X Human Performance At The Boston Fire Academy

O2X Human Performance hosts its next training program for Boston Fire Academy candidates Nov. 7 to 11 on Moon Island in Boston.

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O<small>2</small>X co-founders on WCRN & Boston Herald Radio

“We help (tactical athletes) eat better, sleep better and recognize the symptoms of PTSD.” - Craig Coffey

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Presents or Presence: Where Will You Find Joy This Year?

When it comes down to it, do you want someone’s presents or presence?

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NightSide – A New Type Of Training For First Responders

O2X co-founders Craig Coffey and Adam La Reau appeared on NightSide with Dan Rea on WBZ Radio in Boston, featuring guest host Tim Cahill.

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2014 O<small>2</small>X Rise Higher Award: Jane Coffey

At the Sugarbush Mountain Summit Challenge on September 14, 2014, Jane Coffey was the recipient of the Rise Higher Award.

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