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The Weekly Chase...Another Half, Homework, and Tennis! by roadrunnergirl Posted Mon 08 Oct 2012 5:00am I know you are all wondering about our camping trip this weekend. Don't worry...I took tons of pics and will share them with you all tomorrow! But today it's time for The Weekly Chase! I link up every week with M elissa at Live, Love, and Run for this post and I love it! You should join us!!! Here are my goals from last week and ... Read on »
An Ace for Family Fitness by Kara Douglass Thom Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 Jan 2010 12:00am One of the things that irks me as a mom is standing around twiddling my thumbs while my kids take lessons. Before I allow myself to sound too self-centered to watch in amazement as my children learn new skills and master their God-given talents, let me say that I do enjoy watching them practice/play--just not for the whole lesson. I get a ... Read on »
Splash, Step, and So Happy Tennis is Over by RunEatPlay Posted Thu 02 Aug 2012 4:21pm Yesterday Yesterday afternoon, the kids and I packed a lunch and headed to the splash park for a while. The kids had a great time playing in the water, sand, and at the park. Sometimes, I think they like the sand more than the water. Me: Last Night’s Workout 5 minutes run/1 minute walk (x3) stride ... Read on »
The Weekly Chase...REST! by roadrunnergirl Posted Mon 15 Oct 2012 6:00am I promise I will get my race recap up asap! I got a call to sub last night...I was so looking forward to resting today but couldn't turn down the job. I need money lol! So I will work on it as soon as I can! It's time for another Weekly Chase! I would love it if you linked up with us for this awesome post each week! It really helps keep me acc ... Read on »
ronaldo would not towards Lawrence scholarship nomination list by fashiodesigner Posted Sat 15 Dec 2012 6:24am according on the gil local newspaper the current reports, 2013 Lawrence designation assortment has been in thorough swing, the specific cash payouts nominations and additionally team had been designed. In the season's right pro athletes involving wide variety, Lionel messi and will be particular and Jamaica flight secure version highly competitive ... Read on »
Walk in the Park by Chris D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 12:06pm School was out today for Presidents Day, but work was not. Mutitasking at its finest! I kept the boy occupied by having one of his friends over for a play date. The little one's play date fell through, so we went to Blockbuster to pick out a movie for her to watch while I finished some deadline work. To get energy out at the end of th ... Read on »
A Tennis Ball for Trouble Spots by Lauren W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Mar 2008 3:51pm 1 Comment So how DO dancers keep going all the time, despite pains and injury? What do we use to deal with soreness and fatigue? This new section will give you good ideas to use and modify for yourself. Today is for… Tennis balls Tennis balls are the easiest way to work out knots and sore muscles. Here are a few ideas to try. Once you get the ... Read on »
Tennis Techniques – An Overview by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Jan 2013 8:17am Apart from picking notes on a guitar, my next best passion has been to study the game of football replete with its formations, positions as well as tips and tricks. No, we're not talking about American football but good old soccer which is more than a pastime in Europe and South America. Football is indeed my passion and Lionel Mes ... Read on »
The Tennis Match That Wasn’t by Live from La Quinta Posted Fri 15 Mar 2013 12:39am I was at the Indian Well Tennis Gardens for the BNP Paribas tournament the other day, but this was as close as  got to any real tennis. Let me explain. The BNP Paribas Open is the current incarnation of the tennis tournament that takes place every March in Indian Wells, which is just down the road from La Quinta. I am fortunate that I ... Read on »
Floral Art And Tennis by david hamilton Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Jul 2009 6:10pm This beautiful pink flower was growing at Hils the other day. When we stopped for lunch I took a few photos of her flowers. I think this is a Chrysanthenum. The structure and colours are so intricate. You could paint a picture just of the concentric flower petals and the inner stamens stained with yellow. I am off work today, but the temperat ... Read on »