You are Awesome!
By: Dr. Peggy Malone
As the weather outside is getting warmer, the flowers are starting to peak out in my garden, and the days are getting longer, I just can’t help but smile and love life.
Today I want to pass on some positivity and gratitude.
I want to take a minute today and say thank you to all of my readers, clients, patients and friends who make this community amazing.
It’s so cool to see you stepping up to the challenge of getting healthier, getting past your injuries, setting goals for your fitness, your health and your life.
You are awesome!!
Keep up the great work. One small step at a time, you really can accomplish great things…whether for your health, your fitness, your sport, your career…your life.
I will continue to be here for you with tidbits that I hope you are finding helpful as you negotiate your way on your path to happier and healthier.
Please feel free to comment below or post a comment on my Facebook wall to let me know what you would like to see or learn more about.
If you are working toward a goal in health, fitness, nutrition or weight loss and if you are looking for some support along the way, come over and join the amazing group of people in the 21 Day Challenge Facebook Group.
You will find a fantastic bunch of people from all walks of life and in all stages of health and wellness who are doing a great job keeping each other motivated and supporting each other in their goals!
Have an amazing day, and remember this…
You are Awesome!
Dr. Peggy Malone is a Chiropractor and an Athlete who helps other athletes to overcome injury and get back to their sport. Her weekly Television Series 'Living Well" inspires people from all walks of life to take control of their health to be as happy and as healthy as they can be.
A former varsity Basketball and Rugby player, she has since entered the world of endurance athletics where she has completed 2 Ironman Triathlons, 3 Marathons, several Half Marathons and many other Triathlons, Road Races and Off-Road Adventure races of varying distances.
Her own athletic endeavors and injuries have given her valuable insight into working with athletes in her practice for both the care of injuries as well as for the improvement of athletic performance.