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Letters To the editor

From the Readers

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am reading the new issue of Austin Fit. I finished the awesome Ricky Williams article… kudos! Then, I read the Sports Psychology article [“So, What is Sports Psychology? A brief introduction to this beneficial fitness field”], which has been on my mind, and coincidentally, it says to contact you with questions. I have been looking for a female sports psychologist for my daughter and have only found male ones in Austin. Do you know of any that you would recommend? —name withheld for privacy

We turned this question over to the author of the article for a response: There are no female sports psychologists in Austin, to my knowledge. However, I have used Susan Ansorge, Ph.D. (512-797-3654), as a referral resource in the past for issues that go beyond strictly sports psychology (such as social anxiety, depression, social issues, etc.). Hope this helps! —Dr. Tim Zeddies

Call for Submissions

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ovember is the AFM “Food” issue. We’d like to hear from all of our fabulous readers who are also home cooks; please send us your favorite recipes. There are three categories, and you can choose one or submit in all:

Workout Goodies (pre- or post-meal snacks, race nutrition, and so forth) Healthy Remakes (your “fitter” version of a family favorite) Desserts without Guilt (just what it sounds like)

Submissions should be sent to ReaderRecipes@austinfitmagazine.com. In your email, put “Reader Recipe Submission” in the message line, include your contact information (name, email, preferred phone number) in the message body, and attach a Word document with your recipe text. Be sure to title your recipe and give the category from the list above that it fits; please send separate submissions for each recipe (limit three). We’ll be selecting the best to run as Web exclusive content on austinfitmagazine.com throughout the month of November. Deadline is October 21, 2013.

How Do You #KeepAustinFit?

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e want you to show us! Tag AFM in your social media post with @AustinFit or #KeepAustinFit and you could be featured in the magazine. This month, @ashduranduran keeps Austin fit while zip-lining across Lake Travis.

What we're looking for.

Show us how you keep Austin fit by capturing yourself doing a handstand at a historical Austin landmark, SUPing around Lady Bird Lake, or working out with your children when you find time around the house. We look forward to seeing what you can do! The best photos will be included here in the Letters to the Editor page. facebook.com/austinfitmagazine twitter.com/austinfit instagram.com/austinfit pinterest.com/austinfitmag youtube.com/austinfitmagazine

AFM wants to hear from you! Letters should be addressed to Letters to the Editor, AFM, 2201 N. Lamar Blvd., Suite 220, Austin, TX, 78705. Email address is leah@austinfitmagazine.com. All letters should include the writer’s name, address (email included), and daytime phone number. We are unable to acknowledge or return unpublished letters. Letters may be edited for length and clarity. 16 | au stinfI tmagazi ne.com | 1 0. 20 1 3

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