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Got more time? Get more relaxed!

Deep Breathing Here are a few good deep breathing techniques. They don’t take much time, but the oxygen they deliver to the body works wonders. Breathe Deep Close your eyes. Inhale deeply, feeling the air filling your belly, back and sides. Hold it. Exhale slowly and completely, pushing all the air out. Repeat 10 times, …

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Got a Minute? Get Relaxed!

Drink tea… Black is a good substitute for coffee Green is a healthy choice, high in antioxidants Chamomile is soothing, caffeine-free, calming Or try teas from other cultures, such as Rooibos from Africa, Chai from India, or Oolong from China.   This text will be replaced

Week 1: 1min run + 1min walk

Each of your 3 runs this week should last 20 minutes. The exact distance depends on how fast you run and walk. Warm up with a 5-minute brisk walk Run at a nice easy pace for 1 minute, then walk for 1 minute. Do this 5 times all together (run1+walk1  »  run1+walk1  »  run1+walk1  » …

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Welcome!

PBN how to pass a drug test female Avoiding a Failed Drug Test Because Of Urine Temperature QUITRUNCHILL is a FREE web program for smokers & ex-smokers. It’s based on the assumption that almost everyone wants to be a bit healthier. It focuses on 3 ways to get healthier: Avoid Smoking: QUIT Even tho’ this …

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Basic Safety Tips

                        Injury Prevention This program is designed to build up your running gradually and minimize injuries. Wearing “good” shoes, following the program closely, resisting the desire to overdo it, and stretching are all ways to keep your body injury-free. Throughout this program it is important to listen to your body. If you …

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BTW…

                        Running Depending upon how long and how much you have smoked, and how inactive your lifestyle has been, it may easier or harder to get into a running routine. People who stick with it feel and see improvements at the end of 8 weeks. Listen to your body, take walking breaks …

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Quit Your Way…

Thinking about quitting? Trying to quit? Most smokers want to quit on their own. If you want to quit on your own, here are some ways to do just that. You can use just one way, or you can combine any number of them. Choose your way! Click on an image below to learn more…

Weekly Instructions

                        If you haven’t already done so, be sure to click “LAUNCH RUN” to start the RUN program. This activates a built-in timer that adds new information and tips to the program each week. It also moves the “runner guy” ahead each week so you can easily keep track of where you’re …

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