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Sunday, 23 November 2014
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From www.ginnymcarthur.com


I have endured an injury plagued 14 months.
From stress fractures (3) to knee niggles it's been frustrating to say the least.
Although, I have thoroughly enjoyed my return to proper weight training.
With clients and friends running both New York & Auckland Marathons this weekend, it is no wonder that my mind has turned to goal setting.
At 55 time starts to run out to fit everything in! Whilst I have run in both the above I have some new running challenges in mind for next year. (They are a secret for now! First stop 13km Speight's West Coaster)
As you know my obsession with weight training, running and nutrition allows me many a mad escapade in the name of work.
I feel great already. Just setting some definite goals has an amazing, positive effect on my mindset. Don't wait for the new year. Set your goals now! Honestly, it is so empowering!
The trudge up Mount William tonight now becomes session one of my training towards next year's goals, no longer a trudge, I have a spring in my step.
 
So with training starting now, here are some of my favourite new running facts!
 
 Research reveals dark chocolate can boost a runner's endurance. Dark chocolate it turns out, helps to keep both your airways and blood vessels clear. This increases the delivery of oxygen into your muscles keeping you going stronger for longer.
 
Despite a couple of casualties yesterday (remember people have heart attacks sitting on the couch too, they just don't make the news headlines) runners do have stronger and healthier hearts than couch potatoes.
 
Regular running can decrease a women's breast cancer risk by as much as 39%.
 
Runners do not have a greater risk of osteoarthritis in their knees or any other joints.
 
Running helps to prevent dementia.
 
Note to self, when your knee is better, start running more and remember to eat chocolate.
 
 
 
 
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Ginny McArthur's Outlook for Life
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Feature Article

Every cell of who you are comes from what you choose to eat and drink.


Our food intake has a greater impact on how we feel than we ever give it credit for.

If we fill our bodies with junk food, we will feel and look like junk.
Yes I do believe that it is that simple.
Eat to fuel your body well 80-90% of the time. Eat for the joy and pleasure of food 10-20% of the time. Moderation and balance are the key.
By eating well most of the time I feel, vital, alive and full of energy.
Life is too short to feel like crap from eating crap!
Choose to eat well, hydrate well and move a little or even a lot every day!
Nourish your body with real food, food is fuel, food is pleasure but food is also what nourishes your internal battery so that you can function well on a daily basis.
Stay supercharged to live your best life by eating natural whole-foods.
Bring back the joy of cooking, eating and sharing real food as a family.
It’s not about going on a diet, it’s about making positive choices that become part of how you live your life.
I live my life with purpose and passion and I love food!!
Eating well should never be dull or boring, nor should you feel deprived. Mix it up and be daring in your cooking.
Think about eating well between now and the festive season, so that you can enjoy a few treats without any guilt attached. Plan some healthier choices over the holidays too.
Live well, laugh lots and don’t take a single day for granted,
Ginny x
 
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