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Rising Above the Situation: How to Gain a New Perspective on Change character children education family life support values Apr 05, 2014

I'm posting today from way above the clouds, in an airplane headed to Orlando. As the plan took off and I gazed out my window, I noted what a change of perspective is available at altitude. Then, I began to wonder how we can best metaphorically rise above the problems that daunt us and gain a new...

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Power of Less education goals habits inspiration mental health parenting support time management working moms Mar 06, 2014

I recently began doing coaching for Precision Nutrition which means I left my job as Personal Training Program Manager for Heritage College and my job at Life Time Fitness coaching triathlon. I enjoyed both jobs and so it was a big decision to choose to focus on Precision Nutrition and of course,...

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The Art of Taking Care of Yourself children exercise fitness habits inspiration mental health parenting selfcare support working moms Nov 25, 2013

The weather just turned cold in the midwest and I was driving my car early in the morning when I noticed my gloved hands on the steering wheel. I laughed. In that moment I saw myself on many a cold morning either rushing off to teach an early morning cycle class or bundling up little ones to get...

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The Power of Focus as You Start Your Day diet education exercise fat loss fitness goals habits inspiration mental health nutrition selfcare support time management weight loss Jul 29, 2013

Here's a little trick from the world of personal training that may make a difference in your achieving your weight loss and fitness goals. Choose to drink a glass of water and do just five exercises each morning as soon as you get out of bed. This act of commitment will remind you to focus on the...

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Active Parents Create Active Children children education exercise family life fitness goals habits inspiration parenting selfcare sports support Mar 31, 2013

First and foremost in teaching physical education, we want our children to learn to love exercise. Once we have taught them a new skill, exercise or movement, it will take repeating it about 10,000 times before it becomes a habit that they can do with ease. So enjoy the moment and realize...

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