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  • ThriveFit

    Workouts

    Still lifting weights, just haven't quite refined my routine enough to put it in here. No sense in doing all the work if I am just going to change the program again. However I am feeling pretty good about my routine this week. Maybe it will be a good one for the next few weeks.

    Posted over 3 years ago by ThriveFit

  • sharkluver22

    I hear ya!

    That's why I bring my lunch and all my snacks with me for the day! Though there have been a few times I had to go *out* to lunch for business, and it wasn't that easy for me to decide what to get that was similar to what I had originally planned on here or that was just healthy in general! Sorry you had a lame lunch!

    Posted over 3 years ago by sharkluver22

  • ThriveFit

    Business lunches stink

    My lunch today is an example of what's wrong with typical american fare-carb overload and cheese covered salads. Yuck.

    Posted over 3 years ago by ThriveFit

  • rjorge

    Hello!

    Thanks for becoming one of my motivators! I'm a big fan of your website and i find a lot of help and motivation in your blogs & videos!

    Posted over 3 years ago by rjorge

  • xomissalyssaxo

    CrankyGoat's Plantar Faciitis injury

    Pamela, there are two extremely minimally invasive options for the repair of tendons and fascia that have recently become available. The first, and least expensive, is Platelet Rich Plasma Sport injections made by Exactech (basically spinning the patient's blood and extracting the platelet rich plasma, then injecting it into the injured area). The second option is a Podiatrist or surgeon (under anesthesia) will poke small holes in the injured area and slightly debride the area with a Topaz wand made by Arthrocare. This process forces the white blood cells to attack the damaged tissue and repair itself. Obviously, a Doctor is the only person who can prescribe these treatments.

    Posted over 3 years ago by xomissalyssaxo

About Me

My name is Pamela and I am an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer and ACE Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant who has been on my own fitness journey for over 10 years. I love to help others by sharing what I have learned. Check out my blog and personal training services at www.thrivepersonalfitness.com

Stats

Sex: Female

Age: 39

Weight: 115.5 lbs

Height: 5ft 3in (160 cm)