Category Archives: Exercise

Peer Week: Chelsey

In a year I’ll be a better me! She already is better. The first step to being better is to believe you are. Today I spent a radical day with my rock star friend Chelsey. I admire her outlook on … Continue reading

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Peer Week Interviews: Tabitha

‘Health is a lifestyle, not a 60 minute quick-paced fix’ ~Tabitha Wood I had a blast interviewing my beyond awesome friend Tabitha Nicole. A 25-year old, ICU nurse, Crossfitter. We sat down, dug deep and enjoyed some photo fun! Here … Continue reading

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Lessons from the French

In ode to the longest living human being, Jeanne Calment, we are going to look at the French today. There is of course the French Paradox. The French eat a lot of fat, yet their health rates are better. They … Continue reading

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Medition in Motion: Tai Chi

Thinking about the Okinawan’s and talking with my friend Cam about how he’d love to do tai chi and instruct in it, makes Tai Chi is the perfect topic for this week’s exercise post. Plus it’s right up my alley: … Continue reading

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Get Outside

This week we’ve started to doing kettlebells outside with mom’s classes (the Love My Kettlebells on the middle right side), but dad and I always did our kettlebells at the park in Colorado or we were hiking out in the … Continue reading

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Sweating it Out Together: WOD for a Cause

Exercise day, today I will continue on with some of my past week experiences. Tab has been doing crossfit since November. In January I attended my first Crossfit event (click here to find out the details). Sunday I went with … Continue reading

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Creating Healthy Environments

This week I went to an Environment seminar and I loved it. It was about creating healthy communities through two of our main problems: poor nutrition and inactivity. Childhood obesity is a growing problem, but we have to do more … Continue reading

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