Moderate your holiday indulgence for effective...

No one ever wrote a holiday song about moderation. It’s “Deck the Halls…” and “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…” and “On the first day of...
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Meet Alex – the one-man "South of Chicago"...

One of the truly special delights about writing this blog is hearing all the fun and inspirational stories of people who, despite setbacks and...
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Bagging, Sagging and Dragging, but Still Moving...

Poised for action at the starting line of this year’s Fort4Fitness Senior Marathon, she was dressed to the nines, sporting a sign with these words:...
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Mom's Senior Marathon: Redux

Well, we made it! Mom, or Jean O'Shaughnessy to most of the world, completed her second Fort4Fitness Senior Challenge marathon this past weekend as...
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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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