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Your Race!

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Are you running your race?

In this life we all have a trail to run on that is just for us.  All to often we want others to be with us on the trail but we forget they have their own trail to run.

Sure there are times when we may run on the same trail for a season or two, but something happens and find ourselves on the trail alone.  This is the opportunity for growth.  We learn more about what we are made of and can accomplish.

Some people unfortunately never take the opportunity to  discover more of what they are made of because  they don;t want to let go of the familiar or became too settle in their comfort zone.

What about you, are you running your race?

Be inspire! Be Motivated! Take Charge of Your Life Again!
Paul Eugene

Life Is Short

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5 Fold Resolution To Live Life By

Life Is Short! It is not as long as we think. Do you have any resolutions to live your life by? In this video clip I share with with the 5 Fold Resolutions that Jonathan Edwards a preacher of from the 1700’s lived by.
1 – To live with all my might while I do live.
2 – Never to lose a moment of time.
3 – Never to do anything out of revenge.
4 – Never to do anything that I would despise in another.
5 – Never to do anything which I would be afraid to do if it were the last hour of my life.

May this inspire to think about your life. How do you want to spend that last hour?

Be inspire! Be Motivated! Take Charge of Your Life Again!
Paul Eugene

Walk Fitness

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15 Benefits of Walking Your Way To Health!

Walking is one of the best exercises you can do, and it has many benefits. Here are a few to get you inspired and motivated. . .

* Easy on your joints – Walking is low impact on hips, knees, and ankles which means that your joints won’t be jarred or harmed as they might be by jogging or running.

* Good exercise for your heart and lungs – You get a good workout without sending your heart rate too high or exerting yourself too much.

* Reduces risk of heart disease, stroke, hypertension, and some cancers – Sedentary people are susceptible to many diseases, and walking helps to lower the chances of these serious ailments.

* Benefits your entire body – If you swing your arms as you walk, your entire body gets a workout, unlike other exercise plans.

* Diabetes prevention – Walking just a couple of hours a week cuts your risk of developing diabetes.

* Helps you lose weight – Walking burns calories, which helps you keep your weight under control.

* Relieves stress – Walking releases endorphins, which help you feel more alive and happier.

* Easy to scale up or down – You can easily control the intensity of your walking routine. To increase the challenge, walk faster or uphill. To take it easy, slow down or walk on a level or downward-sloping surface.

* Simple to track progress – Wear a pedometer, or drive your route and check your tripometer to see how far you walk. If you wear a pedometer, aim for 10,000 steps daily.

* It’s safe – You won’t be working on heavy machines or jumping up and down. Walking is one of the safest exercise activities you can do.

* Easy to do – Everyone can walk at their own pace. As you progress, you can add time or distance to your workout.

* Little preparation – Put on your walking shoes and go!

* You can do it anywhere at any time – From the top of a mountain or around your living room, you can walk anytime, anywhere. It’s your choice.

* Gives you self-confidence – As you increase your stamina, you’ll feel better and enjoy walking. This gives you the confidence you need to continue walking or to try other activities.

* Is a social activity – If you’re walking with others, you have social interaction and can build new friendships or cement old ones.

When you walk, you benefit everything from brain to toe. It’s a highly effective and beneficial activity, especially if you’ve been sedentary. Walk and live!


Death Birthday Great Grandson

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Good Day! This is an update as to what I have dealing with in the past months. My mom of 100 years old passed away, I turned 62 years old and I became a great grandpa! I am excited about the years that are ahead of me. I am back to creating low impact exercise workouts and you should see them showing up soon. My full version exercise videos are now on Amazon Prime, I am going to  get back to  producing my Inspirational Moments videos and seek speaking engagements.  That is what’s been happening in my life. What about yours?


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