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Grief Walking

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Dec 152015
 
Grief Walking

This time of year can be a sad, intro-perspective season for many. If you are one of those people, I’m truly sorry for your loss. Whether it was a loss of an ideal, a person in your life, or financial – hear my empathic understanding. Oftentimes those around you don’t fully understand how to validate Continue Reading «Grief Walking»

Nov 042015
 
Happy Movember!

Happy Movember everyone! For those of you who aren’t familiar, “Movember” is a recent social development, similar to the infamous “No Shave November,” where men have decided to grow a mustache during the month of November in order to raise awareness of men’s health issues. While the official national month for men’s health is June, Continue Reading «Happy Movember!»

Oct 242015
 
4 Ideas To Get Your Kids Active While Stuck Inside

We are starting to get to the time of the year where the weather is a bit unpredictable. We’re destined for cooler days and rain from out of nowhere. Even though it may not be the best environment to have the kiddos outside to get active, there is still definitely a need for that! When Continue Reading «4 Ideas To Get Your Kids Active While Stuck Inside»

Oct 222015
 
From Mundane Monotony to Moving Motivation

We all tend to get burnt out on things. With our exercise routine, this is no different. We can often struggle to find the willpower to simply begin our workout, or, even if we do manage to muster the motivation to move, we find that our typical routine that so often worked for us in Continue Reading «From Mundane Monotony to Moving Motivation»

Oct 082015
 
Three Weeks Away: Overtrained or Well-Rested?

Here we are, about three weeks away from the much anticipated Tulsa Run! Lately, I have had many runners, myself included, complain of being excessively tired. There are many reasons for this feeling, running related and not. It is quite common to have feelings of fatigue in the middle of any training cycle. The best Continue Reading «Three Weeks Away: Overtrained or Well-Rested?»

Sep 232015
 
Using Exercise to Fight The Flu?

With flu season right around the corner, the question on every athlete’s mind is likely: “Will my exercise affect my immune system?”or “Is it okay to exercise while sick with the flu?”These are legitimate concerns, and much research has been conducted regarding theirs answers. Let us look at the facts. In the United States, there Continue Reading «Using Exercise to Fight The Flu?»

Sep 062015
 
Your Turn

I’m sure you’ve listened to the instructions on an airplane for mothers on the plane to put on their own oxygen mask first if the cabin loses pressure. Well, what about self-care? It seems so selfish, yet logical. Over the last two weeks our family has been challenged with multiple new experiences. We’ve moved an hour Continue Reading «Your Turn»