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The Found Weekend

The cursor had been blinking for an hour, waiting for me to hit enter.  Often I would rise from the desk, go about my night, then return to the desk and consider hitting that button.  The moment I did, it would all change.  Everyone would know.  My privacy would be gone.  I didn’t have privacy

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EDGE Magazine: Proactive Summer

Reminder – Digital Magazine pieces deadline approaching – stephenbulldozermosher@gmail.com – Gmail PROACTIVE SUMMER – TIPS TO KEEP IT WITH FEWER WORKOUTS You worked hard for that summer body and now it is time to enjoy your vacation.  You’ll be busy at the beach, hiking the woods, backpacking Europe or staying at home relaxing and won’t

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June 3, 2016 11:28 am
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EDGE Magazine Story: 5 Rules When Picking Out a Gym

My latest story as Health and Fitness columnist for EDGE Magazine.   Five Rules When PICKING Out a Gym So you’re finally ready to start working out.  Or maybe it’s time to move to a gym that is more suited to your personal style.  You’ve logged on and done a search for the gym of

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May 5, 2016 3:07 pm
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EDGE Magazine: The Buddy System

If you’re finding it difficult to stick to that exercise plan you made at the start of the year, if your interest has waned or the winter weather has got you down, have you considered the difference that having a work out buddy could make to your training?  Workout partners are a great tool for

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March 3, 2016 4:57 pm
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The First Goodbye

I think I was eight years old the morning that I came down the stairs and saw my father sitting at the dining table, his head in his hands.  My mother intercepted me the moment my feet stepped from the final step onto the ground floor of our home.  She knelt so that our faces

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Sheryl Lee Ralph, Jonathan Groff and A Life Lived in Service

This was a kitchen of someone who did not cook.  That much was obvious.  I was going to need some Pixie Dust. Two days ago my day today looked like an easy day.  I would train Jennifer around noon or one and then go do the house party I was booked for.  As a day’s work

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EDGE Magazine Fitness Column Dec 2015

My assignment for this month was five surefire Resolutions.  My editor told me it was an easy edit; I didn’t know  exactly how easy until I saw how MUCH of the article got the ax.   This is the story, as originally written, with a screen grab of the story online.   In only a

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December 2, 2015 6:55 pm
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EDGE Magazine Story: Gymless Training

It is with great regularity that I hear people say that they hate going to the gym.  At first  I thought they hated exercising; but then I started asking for more clarification on the statement.  Yes, some of those people do hate exercising but not all of them.  A lot of people love to exercise

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October 6, 2015 1:26 pm
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For awhile now I have been a contributing writer for an internet magazine called EDGE.  It is primarily a gay publication focusing on gay issues and interests; but I have always been encouraged, by my editor, to write in a manner that is about seventy percent gay, thirty percent universal – no point in anyone

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The Thought of Training

Recently I was asked what I do with my personal workouts that varies from what my clients do.  My answer was actually a bit boring but it was true: everyone has a different workout.  Oh, sure, there are a lot of things that will fit into everyone’s training.  For example, I think everyone can benefit

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July 31, 2015 9:33 am
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