Girls and boys competing

Well, it was an interesting weekend for the rivalry of the sexes. Rachel Alexandra, known as the super filly (young female horse) of thoroughbred racing, stood shoulder to shoulder with the 3-year-old stallions in the Preakness Stakes and swept the field. And interestingly, there was a period when a number of the owners of stallions openly discussed taking advantage of an obscure racing rule to make it impossible for her to compete. However, eventually–and because one owner said he’d withdraw his horse if the filly was barred and thus make it possible for her to run–better sportsmanship prevailed.

And on another television channel, the story of G.I. Jane unfolded to reveal the toughness and determination of a woman who aspired to make it in the military, and who beat all the anger, threats, abuse, and intimidation to succeed.

Loved the quotes from the owners of Rachel Alexandra. The one who didn’t enter her in the Kentucky Derby said he’d never do that because fillies should run with fillies, and stallions should run with stallions. The next owner, who purchased her after the Kentucky Derby, made this profound observation: “Champions should run with champions.”

What else can we say? Except, oh, by the way, if you want to be a champion like Rachel Alexandra–to get yourself as fit and sleek as possible—-I’m going to recommend a health/fitness guru who gives the best advice I’ve ever seen.

Mike Geary openly shares amazing tips on things like healthy snacks, what goods are most nutritious, different types of exercises, and more. I’ve been getting emails from this guy for about a year–I read every one of them religiously because there’s always something valuable in them.

You can get his ebook, The Truth about Abs, and get his unique insider secrets about losing weight, eating healthy, exercising to get the best figure and to be strong like G.I. Jane (have you seen the shots of Demi Moore working out in that movie? Yikes.) click here!


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