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Lesson #122: How to Work Out In the Middle of the Work Day by Rachel Wilkerson Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 30 Jan 2012 10:22am Last fall, I started taking on a lot more responsibilities and had to face the reality that fitting in everything I wanted to do was going to be a challenge. One way that I’ve made it a little bit easier is working out midday as often as possible. It took a bit of trial and error to make a lunch workout work for me, but now that I have a r ... Read on »
Hate working in Mid Valley by suzette Patient Expert Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 5:12am The ‘new’ job’s office is in MidValley. Since October, more than 3 months now, working in that jam packed area. Going to the office in the morning still alright, since not many shoppers would be there at 9am. But going home, the moment we left the car park, jam started. On bad days, jam even started in the car park itself! Last month ... Read on »
Baby got back! by eatspinrunrpt Posted Thu 24 Feb 2011 7:58am Good morning friends! I hope you’re having a fabulous Thursday so far. Thank you so much for all of your comments on yesterday’s post – it turns out there are a a lot of falafel fans out there, and I’m thinking I need to try spaghetti with clams because a couple of you were raving about it! My latest favourite salad topping Th ... Read on »
Why Back Massages Will Never Eliminate Mid Back Pain by Sukie B. Posted Wed 09 Mar 2011 11:11pm Back pain – whether it be mid back pain, lower back pain or shoulder and neck pain – makes life miserable.  Even simple activities like sitting at a computer, watching a movie or just hanging out with friends lose their allure when you’re nursing sore, aching muscles.  Middle back pain is quickly becoming a common complaint, almost as com ... Read on »
Ditch The Crunches And Learn To Really Work Your Abs by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 May 2009 9:12am You Don’t Need To Work Your Abs From Sixteen Angles So I was in the gym today and noticed an advertisement for a new fitness class. I can’t recall exactly what it was named, but basically it was “Ab Blaster” or something like that. It was touted as “30 minutes of direct core work.” And my only thought was “What a waste of 30 minutes!” Yes, ... Read on »
How A Bunch of "Kidz Who Whiz" Worked It OutThe Story of the 2010 Ragnar Relay NY (Part III) by The Laminator Posted Sat 22 May 2010 1:37pm Catching Some Z's It was almost midnight by the time we handed off to Van 1 for their overnight adventure. We were tired, hungry (at least I was) and had only a few hours before we'd be back up again for our next leg. I suggested we stop off at a diner for food, but since the rest of my van felt sleeping was more important, we drove off ... Read on »
Eep, work in a week by Robin Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Mar 2012 12:00am Omigod I go back to work in one week. I've been away from it so long that it feels like a distant memory of something I once did, people I once knew. The feeling that this workplace is a vague recollection or a dream makes it very difficult to remember the mechanics of my job. Will I remember the order in which I scaled items? Will I remember ho ... Read on »
What a Piece of Work is a Man… by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Thu 31 Mar 2011 1:31pm What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties, in form and moving how express and admirable, in action how like an angel, in apprehension how like a god! the beauty of the world, the paragon of animals—and yet, to me, what is this quintessence of dust? Hamlet , Act II, Scene II, Page 3 William Shakespea ... Read on »
Work Work Work by Erika L Facebook Posted Tue 05 Jun 2012 10:20pm I started working right out of high school. I couldn’t wait to get a job and get earning. I had a job at a wonderful bookstore called Rackstraw Books in Danville, CA, then went to work at a nursery called Navelets in Walnut Creek, CA (in retrospect, books and plants, duh!). The college thing never really set right with me, I did a stin ... Read on »
Pilates Leg Work- Inner Thighs by Elaine E. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 5:43pm 1 Comment In pilates, your inner thighs really get a workout because they are actually part of your core. They are just as important to connecting to your midline as your abdominals are. Here are some exercises on the mat and on the equipment, that can be easier, smoother, and felt more deeply when using and thinking about your ... Read on »