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Top Ten Things Every New Runner Should Know

If you are new to running, I hope you find the following top ten list to be useful in making your new endeavour a safe and enjoyable one. If you are a more experienced runner that has experienced frustration in the form of injuries or lack of progress or if you have been running for…

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Run Less, Lift More, Race Better…do P90X?

For all of you triathletes out there, there is an article on P110 of the August issue of Triathlete magazine entitled “Run Less, Lift More, Race Better”. Unfortunately, the article is not available online without a subscription…but it is available at your local news stand or in digital format online with a subscription. They have…

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Seafair Sprint Triathlon 2010 Race Report

So, I completed the Seafair Sprint Triathlon for the second time. It has been five years since I completed this race as my first triathlon following a weight loss contest in 2005. I was excited to get to race in this event again because I knew that the last 5 years of training have helped…

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A little extra help with Yoga

First of all, are you doing yoga? No? Why not? Haven’t you been reading my blog? Don’t you know what yoga can do for you…athletically or otherwise? No? Well, read this previous blog “Yoga for Triathletes (or anybody for that matter)” and then start doing your yoga!!! It is good for you!!! If you are…

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Helping People Get Fit…Share Your Passion for Fitness!

As an Independent Beachbody Coach, one of the most common themes that I have come across in my conversations with people online and in person is that most people think that they should be experts at fitness and health before they start helping other people get in shape…or at least that they should be in…

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