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Tag Archives: weight loss
“What gets measured gets done.” –Peter F. Drucker, management icon This is true. I can tell you from experience. From following a training plan for a race to a “diet”, measuring tangibles tracks your progress. I’ve gotten back to weighing … Continue reading
I am motivated by many of the obvious things: other running friends, watching the weight go down and talking to like minded people. Sometimes motivation comes from unexpected places, too. There is this woman I see from time to time. She … Continue reading
Running has taught me more things than I could have ever imagined. A year ago I was 40 lbs overweight, a single mom to three, and had been weaning myself slowly off antidepressants that I had been on for about … Continue reading
It’s not what you think! As you’re probably aware if you follow this blog, I’m a big fan of Timothy Ferriss. It all started with his first book, the 4 Hour Workweek. It really spoke to me as a business … Continue reading
It`s funny, I`ve been hanging out with some friends from university who remember me as a 300lbs football player. They always ask me how I became a runner. I tell them it was something that didn`t really happen overnight and … Continue reading
Unless you’ve been living under a rock or you’re not on the Facebook, you’ve probably heard of the BodyByVi 90 day challenge. What is it? Why should I care? Here are my top 5 reasons why I think the challenge is spreading … Continue reading