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Happy New Year!

The start of the new year is the perfect time to refocus on your health and fitness goals. We kicked off January with our accountability challenge and hope it helped you view setting "resolutions" in a different and easier way. Everyone did great and we hope you continue to build your checklist!

The process we took you through to work on changing habits, one at a time, is just a piece of our Personal Accountability Program. What if you could also focus on mindset and accountability? Having a structured program with deadlines and milestones can help keep you on track to reach your goals. We are here to help you make 2023 your best year yet!

Upcoming Events:

February 11th - Valentine's Name That Tune "Love" Workout with guest host Bob DoPlanks

March 11th - St. Patrick's Day Parade Run
Registration – St. Patrick's Day Parade Run (

March 18th - Pulse St. Patty's Scavenger Hunt
Scavenger Hunt | Mysite 1 (

April 2nd - GO! St. Louis Marathon, 1/2 Marathon or 10K
Marathon Weekend 2023 — GO! St. Louis ( 

Thank you!

A big THANK YOU to our Pulse family and guests who took part in our Ugly Christmas Sweater Mystery Run/Walk event! We had a great time and collected a ton of donations for the Highland Food Pantry.


Client Spotlight:

Congratulations to our February spotlight client, Kimberly Walker! Here's a note from her trainer, Jeff:

Kim has been a member at Pulse for over a year and since she has started, she has really made her gym workouts and running a priority in her life. She rarely misses a workout and never misses a training run! It is great working with Kim and discussing what run she plans next on her journey to try and run a half marathon in all 50 states! She is also going to push herself even farther later this year by attempting to run a full marathon. I have no doubt she will be successful in whatever she sets out to do!

Kimberly's story:

A year ago, I decided I wanted to try and run the Quad Keyah Four Corners half marathon event. The event takes place at the four corners monument where Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado meet. The event is to run a half marathon in each of the 4 states in 4 days. I thought it would be fun and a way to push my limits. I have always enjoyed running, it has helped me find peace even in the worst of times. When I run, I’m able to let myself go and enjoy my surroundings.

Throughout the 10 months I prepared for the Four Corners I had several struggles come up that I had to push through. I had sinus surgery and a hip and rib issue I had to train through. I realized after that those struggles helped prepare me for the event. I had my doubts that I would be able to finish all four races. I tried to not let the doubt stay for long and remembered that my body can do anything the mind will allow. If you think you can, you will be able to.

The event was wonderful, and all the runners and event staff were very supportive. Even though we didn’t know each other to start at the end of the races there were several friendships made. At the beginning of the first race the announcer asked who was going to the win the event? I was a little surprised when no one said anything, after a few moments one of the runners yelled “we all will win.” I really feel that was the case, we all won in the end.


Josh's Recipe Recommendations:

Here are three chili recipes, all very different and tasty. The perfect meal for those chilly winter nights!

Smoky Black Bean Turkey Chili - The Café Sucre Farine ( 

Healthy White Chicken Chili (Crock Pot or Stove) - 

Texas Chili {Perfect for a Crowd} - Spend With Pennies 

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