The Ten Principles of Goal Setting: COVID-19 Edition

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We’re coming up on that time of the year when fitness goals are set and resolutions are made. No matter that 80% of New Year’s resolutions are abandoned by February, we still find ourselves renewing our unused gym memberships or googling the most painless, delicious, quick-results diets on the market. With COVID-19 closing gyms and making grocery shopping significantly less…

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Hero Post #3: Greg Mahle

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You don’t have to be a professional athlete or celebrity to be a hero!   If you’re not familiar with Greg, that’s okay. It’s never been his goal to be famous. Rather, Greg has made it his life mission to rescue as many displaced dogs as possible and connect them with loving forever families.   In his lifetime, Greg has…

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Hero Post #2: My Grandmother, Marge Soller

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As many of you may know, my grandparents were both very influential to me growing up. Unfortunately, my grandparents on my father’s side passed away when I was in grade school, but my grandparents on my mother’s side were very involved in my upbringing throughout my life.   Many of my friends from childhood will remember by grandpa attending every…

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Hero Post #1: Mario Lemieux

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  When I was in second grade, our teacher, Mr. Conway, had all of us students write a letter to someone we admired as a local hero. I suggested Mario Lemieux, and fortunately, the class agreed. The year was 1994 and Mario Lemieux had just helped lead the Penguins to back to back Stanley Cup championships in 1991 and 1992….

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