December 2009

2009 Popular Posts

December 31, 2009
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2009 was definitely a tough year for me on the health front but I’ve stayed with it and am committed to finding a way to be successful – and this blog and you my great readers are a couple of those things that are going to get me there. I thought it would be interesting […]

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Why Do I Do The Things That I Do?

December 26, 2009
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A little post-Christmas, pre-New Years reflecting: When I make peanut butter toast for my kids I spread a very thin dollop of peanut butter on one slice of bread. When I make peanut butter toast for myself I spread as much peanut butter as my knife will hold and I slather on it two slices […]

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The Pull-Up Bar Workout

December 25, 2009
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This is a guest post by Shaun Connell. A pull up bar is an excellent purchase option for anyone looking to buy some home exercise equipment with a small budget and minimal work out space. A pull up bar can be purchased for as little as $30 and can be installed easily in your door […]

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Recapping a Week of Guest Posts

December 21, 2009
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So as you have probably noticed, this was the week of the guest post. Not sure exactly how it happened to be honest since I never really went out there recruiting for them, it just sort of happened. But I am glad that it did as I think it’s fun to see other perspectives and […]

Don’t Procrastinate On Weight Loss, Take Small Steps Now

December 20, 2009
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This is a guest post by Mary from A Merry Life. I love John’s blog because he has so much great information from his old posts and from his latest guest posts. But one thing that is missing? Action. John even mentioned it himself when he wrote about his new blog design. He has been […]

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Losing Fat The Engineered Way; My Weight Loss Story

December 19, 2009
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This is a guest post by Greg from gregstransformation.com Losing fat, and I purposely use the word fat not weight, is not an easy task. If it was easy everyone would be in great shape. The weight loss/fat loss industry is a multi-billion dollar business to help people in the task of weight loss. It […]

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Find a Personal Trainer That’s Custom-Made For Your Needs

December 18, 2009
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This is a guest post by Scott Gray from FitnessTips101.com. If you’ve been struggling for a long time in your goal of losing weight and reducing belly fat, it may be time for you to find a personal trainer. People hire personal trainers for a number of reasons, but the main reason is to help […]

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Bye-Bye Big Guy’s Lucky 7 Holiday Party Eating Tips

December 17, 2009
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This is a guest post by Freddy McCloud from Bye Bye Big Guy. Are you dreading the holiday season because of all the fattening treats that will be lurking at those holiday parties? Are you worried that those months of hard work will be sabotaged in just a few short weeks, as the shortbread cookies […]

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The Importance of Mindset in Losing Weight

December 16, 2009
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This is a guest post by Michael Berton from SubliminalWeightPro™. A proper and positive mindset is essential to almost all endeavors – and any professional athlete or businessman will agree. However, in diets and weight loss it is even more crucial – even all the knowledge about weight loss and workouts is useless without the […]

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