Like Brushing your Teeth

What if working out was as second nature to us as brushing our teeth? I bet we'd never miss a workout, right?

Our health should be an extension of who we are at our core and an expression of ourselves, not a separate, compartmentalized part of our life. 

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News & Updates from Tiffany

SUMMER IS IN FULL SWING!

BACKCOUNTRY RUN IN THE BOOKS! THANK YOU EVERYONE WHO WAS PART OF THE VOLUNTEER CREW. ANNE BRANDENBURG, LESLIE BRAY, GARY TICKNER, CHRIS MALLORY, NEIL SIEGEL, KELLI LUSK, SHANNON BRANDENBURG, TRICIA PASCOE, JEN KUHLMAN, AMY MARTIN, JULIE CARNEY, HANNAH BATHEUS, HEATHER MILLER .

THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!

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An Update from Tiffany

I'm seriously so thankful for the people in my life. They continue to push me and support me to believe that anything is possible. And most importantly I'm grateful for their friendship. It's all about teamwork, leading with passion and with knowing conviction in your heart that anything is possible!

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ROBIE CREEK

I know so many of you who come to Run Class are racing this weekend, so I just wanted to let you know that I was thinking about you all.

Start lines are a place where the real art happens. All of that hard work - the early mornings, those reps at the gym, the laps of the track or

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MILL UPDATE

I really really hope that each and everyone of you who make The Mill SV their workout destination, whether that be in a class or personal training realize I couldn't be where I am at all without each and everyone of you. I know I say it all the time...but I mean it!!!


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FAKE IT TILL YOU MAKE IT!

As an runner, there were plenty of days I would walk onto the starting line NOT IN THE MOOD to give my best. I had to make a choice because I knew that if my coaches or opponents detected my state, I'd be in trouble. There were races where I didn't feel confident in my abilities, no matter how well I prepared. Maybe I was in a slump but one thing I knew for sure...

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NUTRITIONAL PILLAR 2: HIGH FIVE TO FAT

Fat has gotten such a bad rap over the years.

This fat free epidemic started in the 1980s with an attempt to make us all a little healthier by reducing the amount of saturated fats in our diets found in dairy, meat and processed foods. The food industry’s solution was to offer a replacement for animal fat in unsaturated vegetable oils. What we now know is that these oils actually increase trans fats. These man-made versions were being marketed as healthy and safe which means we were consuming more of them. 

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