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I lost over a 100 lbs a decade ago and I've kept it off. Now I serve others to help them reach their health potential. Follow me and my discoveries.
I'm Susan. I'm a mom, a grandmother, and a Master Kettlebell Trainer.
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In a year I’ll be a better me! She already is better. The first step to being better is to believe you are. Today I spent a radical day with my rock star friend Chelsey. I admire her outlook on … Continue reading
When I thought about writing a peer week, I wanted to make sure I got a variety of people. With different outlooks, different pasts. I did not want people like me. I wanted opinions. I wanted individuals. There is no … Continue reading
‘Health is a lifestyle, not a 60 minute quick-paced fix’ ~Tabitha Wood I had a blast interviewing my beyond awesome friend Tabitha Nicole. A 25-year old, ICU nurse, Crossfitter. We sat down, dug deep and enjoyed some photo fun! Here … Continue reading
We’re going to do a flip from lasts week’s posts on longevity. What is current now? I admit most of our clients coming in our middle-aged women. They want to make a change. But what about the rest of the … Continue reading
To finish off this week’s theme of Longevity I will do a little book review. For several years I have had a copy of The Art of the Living Long. I love it, it’s tattered and old looking, with gold … Continue reading
It’s no secret that I can be a twinge weird sometimes. I am fascinated by the animal odd bits. I spent last summer figuring out how to make tongues and kidneys delicious. To me it was a fun task and … Continue reading
In ode to the longest living human being, Jeanne Calment, we are going to look at the French today. There is of course the French Paradox. The French eat a lot of fat, yet their health rates are better. They … Continue reading
Thinking about the Okinawan’s and talking with my friend Cam about how he’d love to do tai chi and instruct in it, makes Tai Chi is the perfect topic for this week’s exercise post. Plus it’s right up my alley: … Continue reading
Yesterday I explored longevity a bit, so naturally this spiked my curiosity about the world’s oldest people (they actually say we could live to be 120 to 160 years old) Hence the picture of this woman: Jeanne Calment. This pic … Continue reading