Keeping Fit

How to’s by folks who know

Posted on October 29th, 2016 by paularath

  I’ve always wondered what gastroenterologists do for fun. I mean, it’s just not a fun medical specialty. No one ever wants to see you and you really have to deal with some unpleasant stuff. Well, one Honolulu gastroenterologist, Dr. Mark Morisaki, who practices out of Kuakini, creates all sorts of fabulous things with balloons!
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Posted on January 22nd, 2015 by paularath

When choosing a personal trainer, the ultimate question is: Does the trainer work for you? Are you making progress toward your goals? Are you motivated? Are you looking and feeling better? Do you look forward to your sessions or are they yet another chore? Well, it may take a while for you to figure out
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Posted on January 20th, 2015 by paularath

We’re just three weeks into the new year, but, sadly, a lot of folks have already given up on their resolve to get fit. Sometimes we set goals that are too optimistic, and ultimately demoralizing. Sometimes we overdo it and get injured – and discouraged – right away. Soemtimes we make our workouts so humdrum
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Posted on December 31st, 2014 by paularath

Ah, New Year’s Resolutions. That January 1 ritual we all love to hate. More often than not, our resolutions are overly ambitious, especially when they relate to health and fitness. And an unrealistic goal can lead to unnecessary anxiety and frustration. The result can destroy any motivation and momentum brought on by hopes for change
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Posted on December 30th, 2014 by paularath

Like many other folks, I am cleaning out some files at the end of the year. It really feels good to get rid of stuff, doesn’t it? It makes the impending new year feel more like a clean slate. In tossing out old medical files, I came across the discharge packet I was given when
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