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5 Common Obstacles & How You Can Overcome Them
If you’re like most people, you have likely run into your fair share of obstacles due to work and other responsibilities that have prevented you from exercising as much as you would like to…Hey, it happens!
Even on days that you have your workouts scheduled in your calendar it seems that unexpected obstacles and extra responsibilities just seem to pop up, right? So how do you make sure that you don’t get derailed by these obstacles? It’s important to find a healthy balance between your everyday responsibilities and the time you dedicate to your well-being and fitness goals.
Here is a list of common obstacles and how to overcome them to accomplish your goals:
The Time Crunch – If you’re like most people in the 21st century, time is difficult to come by. Unfortunately, magical pocket watches that can stop time are still not in production (thanks for teasing us, Hollywood).
The first thing you should address is any extraneous or unhealthy habits you may have, like watching too much television or excessively surfing the internet. I know it’s difficult…but you know deep down it’s totally worth it. It’s just a matter of taking a stand and starting today.
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Jaguars Predictions - Will They Beat Oakland
28-2. Let that score sink in for a bit. Has it resonated with you yet? Good. Now it's time to move on. Last weekend's Chiefs-Jaguars game left a really sour taste in the mouths of most Jaguars fans. But, week one in the NFL has always been considered "Overreaction Week", and thus we should try and push that game out of our collective memories. The Jacksonville Jaguars head to the West Coast to face the Oakland Raiders (0-1) Sunday afternoon. A disappointing 1st loss as head coach Gus Bradley looks for a much better performance than what was put out last week at home. The Jaguars will have a new quarterback at the helm in Chad Henne, as Blaine Gabbert suffered a laceration during the game with the Chiefs and needed stitches on his throwing hand. Also ruled out is guard Will Rackley, as his knee issue is still causing issues, and rookie cornerback Dwayne Gratz as he suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's game. The Oakland Raiders are starting Terrelle Pryor again at quarterback, after his performance last week (19-29, 219 yards passing, 1 TD; 13 carries, 112 yards) kept the Raiders in the game against the Indianapolis Colts. The Raiders lack a lot of talent on both sides of the ball, but Pryor does provide a spark that the team desperately needs. So what do the J... [Read More]
Foodie Event - Feed The Need Fest
Jacksonville Fl - Saturday from 4-8pm - Join Camping World of Jacksonville and FoodiesUSA at the Flamingo Lake Camp Resort on Saturday September 14th to help kick-off the "U Can Change Hunger" campaign! The night will feature a food truck challenge, live music, raffles, prizes, and RV & motorcycle show and much more! Bring a non-perishable food item as a donation to support Second Harvest and check out the silent auction to benefit Foodies Care. Bring the entire family for a day of fun, food trucks and helping to feed those in need in North Florida.The first 100 guests to arrive with a food donation will be entered into a special drawing for a $100 Camping World gift card. For more information, or to donate online please visit www.FoodiesUSA.com/hunger.... [Read More]
Mumford & Sons St. Augustine GOTR Schedule
St Augustine Fl - Mumford & Sons just announced the concert schedule for the St. Augustine Gentlemen of the Road stopover on Sept. 13-14 at Francis Field. Here it is:FRIDAY, SEPT. 134 p.m. Gates open6 p.m. Willy Mason6:50 p.m. Thao & The Get Down Stay Down7:55 p.m. The Walkmen9:15 Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic ZerosSATURDAY, SEPT. 1412 p.m. Gates open1:45 p.m. Bear's Den2:35 p.m. Those Darlins3:25 p.m. Half Moon Run4:20 p.m. Justin Townes Earle5:25 p.m. The Vaccines6:40 p.m. Fun.8 p.m. Mumford & Sons 9:55 p.m. Yacht Club DJs... [Read More]
Sports Update - Jaguars Game Tomorrow
Jacksonville Fl - The Jacksonville Jaguars open up the 2013 regular season at home against the Kansas City Chiefs. It's been a long and interesting off-season for the Jaguars. Out with old GM Gene Smith and Head Coach Mike Mularkey, and in with a new regime with GM Dave Caldwell and first-time head coach Gus Bradley. This team has overhauled its roster, change its philosophy, and has made it through training camp. Now the real games begin. The Jaguars' opponents, the Kansas City Chiefs, have undergone some major changes as well. New Head Coach Andy Reid is at the helm and he mad e the move to trade for San Francisco 49'ers QB Alex Smith, who is their immediate future. With a team that appears to be loaded with talent on the defensive side of the ball and a dangerous running back in Jamal Charles, it appears the Jaguars have an uphill battle. As a fan, it's tough to think that your team is really as bad as it is. And the Jaguars have a lot to do to see long-term success, but I feel that if the Jags can do these three things on Sunday afternoon, the team and the fans will walk out with a win. Offense- Jaguars need a minimum of 325 yards of offense. Blaine Gabbert appears to be the starter coming into thi... [Read More]
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