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Drop 10 pounds by July? Sure, but you've got to want it

The research is clear: those who set specific goals have a better chance of achieving them than those who let things happen. Kind of makes sense. 875 more words

Diet & Fitness

Lure of the 16-inch plate at a buffet line

I noticed a few things while vacationing in the Mayan Riviera a few weeks ago.

First, without inked family likenesses, angel parts or apocalyptic landscapes covering my body, I felt somewhat naked. 758 more words

Edmonton

Review: And Then Come the Nightjars – Byre Theatre, St Andrews

First published in The Times, Monday April 17 2017

Three Stars

Bea Roberts’s award-winning two-hander, which debuted at London’s Theatre 503 in 2015, is that rare beast: an unapologetic lament for a pastoral way of life that is fast disappearing. 384 more words

Theatre Reviews

Wedding planning perfect time to get fit

There is simply no better time to get into shape than before a wedding.

The stars are aligned. The happy couple are highly motivated. Mom and dad are on board. 661 more words

Diet & Fitness

Kilcock's Robinson Looks To Break World Record

Kilcock athlete Paul Robinson will be part of a 4 man team that will attempt to break the 4×1 mile indoor record on St. Patrick’s day. 110 more words

Summer sculpting starts in February with a three-legged stool

Warm weather hope is on the horizon and dreams of tighter muscles are in the air. Before you dive head first into the next fitness craze, heed this warning: You may never realize your desired goals if one of your legs is too short. 783 more words

Diet & Fitness

Progress: The Art of the Babyface Turn

On my journey to watching all of the shows that Progress Wrestling in the UK has produced, I have hit a major turning point: I’ve just finished Chapter 20. 1,670 more words

Pro Wrestling