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“It was called a scythe, an ancient, curved blade, rusted and nicked but still sharp as hell, affixed to the end of a grip with enough bend in it and enough knobs on it so a fellow could get behind it with his weight and strength and swing.”
“I need to run probabilities on size and strength and take samples of the Wall's composition.”
“In L.A. it was Yoga Booty Balance class, which “combines fun, heart-pumping moves with a dash of yoga”; Pilates was the exercise in New York, led by a guru who has worked with the likes of Madonna and Uma Thurman; and in Chicago it was yours truly and strength training.”
“By performing both cardiovascular exercise and strength training concurrently, you are asking your body to adapt both aerobically (cardio) and anaerobically (strength training), which results in different hormonal triggers.”
“Teamwork made her, the effort of many men of in - tegrity went into her, but her basic design and strength issued from the brain of one man, Sir Sydney Camm, and it was a perfect creation ap - pearing upon the scene at the right moment.”
“Izz spoke with a magnanimous abandonment of herself to the situation; she could not be -- no woman with a heart bigger than a hazel-nut could be -- antagonistic to Tess in her presence, the influence which she exercised over those of her own sex being of a warmth and strength quite unusual, curiously overpowering the less worthy feminine feelings of spite and rivalry.”
“Chris introduced me to Nic Bartollota, an aspiring college diver, and then to Eli Fairfield, Sean Scott, and several other professional beach volleyball partners and strength trainers.”
“Jupiter and Mercury, pleased with these requests, willingly granted both, and endowed Baucis and Philemon with youth and strength as well.”
“Bob has more than twenty years of teaching and research experience in such diverse fields as biomechanics, motor learning, flexibility and strength training, movement, Chinese Medicine, personality types, and psychology.”
“Ann Cason says that the silence of an old person drives us crazy because we all long to be “confirmed,” and this silence, so common to the old with their diminished health and strength and declining interest in conversation, is the ultimate lack of confirmation.”
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