You can be the source of your own miraculous...

In my last blog post, I introduced Terry and Joan Garman, who, despite Terry’s debilitating Parkinson’s disease, manage to exercise regularly. They...
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No excuses, please

Over the last year, we have met some special and inspirational people via this blog (love you, Mom!). We have covered some of the excuses many of us...
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New heroes, old theme

Some time ago, I began working with the Fort Wayne Fire Department (FWFD) after the tragic death of a New Haven police officer – the result of a heart...
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Mom's back, with friends

Bet you can't guess who's back in the “exercise saddle” after a long winter and spring of relative inactivity.   Yes, indeed, my now 80-year-old...
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Welcome Back! Where did you go?

Hello again, it has been a while. Where the heck did I go?   That is an excellent question.   In previous blogs, I wrote about life's getting “in the...
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Go fish for heart-healthy meals

February is American Heart Month and a time to reflect on ways to keep our hearts healthy. After all, when we treat it well, the heart dutifully beats...
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Moderation: Can dieting really be that simple?

Well, we have made it through another Thanksgiving holiday, but how many of us used the appropriate amount of self-control and chose not to overeat?  ...
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Motivation Waning? Become a Mentor

So, you have achieved that goal of participating in one of the Fort4Fitness events or other major organized event this year and now feel the letdown...
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She did it! Mom achieves goal!

Well, she did it! Mom proudly walked across the finish line at Parkview Field on Friday night to the cheers of friends and family achieving her goal...
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The Real Deal - Shalon's Commitment to Small...

During the last several editions of this blog you have met my college age son and my seventy-something (actually almost 80 but don't tell her) mother...
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