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Beautiful HypnoBirth story--an unplanned, unassisted homebirth by Carol Yeh-Garner Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:11pm A fellow HypnoBirthing practitioner just had her 3rd HypnoBirth. She describes her birth beautifully using some of the Birthing Affirmations. Enjoy reading it! And congratulations to the Arthur family. Our family would like to share the great news that Clark Douglas Arthur arrived last Thursday March 20th at 1:45am at the time of the Spr ... Read on »
To Grunt or Not to Grunt, that is the Question by Logan F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:14pm D eep breathing is essential in a good workout. But when does deep breathing become grunting? And does grunting actually help? Or is it merely a form of exhibitionism? To grunt or not grunt, and what constitutes a grunt, these are the questions discussed here. So before making that next giant exhalation in public, understand about grunting's val ... Read on »
Encounters With the Grunt Lady by Kristie Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Feb 2010 12:00am Should I be worried when walking to class and and a creepy old lady grunts at me out her car window? And these were specific me-directed grunts. I heard them coming from a car behind me while walking down the sidewalk but decided I’d rather not turn around. The car passes and this crazy scrunch-faced woman is staring me down as she driv ... Read on »
Encounters With the Grunt Lady by Kristie Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Feb 2010 12:00am Should I be worried when walking to class and and a creepy old lady grunts at me out her car window? And these were specific me-directed grunts. I heard them coming from a car behind me while walking down the sidewalk but decided I’d rather not turn around. The car passes and this crazy scrunch-faced woman is staring me down as she drives by! I ... Read on »
Eats, Grunts, and Leaves by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:05pm Reading the news, it makes me wonder: why is it so hard to get an appointment with my PCP if everyone is being given the power of an MD? Schools can be doctors. They're putting BMIs on students' report cards, sending home Fitnessgrams (for more, see Harriet Brown and Sandy Szwarc ). Businesses can to. They have health ... Read on »
Fruit Grunt by Erica S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:04am The rest of today has been pretty relaxing :). I ran over to my friend Nikki's (I brought her some cupcakes and she gave them a great review!!) and we ran through a few turbo tracks for our upcoming launch. After, I took a quick nap with Frank: and then showered. I ran to starbucks to pickup a couple of Misto's for Josh and I. The coffee was defin ... Read on »
Grunting and noise in the gym... ... by Brett Jones Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:01am Grunting and noise in the gym... See the NY Times story below on a Wappingers Falls, N.Y. man who had his Planet Fitness membership revoked for grunting during his workout: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/11/18/nyregion/18grunt.html?em&ex=1164171600&en It says during the story that he was using about 500 pounds "across his back" (I will ... Read on »
Berry Apple Grunt by Dreena Burton !. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 12:06am When I began writing ed& bv, I had intended to include some vegan versions of traditional recipes from Atlantic Canada. Some of you that have TEV or that have been following my blog know that I grew up in Newfoundland. I posted about it before. I did manage to put my twist on the Atlantic classic Blueberry Grunt recipe... my version being a ... Read on »
Grunting For Strength Gains by Lance B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Oct 2009 10:01pm UGHHHH! AHHHHH! UGHHHH! AHHHHH! UGHHHH! AHHHHH! The sounds of two baboons fighting to the death? Nope, just the melodic sounds of a typical woman's tennis match these days. Actually, there is nothing typical about the shrieks of exertion by Maria Sharapova ... Read on »
Ugh.. and Grunt.. by The Fitness Moms Posted Sat 26 Mar 2011 10:23am When I was a little girl, I remember the rule was that the parents get the couch and the kids sit on the floor. Period. Whenever my parents did sit on the floor, it involved a lot of harrumphing and grunting and “oh, I’m getting old”  kind of blah blah blah. Now that I’m grown, I think of back then and I realize that my parents were ... Read on »