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AGORACOM Is Getting Fit. Unplug From The Web And Get Physical

Posted by AGORACOM at 10:25 AM on Sunday, April 19th, 2009

It’s Sunday morning, Greek Orthodox Easter and I’m about to face an onslaught of food that rivals any feast you have ever seen. Nothing wrong with that. Celebrations are meant to be celebrated.

Unfortunately, I’m doing a lot of celebrating but not enough exercising. My plan to begin taking better care of myself after my 40th birthday in 2008 was right on target – then the global financial crisis hit.

I sat in front of computers and on conference calls around the clock. I was spending more time attending to the business than ever – and my health was suffering. I’m as heavy as I have ever been and continuing down this path is a certain recipe for disaster.

I’ve lived a blessed life and want to live this life for as long as I can.


Time to make changes – and I’d love to include you on the ride.  Here is a link to our “Fitness” HUB.

Personally, I am beginning the PX90 program on Wednesday. It’ll kick my ass for 90 days and get me back on track – but that is just the beginning. You can’t create a healthy life in just 90 days. You have to live a healthy life every day of your life.

To be clear, I’m not about to take the fun out of life and measure broccoli portions. But I know I can do far better than I’m doing now – and I am sure many of you feel the same way.

You don’t have to be on the P90X program – just be on some kind of program. Walk everyday, play sports, do pushups in front of the TV everyday, choose souvlaki over pizza. You get the idea.


Like our stock HUBS, I’m looking forward to gaining incredible knowledge pertaining to exercise, diet and well being from all of you.

Most importantly, I’m looking forward to helping each and every one of you live a healthier life – and vice-versa. We’ve already proven that we can accomplish great things together, so there is no reason why we can’t create healthier lives together.

As much as some web owners want you glued to their site 24 hours per day, I’d rather have you using the site for years and years to come.

I’m off to enjoy Easter – with a bigger emphasis on the people than the food.


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