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How To Shift From “No” to “Yes” – Depression & The No Current Part II

How to Shift from No to Yes is difficult work.  But it is DOABLE!  It can seem that we are “hard wired” into this place of pessimism, judgment, and negativity.  The place makes us feel comfortable (in a “sick” kind of way).  But I can tell you that living in the Yes Current moves you away from […]

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Work ‘m Hard but Treat them with Respect – Training Adolescent Athletes

As a fitness professional for over 25 years, a personal trainer for over 20 years, and a high school coach for the last six years, I believe in working athletes to their potential.  In these last six years, I have run the gamut in training/coaching techniques.  Training 80+ adolescents at one time is not like […]

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The Heart of an Athlete – What Parents of High School Athletes Need to Know – Part III

As a fitness professional for over 25 years and the Training and Conditioning Coach for the WTWoodson Crew Team for the last 6 years, I have put together a few articles that I think will benefit parents (and coaches) for high school athletes.  Enjoy!! The Heart of an Athlete It takes a physically, mentally, and […]

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From Shame to Destiny

“Sit down Cindy.  Be quiet Cindy.  Be a good girl.”  I heard these words over and over from my parents growing up.  I am sure they got as sick of saying them as I was from hearing them.  My report cards were no different.  “Cindy is a bright and lovely child.  She would get more […]

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Depression – Part I – Identifying with your Trauma

I have struggled with depression most of my life. The fear, the loneliness, the hopelessness, and the overwhelm that comes with it can be paralyzing.  I found with myself (and working with others who struggle) that at these times, we can become fully enmeshed with our depression.  We can’t tell where it ends and we […]

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Definition of a good day

Many years ago I realized that my definition of a “good day” no longer worked for me.  My definition was:  A good day is when everything goes as planned and I get all my “chores” checked off my list.  When reality is applied to this definition, it means that I have crappy days most days!  […]

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Five Essential Ab Exercises

Five Essential Ab Exercises for your Core Program Join us at Twinbrooke Chiropractic to learn five ESSENTIAL abdominal exercises and their variations to give you beautiful abs this summer! This is a MUST for those of you with lower back pain and those that desire the perfect abs in your bathing suit at the beach! […]

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