Monday, January 9th

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by Mellisa Jones

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Posted on January 9, 2012 at 9:29 AM

Updated Monday, Jan 9 at 9:52 AM

 

 
TEXAS MULTI MAMAS
 
On Tuesday, January 10, at 7pm, it’s spring break and that means multiple multiples on the road!  As Casey tries to ease up on her control issues by taking a quad road trip to Austin, Candace and Teryn decide to team up to take their families camping in the Arbuckle Wilderness. Back in Dallas, to help prepare for their upcoming move, Stephanie and her husband Jerald plan a garage sale. Their squabbles over house-hunting prove minor in comparison to the arguments that ensue while they clean out their garage. Then, when the morning of the sale arrives, freezing cold temperatures keep the crowds away, leaving Stephanie and Jerald with a full garage and empty pockets.
 
Then at 8pm, the week of Stephanie’s breast surgery has arrived and she is excited to finally get the D-cups she’s been dreaming of. Stephanie is less than thrilled however when she finds out that her husband, Jerald, will be out of town for her recovery. To make matters worse, Jerald enlists his mother, Terri to take care of her, but she doesn’t offer any support and even demands to be paid for her time! In the end, it’s too much for Stephanie to bear. When Jerald arrives home, Stephanie issues an ultimatum. Either he stands up for her and talks to his mom or she’s done. For more information www.wetv.com.
 
 
KITCHEN CURES
 
Dr. Kate Naumes, N.D.  
Naturopathic Doctor
Company
415.754.8305
 
 
MANPOWER
 
 

 

GOEFF GODSEY/ GOALS FOR 2012
 
 
 
 1. Get Structured – Pick an Event and Mark the Calendar
The best way to get maximum benefit for your effort is identify something your going to do. A walk or run event, swim event, triathlon, dance competition or recital… something. This will put you in the mode of thinking about how your going to prepare for that event.
 
2. Build Slowly – Be Realistic!
If you have chosen a walk or run event and the longest walk has never been more than 5 or 10min… or you have never jogged before... don’t tackle jogging for 15min your first time out. The body can't handle drastic increases in distance, time or intensity... it’s happier and your less likely to get injured if your efforts and increases are incremental and small.
 
3. Team up – Get your friends, neighbors or co-workers to join in!
Make it a social activity, so find some friends with similar goals. Doing things by yourself makes it easier to skip. Getting with a group is a great way to meet people and get inspired.
 
Run Project website: www.runproject.org
Want to Run or Walk Your 1st 5K: Follow this 9-Week to
road map to success!
So many people have been turned off by running because they end up
hurt… most of the time a result of doing too much too fast. Their bodies
rebel and the end result is they are miserable, wondering why anyone
could possibly enjoy this?
Whether you’re running or walking… regardless of your fitness level… you
should ease into a program gradually. In fact, the program I have designed
below is less running and more walking and jogging. The idea is to
transform you… whether you spend most of your time behind a desk or on
your couch… to running three miles (or 5K) on a regular basis in just 9-
weeks… empowering you to go on to do bigger and better things!
It's easy to get impatient, and you may feel tempted to skip ahead in the
program, but hold yourself back. Don't try to do more, even if you feel you
can. If, on the other hand, you find the program too strenuous, don't
pressure yourself to continue faster than you're able. Repeat weeks if
needed and move ahead only when you feel you're ready.
Remember the Easy-To-Follow Steps to Success!
1. Get Structured – Pick an Event and Mark the Calendar
The best way to get maximum benefit from your effort is to identify something to. Choose
a walk/run event, swimming event, triathlon, dance competition or bicycle rally…
something… anything. This will help put you in a mode of thinking about how you need
to prepare for the upcoming event you selected.
2. Build Slowly – Be Realistic!
If you have chosen a walk or run event and the longest walk has never been more than 5
or 10min… or you have never jogged before... donʼt tackle jogging for 15min your first
time out. The body can't handle drastic increases in distance, time or intensity... itʼs
happier and your less likely to get injured if your efforts and increases are incremental
and small.
3. Team up – Get your friends, neighbors and/or co-workers to join in!
Make it a social activity, so find some friends with similar goals. Doing things by yourself
makes it easier to skip. Getting with a group is a great way to meet people and get
inspired.
Question: What kind of time commitment do I have to make?
Answer: Just 2 to 3 (20-30min) workout session per week.
Each session takes about 20 or 30 minutes, two to three times per week.
This program will get you fit. Be sure to space out workouts throughout the
week to give yourself a chance to recover between efforts. Don't worry
about how fast you're going… running faster can wait until your body is
stronger and your fitness level has improved. Your initial focus is
increasing the time and/or distance you run.
You can Walk/Run for TIME or for DISTANCE
There are two ways to follow the program, measure your sessions by time
or by distance. Either one works so choose the option that is easiest for
you to track. If your going to track distance, download a smart phone
application or use something like www.mapmyrun.com to layout the routes
you are going to use. Make sure to precede each session with a five minute
warm-up walk or jog.

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