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You Must Remember This…

There is no one right way to get in shape. Period. If you’ve been reading this for a while, you already know this, yet it’s one of the most difficult things to keep in mind. We want answers. As a … Continue reading

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Exercise as Fun

That title alone will make most people laugh, and not for joy, but at the preposterousness of it. Exercise isn’t fun. Exercise is work–we call them “work outs,” not “play outs,” don’t we? That’s a big deterrent for many of … Continue reading

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When Enough’s Enough

In our elusive quest for perfection, there’s a concept we often overlook: enough. When will we be healthy enough? Strong enough? Slender enough? Improved enough? Should this be what we concentrate on, pushing ever farther, harder, always seeking out more … Continue reading

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Finding Your Motivation

Do you enjoy exercising? Excuse me, I’m talking to you. Yes, you, the one rolling on the floor, laughing. You considered that a ridiculous question? Believe me, some people really do enjoy the process. You may have seen them out on the … Continue reading

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Using Self-Trickery

Over the past year and a half, my sister has lost twenty pounds. That may sound like it took a long time, but when it comes to losing weight, the slower, the better (if you want to keep it off, … Continue reading

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