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Dailey Mail 1/14/13

1/14/13

Helllloooo Monday MANIACS!!!

It’s the beginning of a NEW week filled with opportunities & possibilities! Get your mind set RIGHT for productivity! Don’t mistake your BUSY day for a PRODUCTIVE one. Here is a great quote to get you thinking:

“Being busy does not always mean real work. The object of all work is production or accomplishment and to either of these ends there must be forethought, system, planning, intelligence, and honest purpose, as well as perspiration. Seeming to do is not doing.” ~ Thomas A. Edison

The Dailey NUTRITION Tip: DITCH THE REFINED GRAINS TO AVOID PAIN! Bet you haven’t associated your achy joints or chronic pain with the food you eat, have you? There is truth the the old term “you are what you eat”. In general, grains are considered inflammatory foods. The more refined (processed) they are, the more inflammatory they become. Whether you are trying to eliminate pain in your life, or just want to embrace cleaner eating, eliminating refined grains & sugars from the diet is a game-changer! Read your labels. If the ingredients say: “unbleached” or “enriched” steer clear! Although still moderately inflammatory, options that read whole grain are a better option. But for BEST results in lowering inflammation in the body, eat whole “REAL” foods such as fresh fruits & veggies, wholesome fats, etc.

CLASS UPDATE: Way to CRUSH a fantastic partner driven workout today! Both the 6am & 6pm groups rocked it! Way to challenge each other & take each other to the next level!

We have 3 great classes on tap for Tuesday! Functional Fitness at 6 & 9:30am. (Get ready to SWEAT!) Then at 6pm, Functional Flex will soothe the mind, restore balance, & relieve sore muscles & joints.

Don’t forget…there is no longer a 6am flex class on Wed!

Have a GREAT night & get ready to CREATE greatness tomorrow!

1% BETTER every day!

WooHoo!!!

 

p.s. your Dailey thought…

“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quite voice at the end of the day saying, I will try again tomorrow.” ~ Mary Anne Radmacher

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