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The title of my page is paraphrasing the CEO of Novo Nordisk (manufacture of insulin and diabetes products).

This is my Spark page. I am a middle aged, overweight pretty ordinary guy who is trying to live healthy and be active. I was hypertensive. That is under control. I still have weight to lose, and hopefully that will come under control.
The title of my page is paraphrasing the CEO of Novo Nordisk (manufacture of insulin and diabetes products).

This is my Spark page. I am a middle aged, overweight pretty ordinary guy who is trying to live healthy and be active. I was hypertensive. That is under control. I still have weight to lose, and hopefully that will come under control.


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Member Since: 1/22/2008

SparkPoints: 60,046

Fitness Minutes: 120,076

My Goals:
2015 (temporary)
15k trail run Wooster Ohio - done!
North country run - Wellston MI
North coast half marathon
Detroit Half marathon (10 year anniversary of running half marathons)
Run across Rhode Island
?? Big Foot trail run

My Program:
"we may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated" Maya Angelou.

"Accept the challenges so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory." General Patton

"Those who think they have not time for exercise will sooner have have to find time for illness" Edward Stanley



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"You lose 100 percent of the shots you don't take." Wayne Gretsky

"You are the CEO of your one person company" Chris Mccormack.

"If there is no struggle, there is no progress."

�Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness.� ~Edward Stanley



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Success is a year-round choice. You must decide what you want, why you want it, and how you plan to achieve it. No one else can, will, or should do that for you. (SP Article)

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SUSIEMT
8/27/2015 10:58:13 AM

I normally wouldn't leave a comment like that but I saw another one that made me do it. Oh, that devil is evil sometimes! But it needed to be said. Thank you.



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DDOORN
7/11/2015 10:23:12 PM

SUCH a pleasure talking with you too!

And we WILL meet up yet! :-)

Take care with all of your awesome adventures. You just keep inspiring the heck out of all of us!

Don



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ANNEMARGAR
6/16/2015 5:47:51 AM

Thank you for stopping by my Spark Page and commenting on my pictures. We did enjoy a lovely trip to Copenhagen and Stockholm - yes, we did get to see the old part of Stockholm. Can't waiit to go back again. Enjoy a fabulous day!!



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SPEEDYDOG
6/14/2015 3:42:32 PM

Thanks for your comment on my "Rookie Mistakes" blog. I live in a great place for all types of biking. I prefer trail riding. However, I think I am going to put my high pressure Ritchey tires back on my cross-bike and do a little road riding. I have all the roadie paraphernalia, including a visorless helmet, tight fitting jerseys with 10" zipper and tight cycling shorts.

Road bike kits are tighter than mountain bike kits. Mountain biking baggy shorts and loose fitting jerseys leave room for protective gear. Tight fitting road jerseys and shorts don't flap in the wind.

Mountain bike helmets have visors to help shield the rider's face from mud and branches. Road bike helmets are thicker and heavier than road helmet. A visor on a road bike may impede forward vision when riding on the "drops".

I like all types of bikes, road and mountain. I am too darn old for BMX and dirt jumping. I found there was a point in my life when it was a bad idea to voluntarily put my butt above my head!

Thanks, Bruce



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DDOORN
5/13/2015 6:54:51 AM

I mix it up every now & then with the rower...perhaps once every week or two. I figure it's a good full-body workout that gets me off the bike or elliptical, my steadier forms of cardio. I'll also toss in the stair climber once every week or two as well.

Don



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