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  1. Robin Bookwalter says

    Jessisca, You have an amazing gift, and reading your blog this evening has been a huge gift to me as well as an answer to my prayers today. The March 10 True Story about your friend moving back into a new apartment after leaving everything behind had incredible meaning to me. The foggy verses in the mirror told ME that God is by my side as well, so thanks for sharing that incredible story!! I was blown away! I sat down and ate an apple while I devoured your posts! I can’t wait for more! Thanks for following your passion. You will touch many people, including me!

    -Robin

    • says

      Robin, Thank you so much for your kind words! It’s funny receiving your message, as today is my mirror-story-friend’s birthday :) She’ll be so happy to hear her story touched you! :) Looking forward to talking more! All the best, Jessica :)

  2. Laura says

    Hello Jessica,
    I have studying for the NASM in super intense mode and just when I think I’m ready I take another test and I struggle in breaking down the questions so I can answer without hesitation. Are the questions on the test direct and simple to understand? or do they make it difficult using word games and such?
    Thanks for your feedback,
    Laura

    • says

      Hi Laura,

      You definitely need to take your time reading each question. I didn’t notice a lot of difficult word play, but sometimes a question would ask which option would not be the correct answer – which can throw you off if you’re going too quickly. Also, your practice questions may focus on asking, for example, which muscle is the antagonist during a certain exercise, while on the test a similiar question might identify the same exercise but want to know which muscle is the synergist. My advice would be: don’t worry about answering with speed, just focus on picking the right answer :)

      Best of Luck!!

      Jessica

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