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Keep Moving Forward

This has been one heck of a week for people at the studio. We just wrapped up the third week of the Little Black Dress Challenge, and life is doing its best to get in the way of everyone! Work and an overabundance of responsibilities keep people from following their meal food plans and workout…
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Goal Setting: Complicated Or Satisfying?

Monday is the first day of the 28 Day Little Black Dress Challenge and I’ve been contemplating my own personal goals. While the process of setting detailed and thought-out goals seems complicated, the end result is truly satisfying. First, I had to decide what I wanted to do with myself, aside from, “preventing regular winter…
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Engage in What You Love

Good morning! I wanted to start today off by making sure everyone knows: Y’all are invited! The Everchange Family will be hosting a Friends and Family Hike in Golden Gate Park this Sunday at 10am. We will meet at the Conservatory of Flowers. (Look for Jeri wearing her purple leggings.) We’ll even be joined by at least…
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Food Matters

This week has been non-stop work (and activity) after my return from Louisville! After my workshop ended Friday, I took myself for a sunset walk. There’s this gorgeous walking bridge called the Big Four Bridge which spans the Ohio River from Louisville into Jacksonville, Indiana. At only 2 miles roundtrip for the bridge portion, it was well worth braving…
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My Challenge To Find Satisfaction In Movement

I hit the point where it was easier to motivate my clients than myself. I was aimless, looking for something to latch onto. While I still looked lean, the muscle tone I love seeing on myself was no longer there. Cycling, an activity I adore, became a chore thanks to some of my volunteer work.…
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Adding Strength To The Summer Body

Everywhere I go I’m bombarded by the concept of “The Summer Body” as defined through marketing. Ask the average person what a “summer body” means to them and they begin to parrot what areas of their bodies will be exposed by shorts and swimsuits. Instead of a summer body being defined by an ego-busting media campaign,…
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How CoSchedule Took A Load Off My Shoulders

As last summer came to an end, I had a pressing business goal: build a strong online social presence, first and foremost through blogging. I’d started and stopped writing blog posts for years. As a former journalist, erratic schedules are simply not acceptable. What I needed was a regular, consistent blog that actually educates my readers. I did…
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Stay Motivated in the Middle of Chaos

Thanksgiving is right around the bloody corner. Say what? It seems like just yesterday I was frantically starting my training for AIDS Life/Cycle, a massively worthy goal. I spent almost every Saturday from the start of the year until the end of May dedicated to rides, getting on the bike whenever else possible so my…
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Performing the windmill warm up exercise- a new video clip.

Stop Beating Yourself Up For Not Being Absolutely “Perfect”

How often have you stopped a project midway because you weren’t doing it perfectly? Because you didn’t feel like you’d get it “exactly” right, it would just never get done? There’s also the opposite example. You spend ALL your time trying to perfect one item, and you run out of time to do the rest…
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Cycling for a Cause

In a huge step, October found me volunteering to ride the 2015 AIDS/LifeCycle, a bike ride that will span 545 miles from San Francisco to LA over 7 days with thousands of other people. See my first post related to this for more information about my decision. Now I’m not only biking for my own health, but…
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