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200th Strava Activity!

My 2018 New Year’s Resolution was to exercise daily for one full year. 22 months later and I’m still going strong.

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How to Suck Less in the Mountains, Part I

Being in great Mountain Shape is easier and closer than you think. Here are some tried and true ways to train for your weekend adventuring.

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There’s fear, and then there is fear

Grizzly bear standing on hind legs

Have you ever feared for your life? I’m not talking about the thrill of driving through the game park and the lion jumps on top of your well-protected vehicle, or wondering if the roller coaster might derail as you loop

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Be happy, that’s real success

Yeah! You reached your goal! Woo hoo!  How do you feel? Good? Awesome? Or, are you wondering what’s next? Do you ever just sit with your current achievement and enjoy it? I mean, really enjoy it. Revel in it? Roll around

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Rosilyn Kinnersley, BodyTalk Practitioner and Instructor, Australia

Today’s post is brought to you by a fellow BodyTalker in Australia, Rosilyn Kinnersley. In this heart-felt story about an elderly family member named Norm, Rosilyn explains BodyTalk in a way we can all relate to it. * * * Norm

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Mount Rundle vs BodyTalk

Mount Rundle summit.

If you’ve ever visited, or even seen pictures of the historic town of Banff in Canada’s Rocky Mountains, then you’ve seen Mount Rundle. It’s big. It’s a long hike followed by a ‘one step up, two steps sliding backwards’ scramble

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Full gratitude bliss

A good friend and I were able to actually sit down and chat for an hour, something that doesn’t happen very often with our busy schedules. She asked me what was on my mind. This is what I should have

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