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BEST 2021 HOLIDAY CIGAR GIFTS

BEST 2021 HOLIDAY CIGAR GIFTS

Happy Holidays from your pals at Holt’s! Fine cigars are an easy gift choice when you have a cigar lover on your gift list. However, a lot of folks aren’t sure where to begin when it comes to picking out the best cigars. With Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s Eve just around the corner, we’ve compiled a list of our top holiday cigar gifts you can buy. We’re here to guide you through a solid list of gift recommendations for cigar lovers this holiday season. Check out the top cigar samplers, cigar accessories, and other great gift ideas guaranteed to impress your favorite aficionado.

Calisthenics Athlete Chris Heria Shares His Daily 100-Pushup Workout

Calisthenics Athlete Chris Heria Shares His Daily 100-Pushup Workout

Calisthenics athlete Chris Heria loves pushups. He previously created a 200-rep pushup challenge that he called “probably the hardest pushup challenge on YouTube.” And now, Heria is sharing the 100-pushup workout he does every day that he credits for helping him “not only with my physique and aesthetically, but also with my strength and performance.”

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No More Mr. Nice Guy

by Mark Davis with Dr. Robert Glover

The Reluctant Runner’s Guide to Running

Many people (read: runners) argue running is a sublime, exalted act that helps the mind and heart cope with life’s most vexing obstacles. Moving your body through space seems to stop time, quiet the mind, and return your baseline to something more primal. We were born to run. It’s a basic tenet of human evolution, and one of the few things that tie us inexorably to generations past. So why is the simple act of striding—the same thing that set knuckle-dragging quadrupeds upright—so damn difficult to get into?

The Reluctant Runner’s Guide to Running

The Reluctant Runner’s Guide to Running

Many people (read: runners) argue running is a sublime, exalted act that helps the mind and heart cope with life’s most vexing obstacles. Moving your body through space seems to stop time, quiet the mind, and return your baseline to something more primal. We were born to run. It’s a basic tenet of human evolution, and one of the few things that tie us inexorably to generations past. So why is the simple act of striding—the same thing that set knuckle-dragging quadrupeds upright—so damn difficult to get into?

Best Thanksgiving Whiskey Pairings, From Potatoes to Pie

Best Thanksgiving Whiskey Pairings, From Potatoes to Pie

In the holiday lineup, none is more focused on food than the fourth Thursday of November. But Thanksgiving isn’t just an eating holiday. It’s a day for great drinking too. It’s the perfect excuse to offer an all-American lineup of bourbon, rye and other locally made pours. Yes, we’re talking Thanksgiving whiskey pairings.

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The Reluctant Runner’s Guide to Running

The Reluctant Runner’s Guide to Running

Many people (read: runners) argue running is a sublime, exalted act that helps the mind and heart cope with life’s most vexing obstacles. Moving your body through space seems to stop time, quiet the mind, and return your baseline to something more primal. We were born to run. It’s a basic tenet of human evolution, and one of the few things that tie us inexorably to generations past. So why is the simple act of striding—the same thing that set knuckle-dragging quadrupeds upright—so damn difficult to get into?