As a borderline Type A-ish person who enjoys accomplishment and competing with myself, I’ve been a hard core gym-goer for as long as I can remember. Whether including plyometric exercises to my circuit training sessions, doing HIIT on cardio machines, or playing long sessions of singles tennis, I’ve always enjoyed the feeling of challenging myself while strengthening my heart and muscles. That’s why, despite all the many reports I heard about the benefits of walking, I was never drawn to going for a stroll as a form of exercise. After all, I reasoned, if a walk is good for you, isn’t a run or a high interval training routine better? Read more
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Dr. Patricia Thompson is a Corporate Psychologist and Management Consultant who is passionate about helping her clients flourish by making well-informed hiring decisions, cultivating talent, and developing a positive organizational culture. Read more...
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