escapism


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escapism

(ĭ-skā′pĭz′əm)
n.
The tendency to escape from daily reality or routine by indulging in daydreaming, fantasy, or entertainment.

Patient discussion about escapism

Q. How can I benefit from hiring a personal trainer so that I can’t escape the schedule? I am interested in improving my health for which I am trying for the past few years but now I took steps to fulfill that. How can I benefit from hiring a personal trainer so that I can’t escape the schedule?

A. You didn’t mention your age. Whatever your age might be there are numerous ways you can benefit from utilizing a trainer. A personal trainer can help pinpoint the specific goals that are important to you. CFR trainers can make sure you reach these goals through a personalized fitness program. Therefore, you know what direction you are taking, instead of being uncertain and taking a risk with your results.

Here are some of the benefits you can expect when working with a fitness coach:

• Weight Loss
• Increased Endurance
• Increased Definition (Toning)
• Improve Muscle Imbalances
• Increased Flexibility
• Decreased Risk of Injury
• Improved Coordination & Balance
• Increased Metabolism
• Increased Knowledge
• Build Larger muscles (Bodybuilding)
• Improved Overall Health
• Guaranteed Fitness and Results!
• Increased Strength
• Decreased Body Fat
• Improved Posture
• Strengthen Lower Back
• Increased Bone Density
• Decreased Risk Of Diseases

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Without its roots in reality, I don't think escapism can survive.
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This light read will please anyone looking for a little escapism.
Jack MacKenzie, senior VP of Frank Magid Associates, says period pieces often serve as escapism for people who want to recapture an earlier time in their lives.
Drugs surely played a constitutive part in its genesis, but if LSD is posited as the essence of an art form, the latter is reduced to a kind of religious art--exactly the reason why the art system overruled psychedelic art as being a form of escapism in the first place.
NOW THAT I'VE RETIRED FROM BALLET, I OFTEN LOOK BACK AT MY CAREER AND WONDER IF DANCE OR ANY OTHER PERFORMING ART BECOMES ESCAPISM FROM THE REALITY OF ONE'S LIFE.
Miracle is harmless escapism for sports fans, the story of the remarkable victory of the U.
Its report, Youth in Central Asia: Losing the New Generation, ICG says the struggling economies and crisis-riddled education systems that have suffered since post-Soviet independence have left young people with few job prospects and little hope, a state of affairs that has left an opening for escapism through drug use, crime or membership in radical Islamist or Christian groups.
Until then, however, Latin America's traditional TV viewers will have to stick to ordinary programming schedules or head out to the theaters for a hit of celluloid escapism.
When the temperature rises and the world slows down a little, we permit ourselves to indulge in escapism.
A contemplation which is not escapism but sees God in everything, God in the midst, God in the mess, God in the mystery of transformation.