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FitLabPGH Features #7:19 Emily Scott, DO



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.  Click FitLabPGH Features for more info if you want to be featured/know someone who should be featured.

This Week: Emily Scott, D.O.

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area?  Pittsburgh born and raised! I’ve stayed in the area for many reasons, but most notably family, opportunities in medicine, and our thriving running/cycling/yoga communities.

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  Running along the river trails and Montour trail, road cycling, and yoga.  As a second year family medicine resident, finding time to train can be challenging but is a very important priority.  Staying active allows me to keep my mind and body in the best possible condition so that I can provide the best care for my patients.  Also, I am so thankful for my running partner, Cece, my 4 year old lab mix.  She helps to motivate me to get out the door for a run.

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  A dream of mine is to compete at Kona Ironman World Championships.

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  I’ll prepare mini veggie quiche for the week, or peanut butter banana cinnamon toast, and of course, coffee.

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  Pineapple curry at Nicky’s Thai Kitchen.

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  The Keystone Triathlon. It was my first triathlon onto the scene in 2018. It offered a great hometown feel, challenging/hill ride, and was well supported. It fueled my excitement and desire to compete in more triathlons with the ultimate goal of completing a full Ironman!

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  I’m looking forward to the Pittsburgh marathon as always! I’m also looking forward to the Ohio State Olympic triathlon and the OBX half ironman triathlon.

Would you rather go scuba diving or skydiving?  Scuba!

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  Yoga. Ashtanga flow has been such an important addition to my routine. It allows me to focus on the areas of my body that are in need of some love, and to focus 60-75 minutes on improving areas of weakness, tightness, or soreness, while quieting my mind. Yoga has also allowed me to improve my flexibility and balance, which has directly contributed to improving speed. It has been a key component to improving my mind and body wellness.

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see?  A run on the north shore trail! It offers the best views of the city, and is always bustling with other active people no matter the time of year.

Contact info for Emily Scott, D.O.:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/run_scotty/

 

 

 


FitLabPGH Features #6:19 Dan Minnicks



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.  Click FitLabPGH Features for more info if you want to be featured/know someone who should be featured.

This Week: Dan Minnicks

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area? Yes

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area? Being a former hockey player, I’m always going to be partial to finding an open slab of ice and playing hockey even though I don’t get to do it as much as I’d like. I really enjoy being in a gym setting and experimenting and trying things that are new to me as I’m always researching new ways to better serve my clients. I treat myself as a Guinea pig in that regard. I enjoy hiking as well and there’s plenty of that around the area.

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do? I’m not sure on a specific location at the moment but I’ve always been enticed by those tropical hikes where there’s the massive waterfalls or something majestic in the middle of the woods that isn’t visible by just pulling over on the side of the road. The few hikes that I’ve done around Utah have really opened my eyes to just how much beauty in nature there is if you’re just willing to go out and earn it.

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast? During the week: Steel cut oats with a scoop of protein powder, chia seeds, berries, and unsweetened vanilla almond milk. Weekend: I’m a creature of habit and terribly picky so it’s usually the same, but sometimes I’ll go out somewhere for breakfast. If I do, French toast and bacon is my breakfast delicacy.

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy. If you like ribs, Mario’s in the Southside has the best ones around.

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again? Hiking to the top of Mount Olympus in Salt Lake City. Yes, I definitely would do it again. The views were amazing and absolutely worth it.

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year? I’ll be hiking at Zion in early February and that’s one that’s been on my bucket list. After that I’m considering doing some kind of endurance event in the fall but I’m not sure yet.

Would you rather go scuba diving or skydiving? Scuba diving for sure! Although, sky diving would be one of those “conquer your fears” things that I might do one day.

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice? Sleep is certainly number one as it seems to be very underutilized these days but in addition to that I recommend finding a good ART practitioner. It’s been a game changer for me and my clients as well.

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see? There’s so much to see with all of the museums, the history and the sports but I’m a simple pleasures guy so I’ll usually tell people to check out the view from Mt. Washington.

Contact info for Dan Minnicks:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danminnicks/

Instagram (Umberger Performance): https://www.instagram.com/umberger_performance/

Instagram (Umberger Fitness): https://www.instagram.com/umberger_fitness/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DanMinnicks

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Minnicks-Training-Systems-2051338688290948/

 

 

 

 


FitLabPGH Features #5:19 Anna Kestler



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.  Click FitLabPGH Features for more info if you want to be featured/know someone who should be featured.

This Week: Anna Kestler

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area?  Born and raised in Mt. Lebanon

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  SWEATing, horseback riding and walks to Uptown Lebo

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  Traveling to Africa, going on a safari and learning about their culture.

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  Weekday breakfast – Eggs and grapefruit from Whole Foods with a Cortado and Charcoal Shot.  Weekends – Swapple with Almond Butter and Coffee with Collagen

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  Tako! Favorite place!!

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  Cantering with a horse. Terrified, but still pushing to learn!

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  Taking my yoga journey out of the country for my 200 hour certification.

Would you rather go scuba diving or skydiving?  Scuba Diving

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  Spending time at our family farm

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see?  PNC Park during a sunset.

Contact info for Anna Kestler:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anna_sweatpgh/

Instagram (Sweat PGH): https://www.instagram.com/sweat_pgh/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sweatpgh/

 

 

 


FitLabPGH Features #4:19 Sally Sherman



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.  Click FitLabPGH Features for more info if you want to be featured/know someone who should be featured.

This Week: Sally Sherman

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area?  No, I was born in New Bethlehem, PA and moved to Pittsburgh in 1999 to work for the professional dance company, Pittsburgh Dance Alloy.

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  1. Exploring the many beautiful trails by foot and by Mountain Bike 2. Venturing out on my road bike with my family to explore the city and beyond 3. Attending a yoga class in one of the many yoga studios owned by my friends

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  Bike-packing across Europe with my family

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  I eat two breakfasts on the weekdays! One is a smoothie packed with as many nutrients as possible and the other is a homemade vegan chia seed pudding (both of which are created by my fiancée). Weekend breakfasts are usually a bagel with almond butter and sliced banana on the way out the door with my bike.

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  Pittsburgh has become a beautiful mecca of amazing restaurants (a lot of which are vegan and vegetarian friendly!). Aladdin’s is one of my family’s favorites.

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  I have completed two Ironman triathlons and a 50 mile ultramarathon and had a blast the whole time. Last month, I served as a hearing guide in the 24-hour World’s Toughest Tough Mudder in Atlanta for my best friend who is going deaf. I have never done an obstacle race before but needed to escort her on the course. That was definitely unusual and I had imposter syndrome the entire time.

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  I am currently training for the Leadville 100 Mountain bike race in the country’s highest city, Leadville, Colorado.

Would you rather go scuba diving or skydiving?  I would rather drink coffee in bed.

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  Nature is my healing. Everything in it is perfectly imperfect. When I go out into the woods, climb a mountain or sleep in the outdoors, it connects me to the earth and allows me to accept all that is perfectly imperfect about myself.

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see?  North Park! Pittsburgh has a beautiful, enormous park right outside the city. North Park has everything from paddle boarding to ice skating to miles of single track mountain biking. It feels like a secret gem every time I am there.

Contact info for Sally Sherman:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shermansally/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sally.sherman.90

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShermanSally

 

 

 

 

 

 


FitLabPGH Features #3:19 Richard Butler (Coach RTB)



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.  Click FitLabPGH Features for more info if you want to be featured/know someone who should be featured.

This Week: Richard Butler (Coach RTB)

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area?  Pittsburgh native

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  My own group X workouts – Box N Beats (hybrid boxing & karate), Indoor  rowing, Indoor cycling. I call it the Mecka Trifecta.  Every Sunday 9am -12:30pm

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  I would love to lead a week long all Inclusive Lifestyle Change retreat, therapy horses, nutritious foods and pampering.

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  3 hard-boiled eggs, 4 strips of bacon, whole wheat Cherrios with soymilk, and a banana.

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  I absolutely love exploring the Buffalo wing scene.

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  I am in the very beginning of 60 different workouts for my 60th  Birthday.  That was September 18. I will have the rest of 2018 -19 to train. I just completed workout # 17 at SoulCycle San Diego. Most challenging? Any Yoga.

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  Solid Core

Would you rather go scuba diving or skydiving?  Sky diving

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  One day off of all things

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see?  West End Elliott Overlook

Contact info for Richard Butler (Coach RTB):
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachrtb/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/richardtbutler

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Coachrtb

 

 

 

 

 


FitLabPGH Features- Maggie & Emma FitLabPGH Labs



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.

This Week: Maggie & Emma FitLabPGH Labs

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area? Emma: I was born in Ohiopyle, then lived briefly in Scott Township (South Hills of Pittsburgh), before being adopted by Ben when I was 11 weeks old.
Maggie: I was born in Carrollton, Ohio at Camolot Labradors; when I was 8 weeks old, Ben purchased me and moved me to Finleyville.

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  Walking through fall leaves; carrying sticks; and playing in the snow…we also enjoy hanging out with Ben’s cats, Gracie and Mia.

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  Our whole lives are vacations…we are not working dogs, but rather pets…who are part of the family…but if we were to go on vacation, we’d like to go somewhere cold, with a lot of snow, where we could take long walks while Ben tries to keep up with us on snowshoes

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  Sweet potato and venison dog food, 7 days a week…with a smear of canned pumpkin

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  Emma: carrots and frozen cranberries;
Maggie: carrots and blueberries.  We also enjoy Cloud Star Wag More Bark Less Itty Bitty sweet potato treats.

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  Most challenging- walking and running on icy, hard surfaces…so we insist on the majority of our movement on soft surfaces

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  Walks through deep snow, and good quality sticks to carry

Would you rather go scuba diving or skydiving?  Neither, we’d rather go to a new wooded area to sniff.  Emma would like to note that she’d consider skydiving as long as it could be a tandem jump with Ben.

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  Sleeping, including naps in the Jeep on the way back from our walks…being groomed by the cats is nice too

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see?  Mingo Creek Park – lots of trails, smells, and hills…but if your visitors bring dogs, please make sure they are leashed unless they are in the off-leash area!!!

Contact info for Emma and Maggie:
E-Mail: They’re Labradors…they don’t e-mail

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FitLabPGH Features- Ken Presutti



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.

This Week: Ken Presutti

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area?  Yes, raised in Springdale and now in the South Hills

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  We have so many great trails for running and biking, that I could take up almost all of my time doing those! If I’m going beyond that though, I’d add open water swimming up at Moraine State Park, yoga at any one of the awesome studios Pittsburgh has to offer, or water skiing/wake boarding down one of our rivers…

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  For right now, the realistic ones are traveling on the weekends and making mini-vacations with my family during triathlon race season. I love being able to spend time with my wife & son prior to racing. If I’m shooting for the true fantasy vacation though, it’s definitely a trip doing the hike to base camp at Everest. I’m not big on the cold, so I have no desire to actually go up the mountain, but an exhausting hike through Asia sounds right up my alley!

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  Coffee with a tablespoon of heavy whipping cream or MCT oil. On the weekends (or work from home days) it’s bacon and eggs. But, don’t be fooled, breakfast is not the most important meal of the day!

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  Another almost impossible question to answer! I’m going to go with the Colossal Fish sandwich from Primanti Bros and/or Wings from Wings, Suds, and Spuds!

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  I’m a huge fan of the Race to Anyplace, which takes place every February. It’s an indoor bike race (on spin bikes), where you basically go as fast as you can, with no resistance, for 15 minutes. Then, you hop off and another team member gets on and does the same thing. Each team member rides 2 times, and there are 12 team members. As an indoor cycle instructor, I’d never, ever recommend anyone ride like that on a regular basis, but it’s awesome for this event and raises money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Over the past several years my team, the “Space Monkey Mafia” has racked up a lot of miles!

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  I’m registered for Ironman Louisville, and am really looking forward to that. However, I’d also add the Pittsburgh Marathon as this year I’m working with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to coach their charity runners to complete the race.

Would you rather go scuba diving or skydiving?  Sky diving for sure… It seems less claustrophobic!

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  Recovery starts with the activity itself. As a ChiRunning instructor I’m very focused on moving efficiently and with proper form to avoid injury in the first place. That said, self-care and recovery is still very important.

Prior to a few weeks ago, I would have said Yin Yoga, but since I’ve picked up a pair of Rapid Reboot compression boots it’s a close call. In fact, I think I’m definitely going with 30 minutes in the boots, and a good Cabernet.

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see?  There is so much that it would be impossible to pick one place. The triathlete in me is going to assume I’m recommending this to another triathlete, and I’d say just get on the GAP trail downtown. You’ll go from the heart of the city, over to Southside, past UPMC Sports where the Steelers practice throughout Homestead, into McKeesport, and further if you keep going. Along the way, you’ll get a sense for how the city grew up on the river. How it became an industrial hub, and how we’ve changed over the years to become a great place to live, work, and move!

Contact info for Ken:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coach.kenp/

 

 


FitLabPGH Features- Lisa Boksenbaum



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.

This Week: Lisa Boksenbaum

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area?  Born in Pittsburgh; moved to Northern California at age 12; looked for “home” in Seattle, Scottsdale, Los Angeles, and Ft. Lauderdale; moved back to Pittsburgh 5 years ago.

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  Walking on Montour Trail; Hiking in Mingo Creek Park; and working out at the Fitness Lab in Canonsburg

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  European hiking vacation – especially, England, Ireland, and Italy

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  Egg bake with chicken Italian sausage- weekdays and weekends…although lately, I’ve been eating lentil soup for breakfast…I know…it’s strange…

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  Unhealthy: Millie’s ice cream. Healthy: beet salad with salmon at Vilka Bistro in Bethel Park

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  Challenging: Hiked Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, AZ (Going down the mountain was more difficult than going up!). Absolutely, I’d do it again!

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  Snow shoeing this winter…and getting back into tennis in the Spring

Would you rather go scuba diving or skydiving?  Neither, but if FORCED (we’re talking “gun to the head” situation) to do one, then scuba diving

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  Massage…but acupuncture is a close second

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see?  View from Mt Washington…but if they have time…Ohiopyle

Contact info for Lisa:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lboksenbaum/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisa.boksenbaum

Facebook (FitLabPGH): https://www.facebook.com/fitlabpgh/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/lboksenbaum

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-boksenbaum-5566257/

 

 

 

 

 


FitLabPGH Features- Maverick, Schutzhund Trained German Shepard



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.

This Week: Maverick, Schutzhund Trained German Shepard, trained by Drew Zihmer

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area?  I was born outside of Columbus and then brought to Pittsburgh when my fur-parents adopted me.

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  Schutzhund, walks at South Park, and tracking on any farm field. As long as I’m with my fur-dad it’s a good place to be!

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  Go to Michigan in the middle of winter to see my Schutzhund friends and play in the snow

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  Fromm Gold Dog Food with my special EPI medicine. Weekends earning my breakfast (hot dogs) while tracking

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  An ice cream pup cup from Kelley’s Dari Delite in Bethel Park

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  Carrying a dumbbell in my mouth as I jump over a 1-meter hurdle or carrying it as I climb over a 7’ wall. Yes! It’s fun!!

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  Competing for my IPO1 with my fur-dad

Would you rather go scuba diving or sky diving?  Sky diving! I just need a harness and to convince fur-dad to go with me

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  Taking a nap on the sofa with a movie on with my favorite humans. And extra treats!


FitLabPGH Features- Rebecca Brown, Pure Forme Training



FitLabPGH is a podcast about movement and movement opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PA area.  Once a week we also highlight a FitLabPGH mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.

This Week: Rebecca Brown, Pure Forme Training

Are you a Pittsburgh native? If not, what brought you to the Pittsburgh area?  Yes, sort of. Grew up in Monroeville, but moved away when I was 18. I’ve recently moved back to the area (after being in Seattle for 12 years) to be closer to family.

What are your three favorite movement activities in the Pittsburgh area?  Biking with my family along all the trails. Hiking/wandering in the woods. Stair climbing workouts!

Describe your fantasy movement-focused vacation…cost is not an object…where do you go and what do you do?  Definitely somewhere in Europe, along the Mediterranean. My days would be spent walking/biking, eating, and soaking in as much of the culture as possible, feeling completely relaxed.

What is your go-to weekday breakfast? Your weekend breakfast?  Fried duck egg with turkey sausage, sautéed spinach and mushrooms over brown rice, topped with a locally made kraut. Same on the weekends!

What is your favorite thing to eat in Pittsburgh? Note: it does not need to be healthy.  Still (happily) exploring all the new restaurants Pittsburgh has so I feel like I need some more time to answer this question! However the chocolate croissants from Mediterra Cafe are pretty damn good.

What is the most unusual and/or challenging movement activity you’ve done? Would you do it again?  I took a TRX/yoga class a few years ago and it was an interesting combination, especially using the straps to get into handstands/headstands. Also, I ran a half marathon once. It was pretty awful and I wouldn’t do it again. Not a fan of running 😉

What movement activity/event are you looking forward to in the next year?  Kind of a lame answer, but yoga. My body and mind would benefit from incorporating a more regular yoga routine into my life.

Would you rather go scuba diving or sky diving?  Hmmm, neither because I can’t swim well and I’m scared of heights. If I had to choose, then scuba diving.

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice?  Any of the following: Acupuncture, meditation, journaling, or soaking in a warm salty bath.

What is the one place visitors to Pittsburgh “must” see?  Cathedral of Learning or the Carnegie Museum of Art.

Contact info, Rebecca Brown, Pure Forme Training:                                            Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pureformetraining/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pureformetraining/

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