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Why I Kept My Surgery on the DL

ENTRY XX: February xx, 2014 I've never been the type to consciously not tell people things. If I felt a certain way about something, good or bad, I'd share it. But over the years, and some of people I've experienced, and the things they've said and done have ...

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The Quadzilla Workout and Overcoming Addiction

My name is Tim Perry, and a personal trainer and professional natural bodybuilder. My passion for health and fitness started over a decade ago when I was 19 and living in the UK. I first started training to help overcome a drug addiction, and to achieve this I...

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Inside The Mind: How do I help him succeed; Part II

Continuing the journey of a transformation has been a mental and physical journey with many ups and downs but overall life lessons. Day in and day out we are chipping away at the old Andy and creating new.. In this second segment I bring you more of him in his...

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Inside the Mind: How do I help him succeed?

He was always motivated to be better and do better, and always reminisced about his days of benching 405. Those things came easy to him as he lived off his strength, but now he has a new goal. To lose the unwanted weight that he put on over the years and to ru...

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7 Rules I Wish My Coach Taught Me

As athletes we learn plenty of lessons.  We learn how to play the games we love, but the game also ends up teaching us plenty of life lessons during the process. Coaches will always teach us the basics of our game (running, jumping, throwing, etc.) However the...

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Strong And Lean In 2015: Six Tips For Success

At the beginning of 2015, we launched the Strong and Lean in 2015 program to kick off the new year. The developer of the workout and diet plan, Ryan Heffernan of FOCUS NYC shared six basic tips to help you on your road to success. WATER Con...

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Motivation: The Next Phase Begins

ENTRY SEVEN: January 18, 2014 Week four was another great one. My first therapy session of the week I was officially allowed to no longer use my sling. It seemed as though by week 2-3 I didn’t really need it much, but week 4 really was the clincher. It’s funn...

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Motivation: Running On Inspiration In Week 3

ENTRY SIX: January 11, 2014 It might only be week 3 out of a long process, but I continue to see improves every single day. It’s less and less pain and more and more mobility. I’ve been removing the sling a bit more often to feel like a human being, but I’m s...

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Motivation: Minor Milestones, Power Week Two

  ENTRY FIVE: January 3rd, 2014 The timing of week two of my recovery came at an interesting time. Last week was New Year’s and we’ve been rolling out our “resolution” content like crazy. And when you read all the other stories out there, you’ll come ac...

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Motivation: Helpless Hell Week

I’m exactly one week post-operation and things seem to be going well. A lot has gone on in the past 7 days, and a lot of quick improves were made, some funny stuff happened, but it’s still a long haul. ENTRY FOUR: December 27, 2013 I’m able to completely use...

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