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  • Motivation

    When thinking about our first discussion topic the only thing that came to mind was motivation. Who motivates you and why? This is a very broad question and could be answered in so many different contexts. Go ahead write away you women have never failed to enlighten me yet!
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    Fri 12 Nov - 16:59
    sprouta My Motivators
  • Challenge

    What is one of the biggest challenges you have overcame and how has this impacted your life? (It can be any sort of challenge either big or small)
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    Sat 7 Jun - 15:00
    gusheraf Machfive 3 Cracked
  • New Years Resolution

    Looking back throughout the 2010 year what have you accomplished? Looking forward what do you want to add to 2011 goals? We have recently talked about what motivates us and also what challenges each of us have overcame. How do you think that these factors will come into play when you are trying to reach your 2011 goals?
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    Sat 7 Jun - 8:32
    gusheraf Stubdat Pes 2013
  • Overload Principle

    It's funny when I first heard the term Overload; it can be used in so many contexts. As women we are overloaded every day. Many of us work full time, work part time, may be married and have children to care for, try to remain fit and healthy, a household to maintain, relationships to maintain, people to cook for, a business we may run, or we may be doing all of these things and a little more. Whatever the case is we all are expected to handle a lot all while remaining strong for the people who are in our busy lives. In a fitness context overload means-Making any particular body system work harder than it is accustomed to work. The Principle of human performance states that beneficial adaptations occur in response to demands applied to the body at levels beyond certain threshold (overload). (Taken Straight from the ACE Personal Trainer Manual). How do the two work together? If we could just step outside the "overloaded" life and into placing "the overload on our body for the beneficial adaptations" wouldn't life be so much sweeter? 1. How is your life currently "overloaded"? 2. How can you focus in on making some time to place that "overload to where it benefits living a healthy lifestyle" 3. Why do you think we have to place our body in overload to receive beneficial adaptations? Next post we will dig a little deeper into what these beneficial adaptations mean for our body.
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    Fri 6 Jun - 1:23
    gusheraf Lost In The City []
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