10 Day Online Sugar Detox

We're super excited to launch our first 10 day online sugar detox! We've done plenty of other detoxes in the past so this is a natural progression that we've been wanting to do for awhile now! We'll try to keep this information post as clear and as simple as possible. Where You don't have to be anywhere in particular because this 10 Day Sugar Detox is 100% online. All you need is an internet connection (and a Facebook profile and you're in!). Regarding Facebook, this is where we host our pr...
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Patience Takes Practice

Doesn't this old time saying ring true. Over the last few months I am really learning the importance of patience. Yesterday as Drew and I were cruising down the beach on our bikes I was deep in thought. Not saying much. Which is unusual for me but I was reflecting on what a gorgeous day it was. I was thinking back to all the times we wished we were living at the beach full time and now we are here. Living our dream. Looks like magic on the outside. One day we weren't here and now ...
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Fall Online Fitness Challenge (10 Days)

We could all use a little motivation with the summer over and the fall upon us, and now that the madness of the Back to School rush is over, we can settle in and do a few things for ourselves. Let's keep this blog post short and simple, so we can spend more time working on your program for the 10 days. Is there a cost? Yes, but it's minimal. $10 for the ENTIRE ten days! That's right, your health is worth $10. Spending $1/day on a your fitness should be more than reasonable. The other rea...
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TTR #5: Making Meaningful Connections

I live in Torrance with my wife Molly and two children, Miles and Hattie. My wife and I have been married for 12 years. Although we settled down after the children were born, we spent a good part of the previous 8 years moving all over the country. Neither of us are native Californians, but are glad that our children are. Both of our children have development delays, and this has affected our hearts and lives immensely. My son, 7, was determined to be on the Autism spectrum when he was in...
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TTR #4: Road to a Sub 3 Hour Marathon

In the past few years I have made running a priority. I schedule my runs around work and my weekends around my long runs. Through consistency, I have brought my marathon time down from over 4 hours to 3:31 to 3:15 to 3:09. What gets me out the door everyday is loving to be outside (I am also a huge hiking enthusiast). My next goal is to run a sub 3 hour marathon. I don't know if I will be able to do it, but I love improvement and pushing my body to see what it can do. C...
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TTR #3: Pushing Through Hypothermia

·      College mathematics professor for 20 years, receiving tenure 2 years ago at El Camino College in Torrance CA.  ·      Born and raised in Los Angeles, currently living in Hermosa Beach. ·      Bachelors and Masters degree from Loyola Marymount University. ·      For almost 12 years, I was a “freeway flyer” teaching at 3-4 colleges a semester, just trying to make ends meet. I was FINALLY lucky enough be hired full time as a Professor at El Camino in 2013. ·      During that ti...
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TTR #2: Qualifying for the Olympic Trials

Cheyne Inman is a realtor at REMAX Estate Properties in the South Bay. He is an assistant cross-country coach at West Torrance High School, and also coaches athletes of all levels and ages to personal records through his coaching business. He spent the last 6 years working at Skechers USA Inc. in Manhattan Beach where he managed professional athlete contracts and negotiations, BTB sales, and digital marketing programs before getting in to real estate. Cheyne resides in Torrance, CA with his...
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