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All Attitude: Find the Fun in Your Workouts

All Attitude: Find the Fun in Your Workouts

All Attitude: Find the Fun in Your Workouts Your Attitude toward your workouts plays a big role in how they turn out.  Whether you are taking a leisurely stroll around the block or focusing on an intense HIIT session, making the most of the activities is a

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Competing With Exercise Technology

Competing With Exercise Technology

Competing With Exercise Technology Technology that we use with exercise used to be our best friend but I am concerned about our developing addiction to this friend. The self-satisfaction of setting personal records (PR’s), competing with friends for bragging rights over a local hill or race, can

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Do Rest and Recovery Really Count?

Do Rest and Recovery Really Count?

Do Rest and Recovery Really Count? Rest. Recovery. Two words that don’t usually rank high up for any of us. Athletes do, perform, excel – anything but rest. Or so goes some of the thinking. Here’s how your body really works and how you can help it

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Perception, Athletes, and Everything

Perception, Athletes, and Everything

Perception, Athletes, and Everything Athletes perceive things differently. While the world looks outside and fusses about the things that it cannot change, athletes quietly look inward and change the one thing they can – themselves. We love that challenge to push for that extra rep, go beyond

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Last Conversation of a Father and Son

Last Conversation of a Father and Son

Funny how caregiving is the gift that just keeps on giving. We think it is just about the physical care and emotional roller coaster of caring for loved ones. With their passing comes a whole new package of personal work that circles around to address the many things we ignored during the times of providing care.

Dementia – Hollywood’s Finally Starting to Get It Right

Dementia – Hollywood’s Finally Starting to Get It Right

Dementia, as a plot device for television or film, has never quite lived up to the reality. Usually played for sobbing sympathy or just a tragic underscore to a character, the story line usually leaves out the stumbling’s of the caregivers and their associated confused introduction to their new roles.

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