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Do I need a Body Composition analysis?

Truth be told we all love to see results on our scales, and with discipline and determination in due time we will.  But let’s just say you had the flu and you lost 5 pounds on the scale – but if you lost 5 pounds and you didn’t exercise, chances are high that you lost lean muscle, and not body fat.  207 more words

Doing the six month update early

Screw it.  I have been excited to do this and I might as well get the bandaid off.  This post is two weeks early, but so far I’ve been doing at home myofunctional therapy/orthotropics for 24 weeks which is the equivalent to six months, right? 144 more words

Measurements, Tracking, Goals & Progress

FFN Golden Nugget:  Set Goals. Utilize numbers. Release Expectation of what that Progress has to look like and Live in the moment of the movement with Joy. 1,672 more words


Basic body drawing for measurements

That took a little longer than I expected but herewith draft 1 of the drawings I would like to use for explaining body measurements. They are to be used as drawings for educational material online and in classes. 140 more words


Digital Teaching Resource Evaluation: BBC K3 Bitesize

Name of teaching resource :

BBC KS3 Bitesize

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Who should this digital teaching resource be used with? (ie year/grade)

This resource should be used with Year 7, 8 and 9 Students. 239 more words


"Pickle" problem (106 out of 365) #blogaday

During calendar, we talk about our pattern and what the picture might be each day. The pattern is measurements (time, temperature, weight, length) – yesterday, one of the students in the afternoon class guessed that our picture would be a “pickle.” I was so caught off guard!

Silly Student Sayings/doings

A big subject

“If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor.” 

The words of Albert Einstein, above, showing he knew how to wear his tie loosened in a stylish manner as a young buck. 451 more words