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Top Ten Posts in January (also Sam Loves to Count)

I’m a bit of a numbers junkie. I love tracking our stats and seeing how posts are doing. I count how many followers we have, here and on Facebook and also, how much our posts are read. Sometimes the other bloggers tease me about it but I like data and analytical tools to help me understand it. I’m that way as Dean when it comes to numbers, numbers of applications and admissions, tuition, and costs.

I’m often struck by the sticking power of old posts. Here it’s the “upskirt” post from 2013 and the “CrossFit and Women’s Bodies” post from 2014. I attribute their success to search engines but I’m surprised sometimes that people searching for say “hot women of CrossFit” click on a post with “feminist” in the title after it turns up in their search results.

Anyway, here’s the most read posts in January.

A picture of the Count (from the Muppets)

No Way! (Guest Post) January 2019

Crotch shots, upskirts, sports reporting, and the objectification of female athletes’ bodies March 2013

Nat ponders being the crying woman in pigeon pose January 2019

In Praise of At Home Yoga  January 2019

When It Comes to Weight Loss, Aim to be an Alpaca not a Unicorn  December 2018

Starting 2019 with a New Challenge January 2019

Toe Spreaders, Oh My January 2019

CrossFit and Women’s Bodies: It’s Complicated June 2014

No-fat vs. full-fat dairy: the scientific saga goes on. And on… January 2019

Beauty, barbells, and blush for the gym: Sam has some complicated thoughts January 2019

Image description: Black and white numbers repeating on a white page Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash
Image description: Black and white numbers repeating on a white page
Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash

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