The Vital Link between Hair Loss, Heart Disease and Exercise

By J. Howson

On April 13, 2013, an important study was published in the British Medical Journal which caused quite a flurry in the media worldwide: vertex baldness (ie baldness occurring in the crown area), but not frontal baldness, is associated with coronary heart disease (CHD), in particular with atherosclerosis. The association with CHD is dependent on the extent of the baldness and also affects younger men.

How Hair Works

A variety of genetic and environmental factors (including stress) are believed to play a role in causing androgenetic alopecia and, indeed, alopecia areata (a less common, immune function-related cause of baldness in both men and women). Androgenetic alopecia, also known as pattern baldness or testosterone baldness, is caused by the elevated presence an androgen hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT).

The normal cycle of each hair lasts between two to six years; a single strand grows for this amount of time, eventually going into a resting phase for a few months and finally dropping off. In the case of pattern baldness, increased levels of androgen within the follicle shortens the cycle of hair growth and causes hair to grow shorter and finer. Moreover, DHT delays the growth rate of new hair. In addition to genetic factors, the following are linked to premature baldness: chronic stress, inflammation, poor nutrition and exposure to toxic chemicals.

Exercise: Can it Stop the Inevitable?

Since baldness is caused by a variety of factors, tackling it with an integrated approach is key. Daily exercise, a good night’s sleep and proper nutrition play an important role in reducing inflammation and stress. Exercise promotes healthy circulation, which is crucial to scalp health.

You may have read that exercise increases testosterone (and, therefore, DHT levels), but in actual fact, the testosterone increase following a weight lifting or aerobic training session is transient, and not likely to have a long-term effect on hair loss, since as mentioned above, the hair cycle is one that lasts for a minimum of two years. A greater danger lies in taking anabolic steroids or supplements (including Vitamin A), which increase testosterone levels long-term and accelerate the rate of hair loss.

Chronic stress is another major factor leading to hair loss, as is sudden, intense stress resulting from traumatic events. Stress can lead to another form of baldness called telogen effluvium, which causes hair to enter premature resting and shedding states. Stress is also suspected to be a trigger for alopecia areata (in which hair falls out in circular spots and can grow back in a few months or continue to fall in other areas of the head, sometimes progressing to alopecia totalis – in which all hair on the head is lost, or alopecia universalis – in which all hair on the head and body are lost.

Exercise significantly reduces levels of stress hormones like adrenalin and cortisol, and stimulates the production of endorphins, which naturally alleviate pain and elevate the mood. The emotional benefits of increased strength and stamina, and the positive body image promoted by both cardiovascular and resistance/weight training, are also significant. At least 30 minutes of moderate activity is recommended daily. If you are in a particularly high-stress job or situation, consider adding mindful meditation (which comprises practices like yoga) into your weekly routine in order to reduce side-effects such as anxiety and depression.

Keeping Nutritional and Environmental Risks at Bay

There are many environmental factors that lead to baldness. These include possible allergens in the foods we consume, the most common of which are gluten, dairy products and alcohol. Even for conditions as mysterious as alopecia areata, patients are reporting increased success in hair growth from adopting a gluten- and dairy-free diet. Additional triggers can be found in typical skin and hair care products, which contain high amounts of chemicals and toxins; it is vital to use products that do not contain harsh ingredients like DEA, sodium lauryl sulfate, DEA and propylene glycol. Gentle, natural-based shampoos should be used, since they maintain a good PH balance on the scalp and do not strip it of natural oils. Hair loss should also be tackled from the inside-out; vitamins and minerals such as biotin, selenium and silica have been proven to promote hair as well as beautiful, strong nails and healthy skin.

Exercise: More than a Matter of Beauty

The study linking baldness to atherosclerosis should serve as an urgent wake-up call to anyone who is suffering from androgenetic alopecia; far more than being a merely aesthetic concern, hair loss should prompt us to take our heart health into our own hands through preventative measures, including a heart healthy diet and regular exercise. As a proven antidote to stress, high blood pressure and sugar levels, exercise is a vital tool in combatting metabolic syndrome and atherosclerosis. Exercise can do a whole lot more than save your hair; it could just save your life.

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How Regular Exercise Can Boost Your Mood and Emotional Well-Being

By V. Johnston


If you have been feeling down in the dumps lately, exercise can be a great way to improve your mood. Exercise can help you forget about the stresses of the day and bring your life and emotions back into balance. Exercise is one way that someone can help himself or herself fight the symptoms of depression.

Endorphins: the Science Behind Why Exercise Improves Your Mood

Exercise has been proven to produce endorphins, chemicals in the body that improve your mood. The neurological receptors of the brain receive the signal from the endorphins, which produce a pleasurable feeling in the brain and reduce the feeling of pain. The so-called “runner’s high” is no myth. It is a real feeling that occurs after a sustained period of intense workouts. Exercise can help you feel better in just as little as a few minutes thanks to the science behind endorphins and the other chemicals released in the brain when you work out.


Health Benefits to Regular Exercise

If you have been feeling sluggish lately, getting regular exercise will help increase and regulate your energy levels. Over time, exercise will make you stronger and help develop better endurance. This will indirectly have an effect on your mood, because more energy will help you become more productive. You can easily get more things done when you have more energy and stamina.

Exercise also reduces your risk of many health problems, including serious problems such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. If you are suffering from depression due to a major health problem, you can improve your mood and your health at the same time by making cardio exercise a regular part of your routine.


Raises Your Self-Confidence

Exercise is also a great way to help you make positive transformations to your body. In the short term, it is a great way to get a quick boost in mood, but in the long term you can make some important positive changes to your life. If the source of your poor mood is a lack of self-esteem or self-confidence, exercise can be a great way to make a major lifestyle change. When you start working out, you will lift your spirits and improve your energy level. If you are overweight, you will start to see extra pounds drop away. Your body will slowly start to become slimmer and more toned. Changing the way you look is an easy way to make you feel like a whole new you.


Take a Break

Exercise provides a great opportunity to take a break from the things that are stressing you out and blow off some steam. While it is never a good idea to avoid your problems, it is even worse to dwell on them all the time. If you have been feeling stressed out lately, take a break and go for a walk, a bike ride, or make a trip to the gym. It will improve your mood in more ways than you could imagine, and it gives you a good chance to step back and get a fresh perspective on the things that are causing you stress.


Best Types of Exercise to Improve Your Mood

You should do whatever type of activity your prefer. It is easier to stick to a regular exercise routine if you actually enjoy your workout. The best activities for boosting your mood should be fun and moderately intense. Cardio exercises like walking, jogging, and biking are all good options, or you could choose to go to the gym instead. You can also use exercise to get out and enjoy spending time in the fresh air, or even make exercise a social experience by participating in a team sport or athletic club.


Valerie Johnston is a health and fitness writer located in East Texas. With ambitions of one day running a marathon, writing for ensures she keeps up-to-date on all of the latest health and fitness news.

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Valentine’s Day Special Yun Fit Un bootcamp

For just $14 you can purchase a one-month membership for your loved one (spouse, boyfriend/girlfriend, family member). You may purchase multiples as gifts, but only one gift certificate can be used per person. This offer is only good for new clients that have not used a trial before.

The One Month membership will cover up to 3 classes a week for 4 weeks. They must start by March 18th, 2013.


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New Year, New You

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By J. Meyers

With each New Year comes a new list of resolutions and the majority of these lists contain the notion to lose a certain amount of weight. This year try a different approach. Here are possible New Year resolutions to consider, give them a try:

Positive self-image: We are constantly picking at ourselves and pointing out our flaws; flabby arms, fat ankles, small calves, the list continues. This year try to approach your body in a more positive manner. Focus on the things that you like about yourself and think positively. The parts of your body that you don’t care for are a work in progress. And it’s important to realize that no one is perfect, no one.

Be healthy: Instead of focusing your new year on how many pounds to lose, focus on being healthy. Make healthy choices when you can. Opt to stay in and not eat out to avoid any difficult and tempting decisions. Walk instead of driving, take the stairs and skip the elevator. Choose diet over regular. It’s the little decisions that can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Do something fun: Try signing up for a work out that is different and fun and do it once a week. For example trying belly dancing or boxing lessons can break up the workout routine and introduce you to something new and exciting. Remember to make it fun!

Cook more: The more you cook the more control you have over being healthy. Find yummy dishes and make the time to cook for yourself. Cooking at home his a fun way to get creative and still feed your body what it needs. You will be happy you did, plus it will save you more money!

Don’t beat yourself up: There are too many times when we beat ourselves up for something that in the big aspect of life isn’t a big deal. Stop beating yourself for missing a gym workout or eating more than you should have. Things happen, life happens. Enjoy the moment and make sure not to make a mess up a habit. Life moves on, as should you. Be easy on yourself.

Make this year the best year! Be happy with yourself and be nice to yourself. Cook more and make healthier options when you can. Life is too short and full of missed adventures if we take it to serious. Here’s to 2013 and a happy and healthier you!

Author Bio:


Jack Meyers is a regular contributor for As a detective he wants to spread the knowledge of terrible things that can happen when people don’t fully verify the credentials of a caregiver or any employee. He also writes for various law enforcement blogs and sites.

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Both take place on 2/23/13



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3 Paleo Dinners To Try

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By J. Miner

Many people are wary of the paleo way of eating because of the lack of diary and carbs and many of their favorite dishes require them. But have no fear; there are plenty of yummy recipes that the whole family will love. Here are three different and delicious dinner recipes to try out this week:

Asian Almond Chicken Salad: An easy and enjoyable meal to serve for the family during the weeknight or even for a group of friends.

Dressing: Combine the following ingredients together in a medium mixing both and whisk.

  • 2 tablespoons fish sauce
  • 3 tablespoons almond butter
  • 1 large lime, freshly squeezed
  • 1 tablespoon coconut vinegar
  • 3 tablespoons of applesauce (unsweetened)
  • A dash or two of crushed red pepper

Salad: Combine the first 3 ingredients together and most of the cilantro and basil with the sauce above. Place on bed of romaine lettuce and sprinkle on the remaining bit of cilantro and basil on top.

  • 3.5 cups of shredded cooked chicken
  • 4 carrots, peeled  and sliced
  • 2 cups of sliced jicama
  • ½ cup of chopped cilantro
  • ½ cup of basil sliced into strips
  • A large head of romaine lettuce, roughly chopped


Garlic and Herb Crusted Pork: Pair this delicious meal with your favorite grilled side vegetables.


  • 1 tablespoon of freshly minced garlic
  • 1 tablespoon of fresh finely chopped sage
  • 1 tablespoon of fresh finely chopped rosemary
  • 1 teaspoon fresh finely chopped thyme
  • 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 1 pork tenderloin
  • Sea salt and ground pepper to taste


  • Mix together garlic, sage, rosemary, thyme and 2 tablespoons of olive oil.
  • Salt and pepper the pork tenderloin.
  • Rub and drizzle on mixture onto pork tenderloin.
  • Marinate 45 minutes to two hours.


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Heat large and heavy skillet with remainder of olive oil and brown each side at 4 minutes.
  • Place in proper baking dish and cook about 20 minutes or until pork temperature reaches 145 degrees.


Lemon and Sausage Pasta: A very filling but light tasting family dinner that everyone will love.


  • 2 medium zucchini, julienned
  • 1.5 cups of cherry tomatoes halved
  • 12 oz. of chicken sausage, flavor of your choice
  • 1 cup of black, pitted olives
  • ½ cup of fresh basil, julienned
  • 1 large lemon freshly squeezed
  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon of freshly minced garlic
  • 2 tablespoons of raw pine nuts, lightly toasted
  • Lemon zest and ground black pepper for garnish


  • Sprinkle zucchini with salt and place in bowl to sit for about 15 minutes.
  • Cook sausage in skillet until done and set aside to cool.
  • Combine sausage, olives, basil and tomatoes in large bowl.
  • Cook the zucchini in boiling water for about 1-2 minutes and drain.
  • Toss together the above two with olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and pine nuts.
  • Add lemon zest and ground black pepper and serve.


Author Bio:

Jason Miner an expert freelance writer loves writing articles on different categories. He is approaching different bloggers to recognize each other’s efforts through “”. He can be contacted through e-mail at jasonminer8atgmaildotcom.

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Examples of Healthy Dinners

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By A. Foster

Eating healthier doesn’t mean you have to starve yourself. As in anything you consume, moderation is key to not having to purchase a new wardrobe. There are many ways you can eat healthier and still feel as though you ate enough.

1. Beef and Cabbage – By cooking lean beef with cabbage, you’re eating a dinner that is high in protein and filling. As a slow cook meal, add some seasoned salt to give it more flavor. If you prefer, using olive oil to precook the cabbage before adding it to the beef keeps the calories low.

2. Fried Tomato Chicken – The white meat of chicken is one of the healthiest of meats and is sponsored in nearly all diets. Slice up a tomato to fry in olive oil with garlic salt to lay over the grilled chicken breast for a healthy dinner.

3. Chicken Salad – Sliced grilled chicken added to any salad can keep the carnivore in your life happy. Mix up a salad using raw spinach and broccoli and you will be amazed at how the children will be willing to eat it as well. Most children don’t like the texture of cooked vegetables, but most will eat it if it’s raw with low-fat ranch dressing.

4. Healthy Camping – Most people will fish while they are camping. A superbly healthy meal is to eat the fish you just caught. Whether it is lemon pepper trout, or salted salmon, fish in nearly any form is one of the healthiest foods you can eat.

5. Salads – Instead of mixing potatoes or other sides with pork, beef, or chicken, why not mix up a salad instead? Shredded cheese instead of croutons removes the heavy starch of dried breads and replaces it with a protein. A grilled pork chop and salad is a healthy way to eat and feel satisfied with the meal.

6. Fried Foods – If you still have a craving for fried foods, try using olive oil instead of others. Olive oil is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids which are the good kinds of fats for you to consume. It won’t make the meal completely healthy, but it could reduce the amount of unhealthy fats you are about to consume.

There are many diets, menus, and methods that people put unwavering belief in for eating healthier and losing weight. While one diet may call for the absence of one thing, another diet could embrace the item as a staple. The best you can hope for is to find the best combination of foods that works for you. Just remember to eat in moderation.

Author Bioline:

This guest post was provided by Allison Foster. She has a solid writing resume that includes blogging both personally and professionally and regular freelance writing and photography jobs. She has enjoyed furthering her writing career with

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Fabulous Drawing For Awesome Prizes and Sweet Stuff

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Congrats to all the winners! Remember to email me for your prizes. I will drop them off at the location you are at.

This saturday’s class is at 900 am! You can register here 

The Sunday part 2 pumpkin workout has been cancelled.



We are looking for testimonials on either our facebook page, Yelp! or our Google page. We’d really appreciate it if you could leave one on either. Your words could inspire someone to change their life!

If you are doing google you either have to have a gmail account or a Google + account.

1. Google- Reynoldsburg

2. Google-Hilliard

3. Google Downtown

4. Yelp!- Hilliard

5. Yelp!- Downtown

6. Yelp!- Reynoldsburg

7. Facebook Page

If you want to do a video testimonial please let me know. Super easy, and i make you look fabulous– just like these people

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Paleo Challenge #1 Results

[note] Please help us vote for who you think is the winner of the Paleo Challenge.


The challenge took place from 9/17-10/17/12. Out of the 14 participants who reported final numbers there was a total inches lost of 115.375 for an average of 8.24″ lost in 30 days! Of the 12 who reported weight loss a total of 110.7 pounds was lost for an average of 9.225 pounds lost in 30 days! & This marks our most successful completion rate for a challenge ever and the most weight and inches lost ever!


Look for Paleo challenge #2 very very soon!


Thank you all for voting!


Stay strong and Stay Positive!

Jason Yun

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Michelle R


Arms: L= 12″, R= 12″

Waist: 36″

Hip: 42″

Thighs: L 25.24″, R= 25″

Calf: L=15″, R= 15″



Waist= 32    -4′

Arms= 12.25   +.25′

Calf=14.5       -.5′

Thigh=25      -.25′

Butt=41.5      -.5′

Chest=36       ?

Total inches lost- 5″

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Shannon L


Neck: 13

Arm: 12.75

Chest: 41.5


Hips: 41

Thigh: 21.5




Neck 13
Arm 11.75      -1
Chest 40      -1.5
Waist 36.5      -.5
Hips 40       -1
Thigh 20      -1.5
Calf 15.5       +.5

Total inches lost= 5′


Charla G


Chest: 37.5

Arms: R-12.25, L-12.25

Waist: 36

Hips: 42.5

Thighs: R-23.5, L-23

Calfs: R-15, L-14.5



Weight: – 9 pounds

Chest:35         -2.5

Arms: R-12, L-12       -.25

Waist: 32         -4

Hips: 41       -1.5

Thighs: R-22, L-22.25        -1.5

Calfs: R-15, L-14.5       -.0

Down: Loss 9 pounds 9.75 inches


Jules L


Neck 13″

Bust 40″

Waist 37″

Hips 44″

L Arm 13.5″

L Calf 14.5″



Neck 12.5      -5

Bust 37.0        -3

Waist 34.0       -3

Hips 41.0       -3

L Arm 12.5      -1

L Calf 14-      -.5

Weight: -10.5 pounds

Total weight loss of 10.5 lbs

Total inches lost= 15.5″

Jeannie P





Bust-44 1/2

Waist-45 1/2


Right Arm-16

Right Calf-16



Neck 16.5    -.5

Rt. Arm 15.5     -.5

Chest 44      -.5

Waist 44      -1.5

Hips 52     -3

Rt. Calf 16     -0

Weight      -7.5 pounds

Down: 7.5 lbs & 6 inches

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Tarasa S



Neck: 13.25

Arm: 10.5″

Breast: 36.5″

Waist: 31″

Hips: 40″

Thigh: 22.5″

Calf: 14.25″



Neck: 12.75    -.5

Arm 10.25     -.25

Chest: 36       -..5

Waist: 29.5     -1.5

Hips: 38.5     -1.5

Thigh: 22      +.5

Calf: 14       -.25

Weight: – 9 pounds

Down: 4.5″ and 9 lbs

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Amanda H




Neck: 17″

Arm: 16.5″

Chest: 53″

Waist: 50″

Hips: 58.5″

Thigh: 29″

Calf: 20.5″



Final numbers: – 11 pounds

Neck: 17 no change

Arm: 16.5 no change

bust: 51.5 loss of 1.5

Waist: 46.5 loss of 3.5!

Hips: 57.5 loss of 1

Thigh: 31 gain of 2

Calf: 19.5 loss of 1

Down: 11 pounds and 5 inches

Jaimee G


Neck: 14″

Chest: 38″

Arm (R): 11″

Waist: 39″

Hips: 44″

Thigh (R): 25″

Calf (R): 15″


Weight: – 12 pounds

Neck: 13″       -1

Arm (R): 11″    -0

Chest: 38″       -0

Waist: 36″       -3

Hips: 41″     -3

Leg (R): 24″      -1

Calf (R): 15″     -0

Down: 12 pounds and 8 inches

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Arm-10 3/4

Chest- 38

Waist- 33 1/2

Hips- 38

Thigh- 22

Calf 13 ½


Neck: 13.75      -.25

Arm: 10.25      -.5

Chest: 37     -1

Waist: 31.25       -2.25

Hips: 36.75       -1.25

Thigh: 21.75      -.75

Calf: 13.25      -.25

Down:8lbs  and 6.25 inches

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Neck – 18.5


Arms- 18

Waist – 53

Hips – 58

Thighs – 30

Calves – 17.5


Neck – 17      -1.5

Chest -50      -3

Arm – 16     -2

Waist – 48     -5

Hips- 54     -4

Thy – 28     -2

Calves – 17.5    -0

Down: 17.5 Inches and 10 pounds

Tammy F


neck: 13″

arms: 12″

chest: 37″

waist: 34.5″

hips: 42.5″

thigh: 24.5″

calf: 13.25″



Weight:  (down 8 pounds)

Neck: 12.5 (down .5″)

Arms: 11.5 (down .5)

Chest: 34 (down 3″)

Waist: 32 (down 2.5)

Hips: 39 (down 3.5)

Thigh: 22.5 (down 2)

Calf: 13.25 (no change)

Total weight loss- 8 pounds

Total inches lost= 12

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Emily B

Measurements taken 9/16/2012
Neck: 13.5″
Arm: 13″
Chest: 44″
Waist: 40.5″
Hips: 46″
Thigh: 24″
Calf: 17.25″
Weight: 197 lbs.

Here’s my after #s for Paleo:
Neck: 13″     -.5
Arm 13″       -0
Cheat 42″      -2
Waist 39″      -1.5
Hip: 44″       -2
Thigh: 22″       -2
Calf: 17″       -.25
Weight: – 9 pounds
Total inches lost- 8.25″
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Neck = 14.5
Arm = 14.25
Chest = 42
Waist = 39
Hips = 49
Thigh = 28.5
Calf = 17

Neck = 14.5        -0
Arm = 13.25       -1
Chest = 40      -2
Waist = 38.5       -.5
Hips = 48       -1
Thigh = 27.25       -1
Calf = 16.50      -.5
Weight = -4.7 pounds
Total inches lost= 6″


Neck-13 1/16,
Chest- 38 3/4,
Arms 12 3/16,
Waist- 36 1/2,
Hips -42 3/8,
Thighs -23,
Calves 15…
Neck 12 3/4,       -.3125
Chest 37 3/4,     -1
Arms 11 3/4,        -.4375
Waist 35 1/2,     -1
Hips 42,            -.375
Thighs 20,      -3
Calves 14 1/2….     -.5
 (12 lb weight loss!!!!
Total inches lost= 6.625
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The Anvil Workout of the phase results

Awesome Job everybody!


Take a look at the record board here

Robbie B. 7 2/5
Monique O. 7 2/5
Natalie P. 5 3/5
Katie Y. 12.8   #1
Kristine M. 11.2   #2
Jackie S. 11    #3
Kara B. 10.6   #4
Stephanie I. 10    #5
Terri O. 9 3/5    #6
Kristina 9.4    #7
John F. 9.4     #7
Heahter C. 9.4    #7
Courtney Y. 9.2    #8
Katrina G. 9.2    #8
Becky T. 9.2    #8
Laurie D. 8.8     #9
Maureen G. 8.6    #10
Jen C. 8.4
Meredith G. 8.4
Evelyn 8.2
Pam F. 8.2
Sherry K. 8.2
Elisha 8.2
Amy B. 8.2
Lokesh M. 8.2
Leah A. 8.2
Lindsay 8
Trevor B. 8
Angie K. 8
Abby S. 8
Kim H. 8
Mary S. 8
Katie J. 7.6
Matt A. 7.6
Kim S. 7.6
Carla B. 7.4
Tanya M. 7.4
Trevor B. 7.4
Matt S. 7.4
Jen H. 7.2
Tina C. 7.2
Jan 7.2
Tina C. 7.2
Amanda A. 7.2
Carla B. 7.2
Sandy L. 7.2
Jennifer R. 7
Marla 7
Kelly L. 7
Juana 7
Giovanni 7
Maria L. 7
Kathryn H. 7
Ciera M. 6.8
Anonymous 6.6
Carla 6.4
Adam 6.4
Meliisa L. 6.2
Brooke M. 6.2
Alex M. 6
Robin B. 6
Silvia R. 6
Stacie C. 6
Lindsay D. 6
Stephanie A. 6
Catherine G. 5.5
Therase H. 5.4
Brittany M. 5
Shellie W. 5
Kimberly G. 4

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