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How Your Diet Can Survive the Holidays

How Your Diet Can Survive the Holidays

How Your Diet Can Survive the Holidays For so many, Diet has always been spelled “Die” with a “T”. Temptation lurks around every corner and any feast is sure to destroy all your efforts to eat and be Healthy. Time to get a grip. Admittedly, the holiday

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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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Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing

Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing

Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing. You would think that receiving positive support in the majority of your daily activities would be a good thing for your self esteem. Praise for challenges met and tasks accomplished most certainly play to our sense of reward.

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Creating Safety: Tolerance and Athlete Training

Creating Safety: Tolerance and Athlete Training

Creating Safety: Tolerance and Athlete Training. Being an athlete, even the weekend warrior type, has always had its perks. Better Health, increased self-esteem, positive outlook on Life, and even an improved sex life! Compared to our couch potato relatives slowly dying of lifestyle diseases like Diabetes and

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What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.
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