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cris dobrosielski
Small consistent change, over a significant period of time, leads to Monumental Results
Small consistent change, over a significant period of time, leads to Monumental Results
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Grateful for the opportunity to share some ideas regarding living better, playing longer and decreasing the likelihood of chronic pain with my home town peeps +San Diego Union-Tribune.

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/lifestyle/sd-he-core-strength-20170426-story.html
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It was a privilege to join kson radio and +American Council on Exercise and talk about tackling intimidating disease and leathal habits.

http://www.kson.com/blogs/living-better-san-diego/american-council-exercise
Be brave n be deliberate,
CD
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So proud of the work this team member did over the off season to earn these records and life time bests. Well done beast! The link is what you think!!

http://www.gotuftsjumbos.com/sports/mswimdive/2016-17/releases/20161221ix7qdi
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Honored to share some Going the Distance strategies with the 37 million members of +AARP. Thanks +American Council on Exercise for the opportunity to share the good news about lifelong fitness.

Train smart, have fun and never give up!
Coach Cris
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Grateful for the opportunity to share some Going the Distance ideas with our friends at #WomensHealthMag n readers across the globe. 

Train smart, have fun and never ever give up!
Coach Cris
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What a gift. Enjoy.
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Got knee pain? Identify, modify and adjust.
http://dailyburn.com/life/fitness/workout-modifications-for-knees/

Glad to share a little Going The Distance insight and encouragement with +Daily Burn. on behalf of +American Council on Exercise 
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"Sitting, usually associated with TV viewing and excessive video game playing, is a problem and continues to be a big player in childhood obesity/overweight issues," said Dobrosielski.

That’s one of the reasons our society is struggling with obesity. And "inexpensive, highly convenient, low nutritional value snacks, easy-to-fix meals and the lack of education for parents and children about the dangerous link between limited physical fitness activities also play a big role," he added.
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Honored to share some sane Going the Distance insight with +Washington Post on cross training strategies for fitness enthusiasts and athletes of all ability levels. Train smart, have fun and never give-up! 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/wellness/five-moves-to-get-the-most-out-of-your-elliptical-workout/2016/02/02/6f262316-c435-11e5-a4aa-f25866ba0dc6_story.html
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Honored to contribute some Going the Distance insight to a monumental upcoming article in AARP Magazine, meanwhile, found this one in the archives in the same spirit. Motion is lotion, Enjoy! http://livingbetter50.com/health-fitness-tips-in-honor-of-national-senior-health-fitness-day/
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