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The new wellness program co-hosted by A.J. & Jane, started out online and at events like Fashion Week in New York City in 2013, with plans to hit TV by 2015. This power couple lives out a wellness oriented lifestyle and empowers others to do the same. Get involved! CLICK HERE to join the Facebook Fan Page.
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The TV show raised more than $250,000 in cash, products and services for dozens of charities and inspired more than 300 people to get up off the couch and do something to help others in the Baltimore area in 2011.
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Well, I was right. He's back in the hunt for Majors. When
Tiger Woods stated on December 11, 2009 that he was taking an indefinite leave
from competitive golf, the first thing I said was "in other words, the
next time we'll see Tiger play will be at The Masters -- the next Major."
Tiger announced today that he still has a lot of work to do in his personal
life, but he'll make his return back to golf at The Masters. "The Masters
is where I won my first major and I view this tournament with great respect.
After a long and necessary time away from the game, I feel like I'm ready to
start my season at Augusta," said Woods. "I have undergone almost two
months of inpatient therapy and I am continuing my treatment," Woods said
in his statement. "Although I'm returning to competition, I still have a
lot of work to do in my personal life." In other words, getting his life
together is important to him, but winning majors ranks at least a very close
second. If his world had unraveled three weeks ago instead of three months ago,
I think we'd still be seeing him tee it up at golf's grandest stage April 8-11.
Augusta is the best possible place for Tiger to return. It gives him a chance
to put another notch in his "majors" belt, but it also provides the
safest, most controlled atmosphere anywhere in golf for him to return to
competitive play. There's little doubt that if he were to return anywhere else,
the distraction factor would be magnified 100-fold. Can you imagine Tiger
making his return at the Tour's funfest in Arizona, where more beer is consumed
there than at a Nascar race and more sunscreen is applied to sunbathing
beauties than at spring break? At Augusta, people are generally too afraid of having
their badge privileges revoked forever for them to act out in over the top
displays of disaffection. Even so, I'm sure Steve is going to have his work cut
out for him and his patience will be tested more than once by a rogue fan or a
trigger-happy photographer. "The major championships have always been a
special focus in my career and, as a professional, I think Augusta is where I
need to be, even though it's been a while since I last played," said
Woods. He's back. And for golf's sake, that's a good thing. For him and his
family's sake, I hope he continues to work on his life as much as he'll be
working on his short game in the coming weeks leading up to his return. For
Tiger, like all of us, it's important for him to "keep the main thing the
main thing." He's going to have to choose what his "main thing"
really is, and then commit to it like he commits to an approach shot at Amen
Corner -- with everything he's got. Welcome back, Tiger. I'm rooting for you to
win in life -- and hopefully The Masters too.