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Podcast: Resolutions and Presidents


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In this podcast, Maggie and I talk about how to make New Year’s resolutions work. We also talk about some of our favorite Presidents.

The “guy with the shovel” that we mention is actually this guy and his sweater-wrapped sledgehammer. It’s a cool example of de-commercializing an arena that’s been taken over by business (exercise).

Sorry for the delay in posting, but I spent yesterday sick.

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    Linnea said,

    January 3, 2009 @ 4:40 pm

    The puppies sound adorable!

    I like the idea of functional exercise, I think folks are more likely to stick with it. I think any opportunity to get exercise while doing something else is fantastic, whether it’s going swimming, playing an active game in the yard with your family, renovating a space, baking bread from scratch, learning a dance from a YouTube video, recreating 19th century manual labor movements in your living room… whatever.

    Some minor nutrition-related conditions have limited my exercise options pretty drastically for the time being, but they’ve also encouraged me to play around and find quirky alternatives – like dancing along to old episodes of So You Think You Can Dance (the Bollywood dance is particularly fun), and running errands one at a time (not efficient, but it increases my walking time exponentially).

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    susie said,

    January 6, 2009 @ 3:04 pm

    Pictures, we want pictures! And/or video!!! (puppies, that is..)

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    Will said,

    January 6, 2009 @ 5:29 pm

    You’re in luck! I just posted some more puppy pictures to our flickr account.

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