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FitLinks: The Old Spice Guy’s Diet, Winter Hydration & More!

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Oh the weather outside is frightful, but these FitLinks are so delightful! Credit: LaPrimaDonna

If the weather outside is frightful, snuggle up with these FitLinks that will help you to find holiday happiness, love yourself just a little bit more (even if you did eat one too many sugar cookies) and encourage you to hydrate up this winter. Oh, and we promise you’ll never look at the Old Spice guy the same way again…

Have you overindulged this holiday season? Don’t get so down on yourself with these tips. —Huffington Post

Speaking of overindulging, we want at least two servings of this pie. —Fat Fighter TV

Even though it’s cold outside, it’s still important to hydrate. Here’s why. —Fit Sugar

Yes, holiday happiness is within your reach! —You Beauty

These fruits are wonderfully delicious—and wonderfully good for you, too! —All Women Stalk

The best, worst and weirdest weight-loss trends of 2010. —Shape Magazine

Dude, the Old Spice Guy is hard core. —The FitStop

Are you using the right tool for accountability? A great list of ways to stay on track with your fitness! —Diets in Review

We love that she reviewed Pajama Jeans. —Brooklyn Fit Chick

This holiday season, take stock of what’s really important. —Prevention

Win this gift basket. Then regift it. Brilliant! —College Candy

What online reads have you feeling all holiday-like?—Jenn

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