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    I’m sure most of you remember my Papa, Clinton Mitchell.  I feel very blessed growing up a farm child.  Every year our plates were filled with fresh veges from the garden.  My childhood memories are colored with the sights and smells of the earth.  Each summer reminds me of Papa and getting ready for our first tomato harvest, canning in the cook house. 


"FRIENDS are either a real assets or a real liability. So I would encourage you to choose your friends wisely. You don need a lot, but YOU do need some goods ones." -John C. Maxwell TAKE AWAY: Good FRIENDS should always ADD and never SUBTRACT from. who YOU are. Let's check out the "Friendship calculator" and do the math: GOOD FRIENDS ARE:

Tabata Light Exercise Class

The classroom was packed and the energy level was high as the Tabata Light (TL) class was fully up to speed for the 20 min intense exercise session. A couple of new exercises were introduced and can be seen in the link in the Tabata evening class.Warm up2i@20x20: Power jacks (PJacks)>Skaters>PJacksSkaters are going side-to-side like a speed skater; get some air and get some distance.3i@10x10: SQTH>Push ups>MTNCWork

CrossCore® RBT™ Course Level 1 – Tri-D Fitness - Portland, OR - July 14th

July 14th from 9AM-3PM Tri-D Fitness 8538 Apple Way Portland, OR 97225 

10 Reasons To Be a Fool For Fitness; # 4 - More Energy and a Better Self Image

Hello it's your recovering crazed fitness pro here, again....

Tabata Evening Class

Welcome to the Tabata zone. This was the first full-on 30 min Tabata the class experienced, at it was a wow-pow heart rate to the roof workout. This workout was a Sprint Set meaning very short duration and very short rest breaks. No time to rest, no time to complain.Two short videos for clarification of exercises.FEC: Feet Up Crunch:

Thank you Fitness Magazine for giving trainers a bad image.

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CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ teaches the participant to progress through multiple planes of movement, recruiting and combining, as opposed to isolating, muscle groups in order to enhance athletic performance and reduce injury.