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Month: April 2018

The Electric Experience: E-bike Commuting

Following last month’s theft of my beloved bikes, I needed to get a replacement quickly. I knew that by the end of summer I’d be moving from San Francisco to Mill Valley, and taking the bus every day is not beneficial to my mental or physical health. (Thanks in part to our recent engagement, my moving…
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Wedding Body Fears? Train For Health, Not Physique

I’ve spent the better part of the past 21 years learning how to be “healthier.” My adrenal glands were tortured not just through emotional strain. They were hit hard by taking over-the-counter supplements and drinking canned “diet” shakes as a teen and young woman. I was desperate to get my metabolism going enough to support…
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Friday Fit Notes: The Best Time to Workout

I can wake up at 5 in the morning and be disturbingly perky giving my clients a great training session. Ask me to be in the gym at 7 am to workout, and I’m a sniveling brat. “I don’t WANNA workout! I’m TIRED! BLEH!” My body hurts, I’m not there mentally or physically. There are…
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Clothing Swap and Personal Style Workshop

Thank you so much to everyone who participated in today’s swap! We raised $50 in donations as well as a couple of bags of very nice apparel to donate to Dress for Success San Francisco. I loved watching clothing go to great new homes, and I found some gems for myself.  Thank you to Style by…
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Client Spotlight: Kea Scullion

It’s important that we acknowledge the hard work and hurdles we overcome to take care of our physical and mental well-being. Making time to go the gym is a huge investment, which is why I’d like to spotlight a newer member of Everchange Fitness. Like many of us, Kea has an extremely demanding schedule. Placing…
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Six Month Pull-Up Challenge

A pull-up is a full-bodied exercise that can be very intimidating! In PE, I’d stare helplessly at the rope dangling from the gymnasium ceiling. I’d heave with all my might, getting perhaps six inches higher and drop helplessly to the ground. Sometimes I wondered if it was true, were girls generally too weak to do…
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