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14 Feb




I dedicate my yoga practice today to sending you love!

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7 Feb

No, no, no…. Not that kind of twist!

And, no, you don’t have to have an amazingly strong body as the woman in the picture to do what I’m talking about.

And, no, this post really isn’t even about doing pull ups. Yes, below there are some excellent detailed instructions for learning to do a pull up but that’s just an extra for those who are interested in that. I’m just using the desire to do a pull up as an example. You can apply this “twist” to learning anything new.

You can do a pull up or whatever other skill you want, if you…

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26 Jan

Tomorrow I am beginning an exciting adventure. It’s my birthday and the starting point for a new plan.

Throughout my whole life I’ve always pictured myself as healthy and strong. I’ve also always assumed that I’d live to at least age 100. When you are younger it’s easy to make big statements about what you’re “going” to do! But, as the years of my life pass, I’ve really had to take stock. I’ve had to decide what actions need to accompany my big statements.

One action I’ve decided on is to publicly post fitness photos of myself annually. It will be kind of like a birthday gift to me. As I explained in a previous post, I’ve noticed that one group of people who post such photos are those who are committed to maintaining their fitness over the long haul.

I’m officially joining that group tomorrow.

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5 Jan

Cultural diversity awareness. Environmental impact awareness. Social justice awareness. Ecosystem awareness. Financial impact awareness. I’ve cared about and worked in many of these areas. But, I’m still amazed at the impact that self-awareness brings to every single thing we do in life including our fitness work.

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