Big, Bear, and Healthy!
Bear runs can bring out some the most fun, erotic experiences our culture has to offer, celebrating big, beautiful men in our natural bodies & the pleasures they can bring. Bear runs can also reinforce poor habits & leave us sleep-deprived, hung over, & overstuffed (& not in the good way!). “Big, Bear, and Healthy” is a workshop that focuses on identifying strong, realistic habits, dispelling fitness & nutrition myths, & defining the middle-ground between accountability & living your life. Guaranteed: you will get 1% better by the end of this workshop.
JUSTIN BIRDSONG is overjoyed to be joining Bear Your Soul (FOR BOOKING AND INFORMATION GO TO : www.eastonmountain.org/bear-2014) as a co-host and producer, having called Easton his home-away-from-home since last year’s Bear Your Soul. He is not a personal trainer nor a medical professional. He’s just a man like you, who’s spent his entire life struggling with his weight and learning to appreciate his body for its natural qualities, while also seeking strong choices and habits that pave the way to physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Justin is a client of Game 7 Fitness in Mt. Laurel, NJ and the staff Web Wizard for Mark Fisher Fitness in NYC. In his real life, he is a professional bleeding heart for a nonprofit in Philadelphia, as well as a former opera singer, forensic anthropology enthusiast, and aspiring merman.
Join Justin, Freddy Freeman, Kendall Kelly, Martin Swinger, Xavier Shadowdancer, and 50 hot men of all shapes and sizes for Bear Your Soul - More Than Your Average Bear Run! at Easton Mountain Retreat Jan 31 - Feb 2nd. Bear Your Soul is a unique event starting that combines the fun of a bear run with personal growth workshops with experienced facilitators, allowing you a chance to expand and to connect more deeply with the other men in the group. (Rates for Bear Your Soul include all of the workshops, concerts, dance, home-cooked meals, and accommodations).
FOR BOOKING AND INFORMATION GO TO : www.eastonmountain.org/bear-2014
For more information on being a Healthy Bear, check out the blog of Dr. George Forgan Smith!