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Myths about weight loss: Health and fitness tips from an Architect

Originally posted on I Love My Architect:
I recently lost 40 lbs and went from a size 38 pants to 32.  I want to share some of my tips with my readers to help them get health and fit for…

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Why This Year is My Year

1) Experience  Older and a bit wiser, I’m no longer a Triathlete (swimming/cyclist) newbie Train smarter, not harder Understanding/improving my strengths and weaknesses 2) Packs Learn from the experience of my running and cycling groups Join another running group that

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Running / Pretty Boys

“Running isn’t a sport for pretty boys… It’s about the sweat in your hair and the blisters on your feet. Its the frozen spit on your chin and the nausea in your gut. It’s about throbbing calves and cramps at

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Running on Snow & Ice (Head Start for Spring / Summer Races)

SHOW UP [Notice: Empty (frozen) parking lot, no cars] DO A FEW 360’S ON THE SNOW & ICE BUNDLE UP, IT’S FREEZING OUT HERE SMILE… RUN IS DONE (Slow but Fun, some slipping but thankfully no spills) ONE MORE SELFIE

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Myths About Weight Loss: Health and Fitness Tips from an Architect (Ninja)

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Getting Outta Bed

  You have to get out of bed first – that’s the hardest part. Of course, I have sore knees and a bad back, but so what? I’m 80!  David Arst, Winner of the 80-to-84 division at the USA Triathlon

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