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Posts Tagged ‘black alumni

What’s your workout style?

February 21, 2014

I don’t know about you but my “go to” is cardio. I literally have to make myself hit the weights even though I know how important resistance training is. There is always a sense of dread for me with weight training. I guess it requires more thought and effort. Begrudgingly I make the effort because […]

BAC Challenge # 4 – Is Your House In Order?

February 5, 2014

This week I have been repeatedly reminded that life is not promised to any of us. The latest reminder was when a plane crashed feet away from a crowded YMCA and Grocery Store in Bellevue, TN. No one is promised tomorrow and I don’t know about you but I want to make sure my family […]

BAC Challenge # 3 – Your Personal State of the Union

January 29, 2014

Last night many of you took time to watch the State of the Union Address by President Obama. This got me to thinking…what would I have to say in my state of the union address? We all know that January is the time when many of us talk about resolutions and goals for the new […]

Change the game in 5 simple steps.

January 10, 2014

Agitation is the word that comes to mind when I think of all the newcomers in the gym in January. I can’t use the equipment I need because of the influx of strange people in my way. I can’t help but feel frustrated when my workouts are prolonged and I have to change up my […]

BAC Challenge Week #2 – Building your Savings Account

January 8, 2014

For our second challenge of the year we are focusing on finances. We want to build a financially responsible community. Recently, a spreadsheet showing a 52 week challenge was shared with us and we thought it was a great idea. Kassondra Moreland, the originator of this challenge, has made it easy for you to get […]

Are You Drinking Your Calories?

January 3, 2014

Recently, I was speaking to a friend about eliminating sodas from our diets. They said that they had switched to diet soda instead of regular soda because it was better. I knowingly just smiled and didn’t say a word. I didn’t want to discourage them at the time and I also didn’t really have my […]