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Minamaze (Lite) is 100% responsive. It looks great on all devices, from mobile to desktops and everything in between!

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What Shred415 Means to Me

In honor of Shred415’s five year anniversary I thought it would be fitting to celebrate Bonnie Micheli and Tracy Roemer’s workout creation with a post about what this incredible class, team of instructors, and network of friends who I shred alongside has meant to me. I first heard about Shred415 in 2011 while I was

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Playing a Little Game of Self-Sabotage

With 6 days to go until Phil’s cousin Amy’s wedding it is time to reconfirm my goal (or mini goal) of reaching 175 pounds by Sunday. I have been sitting at 180 pounds for a few weeks now. I’m playing a little game I like to call self-sabotage. For those of you not familiar with

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Finding the Right Fit(ness) Routine

              Working out is for everyone but how you do it and when you do it is a personal choice. Like religion everyone has their own beliefs on what works best for them. I have always enjoyed being a part of a team so group fitness is what I

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A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to Losing Weight

I’d like to start today’s post by saying how incredibly supported I have felt over the last 8 months of my weight loss journey. Your messages, emails, and face to face encouragement has made me feel like I can really do this. I know I can reach my goal of losing 100 pounds. Having said

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Finding the Fun in Fitness

As someone who played competitive volleyball growing up I dedicated all of my free time to practicing, playing, and talking about the sport. But take me off that court and ask me to do any sort of conditioning: running drills, lifting, or even stretching and I would instantly have anxiety. It wasn’t until I was

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