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Are you a busy professional concerned with improving your physical and emotional health? Welcome to “Fine Life!” Here, attorney and fitness advocate Kevin Fine, and others (even you), share experiences and information about how every-day professionals can improve their health and wellness.

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Running Sideways

By Paul Ward It’s an honor to post this guest article on the #finelife blog. Kevin Fine has been an enormous influence on me, not just in his marathoning. Kevin …

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What to Do When You Want to Quit! Lessons from the Jack and Jill Marathon

I woke up in the basement bedroom of my daughter and son-in-law, in Bellevue, Washington. It was 2:00 a.m., July 30th, 2022– the morning of the Jack and Jill marathon …

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David Goggins 4x4x48 Challenge Take 2 What Is It; Why Is It?

There is no reason for anyone to remember this but me: Last March I participated in a “challenge” that David Googins (look him up–it’s worth it) offered the world as …

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My Marathon Approach to “Wellness”

As anyone knows who will listen, or can’t get away fast enough, I just ran another marathon (I think number 23) on Saturday. But, why? From about mile 20 to …

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Lessons From Spartan Racing – You Can Always Improve Your Mental and Physical Condition

My youngest daughter got married six months ago and at her reception I was visiting with her new father-in-law, Joe.  An orthopedic surgeon in Idaho, Joe is in incredible shape.  …

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Boston Virtual Marathon – Which Provides More Power – Your Will or Your Support Group?

I did not intend to run a full marathon, in Tempe, in early October. No one in their right mind would do that in Arizona, because it is still too …

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Adding “Ultra” Challenges To a Fine Life

I still seem to learn most valuable lessons by “doing,” instead of only studying. This is why I attribute so many life lessons to the marathons I’ve run. You cannot …

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“I don’t much like being told what to do. I feel like much of my time is spent doing what I must do, should do, or am expected to do. …

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