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Pomp, Circumstance, Irish Moss and Changing Pace by eatdancelive Posted Sat 22 May 2010 12:00am Where was I yesterday? I was getting ready: For the crowning moment of the past two years of my life: The day didn't happen without its share of toil and trouble: it all began with my big family grad dinner getting postponed because my mom and my grandmother are actually really sick. However, my mom is an amazing trooper an ... Read on »
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January's Great Fitness Experiment: A New You in the New Year (Giveaway!) by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Dec 2009 6:18pm Too bad Mark Twain is dead - he's my kind of trainer After six months of maternity leave, The Great Fitness Experiment is finally going to return to doing Great Fitness Experiments! While I have been gestating I managed to store up some really great fitness Experiments for 2010 and January's is a great one. Back when I did my Online Person ... Read on »
“Strong is the New Skinny” Has Gone Too Far by fortheloveofkale Posted Wed 18 Apr 2012 7:48pm Happy hump day, friends! I”m so glad that you enjoyed  yesterday’s post on the question of soy’s inclusion in our lives. It makes my day to read your positive feedback. I just want to re-iterate a couple of things that came up in the comments section: Soy is one of those foods that can elicit an allergenic response for some people. If yo ... Read on »
Prepping for Moss Park by taking a vacation. by Ryan Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm This week I have been absorbing my workouts. I went to see a movie. I went kayaking with the family at a local lake which may have been strategic... (Moss Park). And we went to SeaWorld for two days in a row. The first day at SeaWorld, I was able to ride on the Atlantis ride with my son and daughter, but my wife and eldest son got to the front ... Read on »
From the Research Files: Skinny People Die Young by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Nov 2008 12:28pm Skinny people die young. Compared to overweight people, that is. Contradicting what I, and many of you, have come to feel is common sense, this study says that people in the "overweight" category of the BMI scale live longer, healthier lives than their "normal" counterparts with people in the "underweight" and "obese" categories having the wors ... Read on »
by Corinne Moss-Racusin Recently... by Carly K. Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 5:59pm by Corinne Moss-Racusin Recently, I purchased a new computer to aid my return to long nights in the library as an incoming social psychology graduate student. As part of a promotion targeting students, my new Mac laptop came with a free iPod Nano. I’ve noticed ads touting Nike+, the recent collaboration of Nike and Apple. This technology all ... Read on »
The benefits of yoga for baby boomer men — guest post by Erica Moss by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Aug 2012 1:03am A yoga class. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Yoga is an ancient discipline first practiced by Buddhists in 11th century India. According to recent estimates, around 20 million Americans currently practice yoga, but only a quarter of that population is male. This is unfortunate because the health benefits of yoga are not exclusive to women. ... Read on »
NIA: neuromuscular whatwhat? by Carla B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Aug 2009 5:43pm This blogger’s recent commentboth brought me back to an article Id written with which I shall  now proceed to bore you and reminded me how much I’d enjoyed the FREEDOM of NIA. I love the idea of “restful movement.” Speaking of which, has MizFit ever done NIA? it’s not exactly restful but it is also not taxing in the way I think of workou ... Read on »
Why the Scales Really Don’t Matter by Fat Girl PhD Posted Thu 06 Sep 2012 4:00am I’ve said before how evil the scales can be. Repeatedly. I swear to God, they are put on this earth just to toy with my emotions, because whenever I feel like I’ve had a really good week, boom! I can guarantee you I will have apparently gained a few pounds. Never fails. There are so many variables that can affect your weight from day to day ... Read on »