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Sunday, October 05, 2014

You are welcome and I'm always happy to make a new friend.
A bell went off after reading your post it reminded me of what I apply to my own exercise routine and how along with the jogging, cardio,Ab crunches,pushups etc etc the THINKING mind also needs to be maintained and does so through using DVD method workouts.
This I realized quite awhile ago through Coach Nicole's DVDs that I use to maintain and tone. While working along with her DVD 28 Day Boot Camp one morning it dawned on me that I was also toning my brain as I forced it to stay focused on the instructions from her during the various parts of each segment.
In fact I think I'll blog this and share it with our members.
Thanks again for sharing and if you can when your placemats are done I'd love to see them.
Enjoy your day,
Ginny (Healthy Hearts) &gr;em&lr;252&gr;/em&lr;
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  • no profile photo CD14803649
    It's been said that games, like crossword puzzles are a good way to keep our minds in shape. Taking care of our whole body should be a given because if there's a lack in one area... if will cause a domino affect eventually. Thanks for sharing.

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    2240 days ago
  • _LINDA
    Its always been recommended to have a well rounded health and fitness program, including things like meditation to help the mind focus and release all those things in life causing stress. I can see why yoga is so very popular. I was trying to include it as part of my wellness just before my surgery. I was always too cardio focused and needed to learn to relax and move my body in more gentle ways. They both require a lot of thought.

    2240 days ago
    I guess that is why I could never to those aerobic classes first thing in the morning - my brain was not awake yet and it was easier just to run on the treadmill. emoticon
    2240 days ago
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