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A Journey Awaits You in 2015

January 25, 2015 2 Comments
A Journey Awaits You in 2015

Hard to believe but here we are with the first month of 2015 almost in the books. Seems like just yesterday we were sweating and stressing over the holidays and if you’re like me, counting the days until spring officially arrives.  As is typical with this time of year, the diet plans, new exercise programs, […]

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10 Things To Teach Your Kids (Or Yourself) About Fitness

May 28, 2014 4 Comments
10 Things To Teach Your Kids (Or Yourself) About Fitness

In another month or so my little boy will be turning five! Where in the world does that time go? I’ve loved every stage of his growth from feeding him to watching him crawl to seeing him run to trying to keep up with him, and I know it’s only going to get better. But […]

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Carbo Loading: Fact or Fiction

May 7, 2014 0 Comments
Carbo Loading: Fact or Fiction

Seems spring has finally arrived here in southeast PA and after the winter we had it couldn’t have come soon enough! Grass in green again, flowers are blooming, and the trees are budding back to life. Other than the obvious indicators of spring returning one of the not so obvious signs to some is the […]

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Getting Into The March Madness Spirit

March 20, 2014 0 Comments
Getting Into The March Madness Spirit

I am not a fan of college basketball, that is until it’s time for March Madness. 68 of the best teams in college basketball are selected to play in a single elimination tournament bracket where every game can be your last or another step to the coveted NCAA championship. It’s a great stage of athletes […]

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Lessons To Be Learned From Watching The Olympics

February 16, 2014 0 Comments
Lessons To Be Learned From Watching The Olympics

I’ll confess, I’m not as big a fan of the Winter Olympics as I am the Summer Olympics, but any chance to see the best in the world compete in their sport is still captivating to watch. I’m also not a fan of the events in which points are awarded objectively rather than decided by […]

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12 Tips to Stay (or Become) Lean

January 30, 2014 1 Comment
12 Tips to Stay (or Become) Lean

While many are close to the end of their first month of renewed fitness goals and resolutions, I wanted to wait until the smoke and madness starts to clear to share with you some very helpful tips to being or becoming lean. Why now and not 30 days ago you might ask? Simple. I don’t […]

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Why Have Your Weight Loss Efforts Backfired?

August 12, 2013 0 Comments
Why Have Your Weight Loss Efforts Backfired?

Seems like an easy question with an even easier answer. Confessions such as “I eat too many things I’m not supposed to”, and “I don’t exercise enough” are usually the excuses (ahem, answers) to that question. But what about the chronic dieter or the individual who really does pay attention to what they eat and […]

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Train Smarter, Not Harder

May 16, 2013 0 Comments
Train Smarter, Not Harder

Most people would agree that exercise is a very good thing. Whether we are getting enough or any at all is another topic of discussion.  But if exercise is good then more must be better, right? Wrong! Too much of anything is no good and unfortunately there are those who think the same rules don’t […]

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My Journey to 26.2 and The Lessons Learned

March 22, 2013 5 Comments
My Journey to 26.2 and The Lessons Learned

I generally share fitness, nutrition, and various other health topics in my posts but today I wanted to share with you a personal story, although the messages still ring loud and clear as it pertains to the usual subject matter. So if you’d like to read on and hear about my journey to running the […]

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Exercise: Risk Vs. Reward

March 11, 2013 0 Comments
Exercise: Risk Vs. Reward

Exercise has become very complex over the years, so much that even Webster’s definition of the word has so many meanings.  For the discussion of this post, I’m of course referring to exercise as a means of physical exertion, or as one of the many definitions of the word Webster’s describes as “bodily exertion for […]

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