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Exciting Announcement: WTA and USANA Partnership Renewed

Published on March 7, 2014 by

Exciting Announcement! USANA and the WTA’s partnership has been considered a perfect match since its inception in 2006, so it makes sense that USANA would remain the Official Health Supplement Supplier of the WTA another three years, and continue to provide its high-quality nutritional products to more than 160 WTA athletes, including 14 athletes in the WTA Top 20, and seven of the Top 10.

I am so proud of been part of the USANA family and here what WTA Chairman and CEO, Stacy Allaster says:

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Happy Holidays from WTA | 40 Reasons to Love 2013 and USANA

Published on December 21, 2013 by


Check at 0.39 seconds into this video and know why I am so proud of ...

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Kathy Kaehler Work-Out

Published on September 24, 2013 by




Look and feel better with Kathy Kaehler workout video.

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Money A Love Story by my friend Kate Northrup

Published on September 20, 2013 by

Money: A Love Story is about identifying the value of things in your life and seeing who you truly are in relation to money. I'm halfway through her book and it's absolutely the BEST book on money--practically and spiritually--that I have ever read

Like other relationships, living happily with money really comes down to love.

My dear inspirational friend Kate Northrup, will be sharing concepts from her new book with us on our monthly Team Northrup telegathering on Monday, September 23, 2013. (If you missed her last week on the Today Show, check out the 3 min YouTube video below:

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What Makes Tennis So Much Harder Under Pressure.

Published on February 12, 2013 by

SUSANWhat Makes Tennis So Much Harder Under Pressure.


Playing in a tournament is never as good as your practice play. Often the reason given to this is that you need more practice! But you must be wondering what is is about going from practice to competition that makes your play level drop?   The explanation is somewhat technical, however understanding this concept will help your game.

The first thing to grasp is that in tennis every time you hit the ball, your body transmit impulse signals through your nervous system up to your brain. Conversely the brain learns from these impulses and sends the appropriate signals back through your nervous system as you about to hit another ball. This sequence if practice often enough will speed up those impulses travel along the pathway of your nervous system and make them more accurate.

The majority of players are

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5 Simple Steps To Get Empowered in 2013

Published on January 2, 2013 by

Most of us know how it feels like to be knocked down and powerless. However, with that knowledge, some of us have learned the mindset and skill sets needed to dig down and get back up again.  I am one ...

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Cellular Nutrition Needs of the Competitive Tennis Player – PART 2

Published on November 17, 2012 by

Cellular Nutrition Needs of the Competitive Tennis Player – PART 2

The ideal physiologic and metabolic state for the tennis player who is involved in competition or an aggressive workout is to have a constant supply of glucose. Tennis players ...

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Cellular Nutrition Needs of the Competitive Tennis Player – PART 1

Published on November 16, 2012 by

Cellular Nutrition Needs of the Competitive Tennis Player

The rigor of training and competing as a tennis player places a lot of extra stress on the body and nutritional supplementation is critical. Dr. Kenneth Cooper began the exercise revolution in ...

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Head Games: The Mental Side of Tennis

Published on October 31, 2012 by

I believe that we all have wondered why some tennis players are not capable of handling the pressure during a very important match, while others seem to be able to rise to the challenge?

The truth is that no matter how good a player is physically, the mind is often the player's toughest opponent. You can call it lack of confidence, or just plain nerves we are all challenged to this situation on the tennis court one time or another.

I have personally experienced these challenges during my tennis career so I can share my thoughts on the subject as well I have studied sport psychology and I understand it more than I used to.

I set out a series of questions that my clients have often asked me and I have used the Q&A format to deliver my message to you.

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Tennis College Caroline Dickensheets – 2-Star Tennis Player from Atlanta GA

Published on August 26, 2012 by

Tennis College - Caroline Dickensheets - 2-Star Tennis Player for College Tennis Recruiting from Atlanta GA.

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