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    JUNK February Round-Up

    We’re bringing you a round-up of industry news, movement encouragement, and seasonal headband options. We’re talking about The Arnold Sports Festival, getting on your mountain bike, American Heart Month, and our Big Bang headbands.   
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    JUNK How To | How To Burpee

    In cross-functional fitness, there are many forms of the burpee. They are a great option for making any workout more intense, and doing them well will make them more beneficial. Here are our burpee tips.
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    Inspired Q&A | Christine Kole on Self-Love

    We chatted with Christine Kolenbrander about all the ways she shows herself love and for all the right reasons.  What are the ways you show yourself love? Growing up, I wasn’t very good at loving myself. I thought if you...

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    Color Discovery | Magenta Collection

    Think pink? Not quite. The color of the year is the inspiration for JUNK’s Color Discovery for February. We carefully curated magenta headbands and magenta-themed headbands all in one place.
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    Inspired | BCA x JUNK

    Introducing Black Collection Apparel x JUNK Brands which includes new licensed apparel and high-performance headbands celebrating Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). HBCUs HBCUs were established over 100 years ago to provide undergraduate and graduate-level education opportunities to African Americans.  Today,...