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Sunday Morning Coming Down – Workouts Oct 31 – Nov 2, 2014

After this weekend I’m satisfied the new technique I discovered to translate upper body weight to more effort in the midsection and a better workout overall is making a real difference. It has to be the reason, because I haven’t … Continue reading

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A Voice From The Future

Youth may be wasted on the young, but wisdom is wasted on the old when it’s too late to do anything with it. We all probably sometimes wish, knowing what we know now, that we could communicate with ourselves in … Continue reading

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Exercise and Depression

I was inspired to write this post after I got this comment on one of the HoopRock videos I posted yesterday. Keep it up man, i was trying to lose weight at the start of the year but so many … Continue reading

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Burned Out After Work? Do The Hardest Thing You Can Think Of

If you’re burned out after work, probably the hardest thing to do is exercise. You just feel so exhausted or bored or depressed, or any combination of the three, maybe to the point you perversely almost don’t want to feel … Continue reading

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This Isn’t Fun, I Don’t Want To Be Doing It!!

Patient: “Doctor, it hurts when I do this.” Doctor: “Don’t do that” – Smith & Dale The instinctive reaction to the feeling “I don’t want to be doing this” is to stop doing this. Of course you have to consider … Continue reading

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