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    people receive with what they do with their time. One-way people could spend their time is at the gym. While some people easily make a habit of going to the gym, others struggle to go and work out. People need to make decisions and they face tradeoffs with how to spend their time. One thing a lot of people say, is I need to go to the gym, but I rarely go. How could this be? They set going to the gym as a priority, and yet their time is spent on other things. On the surface, it looks like…

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    High Gym Short Story

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    Another day at military camp most commonly known as Jr. High gym class. Me, Kate and Rebekah gracefully stumbling along talking about when this muscle building torture was going to come to a halt. Then I started talking about the eye opening dream I had the previous night. This was the start, knowing what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. The gym teachers yelled, “Stop!” I collapsed on top of Rebekah’s dainty body, and begged for water. “What was your dream that you started talking…

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    The UNCA gym is like many other gyms in its mannerisms and general gym etiquette, yet differs in its general populace and overarching atmosphere. I have been attending gyms regularly for approximately three years now, and while working out and especially while resting I have had the opportunity to partake in one of my favorite idle activities, people watching. The gym provides an environment that is unique in that it is centered around self-improvement and so theoretically carries a higher…

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    engagement was “goal setting”. I don’t know about you, but when I achieve a challenging goal, I’m more motivated to keep reaching higher and with a more intense focus as I engage myself with a more driven passion. Oh my gosh, I’m loving this book, “Mind Gym”. “Goal setting is a master skill for personal growth and peak performance.” I’m thinking “Growth vs Fixed mindsets”. “Without goals, where will you go in life? If you don’t know where you are headed, you’re probably going to end up…

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    I. Gold’s Gym is a private chain of international fitness centers or gyms. Their motto is “Know Your Strength.” Their mission statement is to “enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve through our fitness philosophy, facilities, programs, and products.” I used to work in this establishment as a personal trainer. My main responsibility was to help gym members achieve their fitness potential through personalized fitness programs. In addition to this, I am responsible for conducting…

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    of someone who has been caught using steroids, goes through depression, and loses everything he worked for, this one is for that individual. Gym Candy was my choice this month because I needed something that would keep me interested, and thrilled. The beginning of the book really thrills while the end devastates and brings the reader back to reality. In Gym Candy, the main character is Mick Johnson, a football player at Shilshole High School. He is a young athlete who finds the need to do…

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    The article I chose, Gym Workouts: Simple Cardio and Weight-Lifting Plans. The opening statement sure hit the nail on the head. Its incredible how often I have gone to the gym only to walk away and move on due to people’s lack of consideration for others when waiting for the cardio equipment. The article states several times, if the equipment’s busy don’t waste time, go back later. While doing cardio, listen to music with a fast beat, 130-170 beats per minute will help maintain a fast pace.…

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    San Francisco Gym

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    San Franciscans' were feeling pretty good about things in 1946. The war was over and its citizens continued to bask in the afterglow of V-J Day that heralded the beginning of a new era. Life was getting both sweeter and softer for the urbanites. Personal income was rising and new homes were selling faster than they could be built. The inhabitants of The City By The Bay enjoyed widespread full-time employment. The boom was on in new cars and, of course, babies. La Dolce Vita—the good life—that…

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    Gym Group Action Plan

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    and females aged between 18 and 64 should accumulate a total of 150 minutes of exercise per week. (WHO 2015, p.10). Currently I am doing 60 minutes of Vigorous exercise per week, and do not attend the gym, therefore my baseline data is 0 hours at the gym per week. My goal is to go to the gym for 10 hours per week, the action plan I will take is gradually increasing hours per week. Starting with 2.5…

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    Stepping into the gym on my first day of high school I was more nervous than any person could imagine. Me, a shy introvert wanting just to get in and out of high school and get to college, didn’t care for joining clubs or participating in after school activities. I walked into the brightly lit gym with bleach white walls and blue and green plastic bleachers and took a seat far away from any human life. Quietly keeping to myself I pulled out my phone and scrolled through Instagram pretending…

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