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Egg Salad Bento Lunch This egg salad bento box is a hearty lunch and snack all in one. Spoon the egg salad into a lettuce “bowl” to keep it looking pretty and enjoy with cocktail bread and veggies. Toss banana and blueberries with yogurt to keep the bananas from turning brown. Save the chocolate chips […]

This Morning

Jul
2011
28

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Great morning for a 5 1/2 mile bike ride.  Even stopped at the playground and did some pull ups, plyometric lunges and played on the parallel bars!  Came home finished up with legs, bicep and triceps.  I hope you went out and rejuvenated today!

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This is one of my favorite recipes.  I have 2 cups of raw veggies with it and a small fruit. Comes from Eating Well. Mini Chile Relleno Casseroles Everyone gets an individual portion with this vegetarian, Tex-Mex mini casserole. A normal-size casserole like this would take close to an hour to bake—these are ready in […]

Speed Work #2

Jul
2011
26

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I have 7 400’s to run today at the track.  Also, plan to attend a Yoga stretch class.  I will update once I have completed it.  Completed 7 400’s after a 1 mile warmup, then ran the bleachers with some push ups and dips included.  Great workout!  Adding on to this workout, just finished a […]

Geocaching

Jul
2011
25

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Geocaching?  Kinda like hide and seek.  You are given clues to find a hidden container that are different shapes and sizes.  Yes, I am in, I want to go.  My daughter and her friend were going Geocaching and I talked my husband into going too.  Fill up your water bottles and get your knee high […]

Running the Half

Jul
2011
25

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Another Great Article from Tony Flesch, Jul. 15, 2011 Half Crazy! Thanks to Debbie Fetterman for asking me to be a Contributor to this blog, and to my good friend Spareribs LaMothe for the introduction and kind words in his blog on Monday. For my inaugural blog, I decided to share some information about the explosion […]

Running in the heat

Jul
2011
25

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This article is from a friend of mine. The Heat is On! In the midst of these 100 degree-days, it’s a good time to review some hot weather running tips. Summer running and training in Texas requires some extra caution to help keep us cool and safe. Even though the heat is on, many runners […]

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This morning we headed out with our group and rode 16 miles.  Great morning to be out and riding.  Hope you were able to get out and move too.

8 mile run

Jul
2011
24

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Went for a nice long run today.  We were so lucy to have a nice breeze today.

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Have you set aside time for yourself to grow.  Don’t rob yourself of this and give all your time away.  Set aside some time everyday for you to grow.  You decide how long you want and how much time you have and what you can commit to.                 […]

Rest Day…Barre

Jul
2011
23

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Today I tried a new class called Powerhouse Barre and this was my favorite class this week as well it was a great workout. The class is combined of ballet and Pilates exercises to work your core, thighs, glutes and upper body.   Have you tried any yoga or pilates classes?  If not, what cha waiting […]

40 minute Run

Jul
2011
22

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Today was a 40 minute run.  Hot, but breezy and some humidity.  I’m so ready for some cooler air so I can breath!  Tomorrow no running, resting for the long run this weekend.  I think I am going to try a Yoga barre stretch class tomorrow.

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All in one day!  Ran 3 miles easy this morning came back did weights.  Tried a Basic Mat Pilates class later in the morning.  Great class, realized I have sore ribs from yoga on yesterday.  Wonder if my abs will be sore from all our ab work today!

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Big Sur International Marathon – running on the edge of the western world Celebrating its 25th anniversary with a very good reason.  This marathon was picked by Runners World as one of the 3 best marathons as well as the nation’s best destination marathon. There were approximately 13,000 runners participating in either the marathon, 21 […]

Speed work today

Jul
2011
20

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Track workout this hot muggy morning!  1 mile warmup and 5 400’s – 5 sets of bleacher runs, then walked 2 laps for cool down, if you call it that……then tried out a gentle flow yoga class.  Felt great after running today.

Nourishment

Jul
2011
20

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“Eat what is good and your soul will delight” Isaiah 55:2

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Julie and I rode 5 1/2 miles this morning on our mountain bikes which took about 45 minutes,  then came back and did 30 minutes weight training.  This is her 2nd time to ride a bike in 25 years, she did awesome!  Soon she will be training for a triathlon!      

Date Bars

Jul
2011
18

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Date Joy Bars:     Base ingredients:   8 ozs. mashed Dates (fresh Medjool dates) 1/2 cup walnuts   add: any 1 or more to your base   1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut 1/2 cup carob chips 1/2 cup unsweetened dried fruit: cherries, mangos, etc.   Mix all ingredients in food processor, shape into balls, […]

Blackberry Tart

Jul
2011
18

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Blackberry Tart Blackberries are such a nutritious food. This recipe is a delicious way to incorporate them into a healthy dessert, so you can have them often. The natural sweetness of this unusual crust allows you to enjoy a tasty dessert without added sugar. Prep and Cook Time: around 30 minutes; chilling time: 3 hours  […]

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Avocado Enchiladas/Chicken Enchiladas This recipe originally called for Avocados, but my husband does not like them, so I make half of my enchiladas with Chicken and the other half with Avocados. This dish can be made early in the day, cover them and store them in the fridge and place in the oven when ready. […]

Morning Bike Ride

Jul
2011
17

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This morning we went out for our bike ride and rode 15 miles.  We decided to drop our bikes off at the bike shop for a check up!  Needless to say, my bike was in top shape, but the other needed new tires, they were showing signs of cracking, and that means new tubes as […]

8 Mile Run

Jul
2011
15

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Today I went ahead and did my long run.  We have a couple of things to be at on Saturday, so decided to get this one out of the way.  Did you rejuvenate?

Against my will

Jul
2011
15

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I began a program back in May that I agreed to attend but not willing to go, Okay, well I really did kinda want to go through it, but I knew it would be difficult.  Not knowing where this adventure would take me.  I did learn to recognize that one of my biggest fear is […]

My visit with Vera

Jul
2011
15

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Last week for the first time I visited a nursing home.  Really didn’t know I was volunteering on the Hospice side.  But was pleasantly surprised with my visits.  I met Vera, sporting around in her hat, she was from Denton and back in the day she sang on the radio!  How cool is that!  She […]

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Yes, this just might be a rest day for me. “Getting enough rest after exercise is essential to high-level performance, but many still over train and feel guilty when they take a day off. The body repairs and strengthens itself in the time between workouts, and continuous training can actually weaken the strongest athletes. Rest […]

Ear Stapling

Jul
2011
14

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Information EAR STAPLING has been around for over 2 decades   Staples are placed at key pressure points to target weight loss, stress, tension, migraines, and smoking cessation There are over 700 different auricular points on the ear.  I concentrate on certain pressure points that target appetite, stress, tension, IBS, gastric reflux, and cravings There […]

Run…

Jul
2011
13

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5 mile run today.  Gearing up for the half marathon in October!

Run, run, run

Jul
2011
12

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Ran 3 miles today, came home did 30 minute weight training.  And what did you do?

30/15

Jul
2011
09

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It was a hot humid run this morning.  Went out for a 30 minute run came home worked on triceps for about 15 minutes!  Did you rejuvenate today?

Hydrapouch

Jul
2011
08

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httpv://youtu.be/5mH-7bVXQoc Jeff Galloway, Olympic Marathoner, best-selling author, “America’s Coach”, inventor of the Galloway Training Method, and director of over 80 marathon and half-marathon training programs across the U.S. Jeff Galloway On the HydraPouch personal hydrator: “The HydraPouch is much easier to drink from while running than a paper cup.  Runners drink more and stay better hydrated, and we all know […]

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