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Ida Keeling is an American track and field athlete. Born in 1915, Keeling is a colossal force of nature. She holds Masters Records in 60 meter and 100 meter distances for women in the 95-99 and 100-plus age groups. Did I mention that she is 102 years old?
On Sunday March 11th, I ran the San Diego Half Marathon, my first half marathon. Crossing the finish line was one of the best experiences but it came at a cost and it wasn’t easy. Continue reading for the story.
Sometimes a person makes a decision to accomplish a task- a bevy of concrete reasons not required. It's a "just because" moment. For Laurie Russell, Saturday March 3, 2018 was one of them.
This week's blog will be written by you!
On August 2nd, 2016 I decided to start a sugar detox with my friend and I had no idea how much my life would change and how much I would gain from the experience. A year and a half later I am 40 pounds lighter and have lost almost 10% of my body fat.
It’s so hard to think it’s been more than 12 years since we developed the concept of our one-on-one private studio.
Answers are at the end...but no peaking!
It wasn’t a PR but it was our best effort. The story is incredible. Read on.
While studying for an exam, I came across the above terms and found them to be intriguing. People are driven to act based upon one of two stimuli: either to move toward a desire or to move away from a punishment and/or to achieve an award. From an exercise adherence perspective, here are the differences between the two....
When I watch personal trainers work with their clients at the gym, I’m often not impressed. From what I've seen, personal trainers may have a tendency to get in your face and make you feel “less than”.
Over the years, I have heard a lot of comments from clients: some good, some bad and some just downright off track. Since I figure that you are coming to Body by Pam for a reason, plunking your hard earned money down and wanting results (or reading this blog without undue duress), let’s clear up a few thoughts that may be leading you astray. Have you said any of the following before?
Last year Pam was featured in Runner's Word: Ask the Expert! The question she answered was "What's a good overall exercise for runner's to use that incorporates all upper body muscles?". A great question and we wanted to share the answer again with you! See Pam's answer below....
I started smoking in vitro. Not by choice mind you.
Over the years, I have tried some things that worked out great and others that have flopped (see below). Without further preamble, in all of their glory, are the top 3 “do’s” and “don’ts” according to the Pam Ben Rached’s Running Bible. Some of them just may surprise you….
Let’s take a walk down memory lane – did you own any of these little ditties? The list goes from bad to worst – here we go!
(Any fitness blog including a mention of pie has to be interesting, huh?)
When we think of fitness and what we will do to achieve our goals, we tend to gravitate towards things we like and avoid the things we don’t...
Absolutely – the topic of this article is EXACTLY what you think it’s going to be! I am going to be very direct so read on if you dare.
In case you are thinking about training with us, particularly me, I thought I’d lay some proverbial cards out on the table. If you are currently one of my clients, I am sure this will not come as a surprise. Read on if you dare!