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Lazy Days = Time to Sweat

I was at the beach all weekend at my in-laws house, so needless to say I ate really good food all weekend cause my mother-in-law is a fabulous cook. Then I had to stop by the fish market on the way home and picked up some fresh grouper, slaw and a key lime pie. I cooked all of that last night with a homemade tomato pie picked up at the Morehead City Farmer's Market and yumm....

So, now I'm back to trying to work out every day. It's so hard, but we have a gym downstairs at work, which makes it much easier. I've recently also picked up a kettlebell and I'm loving this thing. I was introduced to kettlebells through one of my friends and freelance client and her fitness center Rapid Results Fitness. These things will kick your butt - the first time I used them, my thighs were sore for two days. Katherine Heigl swears by them. The great thing is you only have to do them a couple times a week for brief periods of time (about 20 minutes) to see results.

Here's a postcard I put together to promote the folks at Rapid Results Fitness. If you get a chance and you're in the Raleigh/Durham area, sign up for some classes!


  1. Have you seen this workout?
    I just saw it advertised today on tv and wondered if anyone had tried it...


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