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Transforming Sheri: Doing This for Me

By Sheri L.

 

Over the past several years, my life had been defined by the stresses of work and life as a single parent living in a city just north of Los Angeles. At work, I routinely clocked over 60 hours a week in a high-stress environment, and I found myself in the habit of winding down with several glasses of wine with dinner and dessert most nights. The only nice gym was 30 minutes away, and I was unwilling to spend that kind of time driving to work out, especially with a son at home.

 

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Turkey Trot for Fitness

Before you dig into piping hot turkey and mashed potatoes this Thanksgiving, get your run on with one of these Turkey Trots.

 

Usually held on Thanksgiving morning, these running events has grown in popularity in recent years to the point where they have become as traditional as the bird itself.

 

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ClubSport OCR Athletes Conquer Spartan World Championships 2017

For two years, Spartans have traveled to picturesque Lake Tahoe to compete in the Spartan Race World Championship. With the Sierra Nevada mountain range on the horizon, competitors race down tight, single-track trails and trudge up the steep, rocky mountainside. A frigid swim and tough elevation make this historical venue a “must-race” for Spartans.

 

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Anuj’s 40-Pound Journey to Better Health

I ran my first Bridge to Bridge race in San Francisco this year — a 12K run that began at the Ferry Building in and ended at the Marina Green. While the run was grueling, any fatigue was well masked by glorious views of the bay and the Bollywood playlist pounding in my ears.

 

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Men, Yoga is for You too!

By Koru Clark, Yoga Instructor at ClubSport Fremont & ClubSport San Jose

 

I’ve spent most of my life doing sporty, athletic-type stuff. I’m a Marine Corps veteran, have a black belt in Kenpo Karate, and love obstacle course races and running really long distances on trails. But out of everything I do, yoga is by far the most challenging of all of them.

 

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Transforming Divya: Taking Charge of My Health and Fitness

As a kid, I was never super skinny, but I wasn’t overweight either. Eventually, “life happened” and, after finishing grad school, all of my time became consumed with the usual grind and made no time to take care of myself. I put everything before me: job, home, and my kids. Somehow, my annual physical exam and tests came out aces — my physician even said I had the heart rate of an Olympic athlete! So for years I convinced myself that I was just fat on the outside but fit on the inside.

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