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Have you ever seen a person that is malnourished?

This dude here isn’t one of them

Too much of a good thing is sometimes bad

Little Update

Just got back from Holiday vacation

We took a trip to NC and visited the Smokies and Cherokee Reservation (I did get to play some poker too)

Now rested up we are ready to get to work.

Really happy to see people getting back in the groove, we had a great New Year but the spring was blah!!  Now that its hot outside people are getting back to it for summer vacations and school.

We will be adding some more structure to the studio and any suggestions  please let us know.  There will be Zumba and a NEW yoga class coming soon!!

Please text or email me for appointments to remeasure and get lined out for the rest of the summer.

Caught on webcam – Whats the chance of that happening again?

what are the odds, I wonder too?

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What He said is Better

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“This better work”

… is probably the opposite of, “this might work.”

“This better work,” is the thinking of safety, of proven, of beyond blame.

“This might work,” on the other hand, is the thinking of art, innovation and insight.

If you spend all day working on stuff that better work, you back yourself into a corner, because you’ll never have the space or resources to throw some ‘might’ stuff into the mix. On the other hand, if you spend all your time on stuff that might work, you’ll never need to dream up something that better work, because your art will have paid off long ago.

This is a repost from Seth Godin and holds true for those people out there trying to find a way to fight Obesity.  I see people everyday who have no confidence in themselves and are always looking for a person, place or thing to answer the question as to why they can’t lose body fat.  There is no quick fix, its lifestyle change that makes it happen.

:You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them.” – Michael Jordan

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