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My First Head Race -- Just off the dock and rowing to the start (that's me waving)


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  • v CHANETC
    Sorry for the delay in answering your comments on my page. I set a goal of 10,000 when I read that this was a good length to get in shape for a rowing tour. I haven't made it to Europe, but my son and daughter visited me in August from France. I'm no getting my time s that I can complete 10,000 meter within an hour. I haven't worked on speed for some time, so I have no recent rankings. I will start rowing for a ranking to see how I've progressed. I've switched to a live food program and my energy level has increased, my cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure, and weight have dropped because of the changes. I'm not 100% raw food, but I'm better than 80% at this time. I haven't rowed on water yet. When I lose 80 more pounds, I plan to take lessons at the San Diego Aquatic Center so that I can row on water. I'm looking forward to it.
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    3542 days ago
  • v TEENY_BIKINI
    Hey beautiful. Let's shake it up! Woot!

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    3573 days ago
  • v TEENY_BIKINI
    August will be awesomeness. Just like you! Woot!

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    Thanks for stopping by, hot stuff.
    3584 days ago
  • v BILL24
    Thanks for the add back!! emoticon
    3586 days ago
  • v MOVE-DAILY
    I loved this quote today:
    Most people approach changing their health habits from a position of "pain". They constantly nag themselves, berate themselves and expect nothing but perfection, no matter how much progress is made. Tools of the trade are guilt, doubt, shame and self-flogging. Instead of celebrating the 24 pounds they’ve lost, they see the six they still haven’t lost. Sound familiar? To people used to beating themselves up, it may seem like the best way to get motivated. But consider this: if you attempted to motivate an employee like that, how long do you think they’d stick around? How successful would they be?

    Let’s do it differently this time. Try to approach your goals from a position of "possibilities" instead. Find ways to use regular rewards to pat yourself on the back and give a word of encouragement. I
    3588 days ago
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