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Leslie Wieczorek – BURNING OUT

August 27, 2010 By: Blogger

We all know that when working out, our good intentions and motivation can start to fizzle — so much so that some may stop exercising altogether. Don’t let this happen to you! Based on the articles I have recently read, here are the top suggestions for making sure you don’t “burn out.” Don’t Push Yourself…

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Ron Swanson – Life’s Elixir

July 14, 2010 By: Ron "Commish" Swanson

Golf, to me, is like an elixir of life. Sometimes it is sweet, sometimes it is bitter; but, I always am glad to have partaken of it. Why is it that even a bad round is not “a good walk spoiled”? It’s because almost 20 years ago I made a decision to let myself enjoy…

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Quinn Collins – Making the Most Out of Your Lunch Workout Routine

July 7, 2010 By: Blogger

I rarely put in a lunchtime workout, mainly because I work straight through lunch, but they certainly come in handy when you’ve got evening plans. There are a bajillion excuses not to utilize your lunch hour for a workout – “I’ll get too hot,” “I won’t have time to get ready again,” “It’s not long…

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Elsey Curtis – Favoring Fitness (Fictionalized) & Importance of Goal-Setting (Fact!)

May 7, 2010 By: Elsey Curtis

Hi Marla, The other day I heard this woman on NPR talking about the valuable, memorable things in her life (as her life was ending) and thought of you with reference to committing to do things that are not meaningless. She said that instead of playing bridge, she would have much preferred to go shoplifting! …

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