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About defpersonaltrainer

Elite Masters rower, Master Fitness trainer, a Baby KaBoomer whom advocates wellness through toe-to-temple activities like a sport well-oared.

Quiet Down Liver – you’re fine. Aren’t You?

Like you, I heard and read online Lotsa plugs and promos through our 12 days of Christmas about DE-TOX’ING. Right; those hyped and too-good-to-be-true cleanses … Just drink this and presto chango … My quieted liver and I am healed. … Continue reading

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Check your Healthy Vision for 2020

Whether our New Year 2020 starts a new decade or not; there is no better time to take a holistic vision check, as suggested by this KaBoomer Eye Chart: Yes, that 2020 line at bottom reminds you and me to … Continue reading

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Raise some hell in your No Guilt Holidays

Your Nervy Operatives for N O  G U I L T Holidays are… G – be grateful for that Christmas goose or marbled beef roast.  It’s the most wonderful time of each year. U – unhurry. Take the time to … Continue reading

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Two Battles of the Bulge

Bear with me in these short almost-winter days as I blog about two bulging battles, one personal and tactical.  The other most strategically. Our left-hand image below offers what most KaBoomers recognize as Joe Six-Pack, our reverse role model for … Continue reading

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Advent(ures) 2019

I just saw Bill Gates’ post about this most wonderful time of the year. Perhaps we non-Billionaires get caught in the hustle and bustle of this Holiday season – FESTIVUS, KWANZAA, Hannukah, and Christmas – more than do Melinda and … Continue reading

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7 Blue Zone Foods to Include in Your Diet

Certain foods are essential in the Blue Zone diet. Try taking a cue from those in regions where people live exceptionally long and healthy lives. — Read on http://www.verywellhealth.com/blue-zone-diet-foods-4159314

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Tis the Season

Year after year, most American adults gain a pound or two of Bodyweight ( aka harmful fat) between Holidays of Thanksgiving and New Year. That is 3500 to 7000 dietary kilocalories that may never “go away.” That gain is plainly … Continue reading

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