Erin Beresini (@eberesini) is Outside's Fit List columnist, and author of new book Off Course: Inside the Mad, Muddy World of Obstacle Course Racing. She lives in Los Angeles with 10 bikes and a dresser full of spandex. (Website: erinberesini.com)
Forget about counting reps in your head. This clever fitness tool does that and more.
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And when they'll be smashed—because half the fun of records is watching them fall.
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