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10 Week Challenge

There are 10 weeks and change until the end of 2018. We are able to count down the year on our fingers. That makes me pause a bit. 2018, as most years since I’ve had children, is speeding by as if in a race entitled “the fastest year gone by challenge”. Yet. There are still 10 weeks left! That’s a hefty chunk of time that can accomplish a lot, specifically in the area of your personal health ... Read More »

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No Train, No Gain

If you've ever attended a fitness class taught by me, you've heard me ask "are you SEVERELY uncomfortable yet?" This is what I say to incite maximal effort, to try to teach the class participants that the benefit they can experience from the workout is directly related to the effort they put in. I teach one of my classes before a lot of people even wake up, so I applaud the fact that people chose to get ... Read More »

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Possibility

“If you believe in yourself, anything is possible”. I saw this quote on Facebook recently. This isn't the first time I’ve seen memes posted with this same type of “I can do it” mentality. At first read it’s inspiring and encouraging, right? Don't you read that and think, “ok, I can do this!” Whatever “this” is for you? It’s a harmless share from a ... Read More »

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The Acute and Chronic Physiological Responses to Pickleball in Middle-aged and Older Adults

Here is a recent study ACE (the American Council on Exercise) conducted on the impact Pickleball has on health.  Check out this informative article! ... Read More »

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Words as Weapons

I wouldn’t call myself an avid yoga participant. On average, I would say I attend a yoga or PiYo Live class once a week (can you call Piyo Live yoga? I digress…). This week I attended a yoga class taught by Mary Hunter. There are many reasons I schedule this type of class into my calendar weekly, but the main one would be because my muscles are so tight – my hips, shoulders, back – all tight. ... Read More »

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