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vicki l.

Mill Valley, California
I'm not big into the gym thing because ... why go nowhere on a stationary bike when you can go somewhere? I take my exercise outside, mostly hiking and walking my dog. I used to take belly dance classes -- talk about a workout -- and I'd love to get back into that. Great exercise, and a celebration of all that's feminine and sexy as all hell. When I'm not hiking or walking, I love indie...

Donna Patient ExpertHealth Maven

League City, Texas
I am a 40 years young, full-time working Wife, Mom and sometime student and most recently, a triathlete! After having Gastric Bypass Surgery on November 15, 2006, I'm learning what it's like to actually lead my life, instead of watching it from the sidelines. The journey was not an easy one to start and there have been some ups and downs, but I don't reget my choice as it was best for me.

Pam T. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Cave Creek, Arizona
Purpose purveyor, change catalyst, accountable agent, mover and shaker maker - a.k.a, Certified Life and Corporate Coach, Author, and Public Speaker. When you have time, please visit: www.whatswithinu.com, www.walkingmyownwalk.com, www.makethemostofu.com, www.willtherealu.com

David M.

San Jose, California
Software test engineer Bike/train commuter Political activist

Nancy T. Patient Expert

Saint Michaels, Maryland
Tri-mom Squared, aka The Nancinator: I'm a back of the pack triathlete and a 51-year-old full-time mom of twin kindergarteners. I struggle with motivation and weight loss but keep plugging away. Since 2000 I've completed in various road races and triathlons somewhere around 20 miles swimming, 888 miles cycling, and 1174 miles running and walking. It's a start. Probably I'll always be eligible...

Kathleen D.

San Francisco, California
I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, which is rich in so many areas - its environment, culture, the arts, culinary delights, and, of course, anything technological. I'm an interface designer, who like so many here, spends more hours in the rays of a computer screen than in the rays of the sun. Though, no complaints about digging into projects , pushing pixels, and surfing virtually. However, I...