Stretch Your Limits

stretch-reaching-handAahh.  Feeling very awake now after my 5 minute magical stretching routine I do (almost) every morning!  Cup of "Early Morning Buzz" coffee in hand (that really is the name, available at Whole Foods Market), I sit down to write a brilliant motivational speaker's blog about "New Uses for the Thighmaster" but am caught off guard by an article I had saved a couple of weeks ago in my "favorites" tab.  It's fantastic!  Stretching your body is great, but to stretch and Do More With What You Have is sizzling!!  


Yes, I will post my Thighmaster story next!



Motivational Speaker Polly Pitchford didn’t always know the phytochemical benefits of kale, in fact, those words weren’t even in her vocabulary 30 years ago. Neither did she see any reason to do jumping jacks on a cement surface for an hour. But all it took was a chance vegetarian cooking class and some high-energy music to open her eyes upon a whole new world of healthy living. For 30 years Polly has practiced, studied, taught, educated and lived a healthy lifestyle that makes her such a powerful speaker.

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  1. That was GREAT Polly!!! And wow, I'd think as a motivational speaker on success who talks about this kind of thing – I would have to be reminded!!!  But I surely do!  I'm now left wondering how many times I gave up or thought I had done all I could do and then stopped.  I wonder what would have happened if I had put an imaginary $100 juuuuuuuust past my perceived end point. GREAT article! And yes, I DO want to hear about the thigh master!

  2. Well said, Polly and boy did I need to hear that message earlier. A few weekends back while visiting Daughter #2 we climbed Bishops Peak. Scott and I would have stopped half way up if she didn't lead the way and force me to stretch beyond my comfort zone. We all decided on the way down that it was well worth the effort, push and extra oomph required. And my thighs are waiting your next blog too!

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