Resolutionist


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Res`o`lu´tion`ist


n.1.One who makes a resolution.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Orange County, CA, October 30, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Each year, fitness fanatics set new goals and seek the latest way to burn fat and "get into the routine." The developer of TACTIX wants his workout to be popular for New Year's Resolutionist. TACTIX claims to be a balanced combination of modern martial arts, fitness boot camp intensity, sports conditioning body weight exercises, dynamic flexibility and practical self-defense.
* Board Certified Alternative Dispute Resolutionist: must never have tried any case to verdict; during the most recent five years, must have participated in at least 30 arbitrations, meditations and/or settlement conferences, and must have agreed to the continuance of at least 10 trial dates and, within the last five years, must have completed at least 50 hours of CLE devoted to the topic of ADR ("Anything to Delay Resolution").
Lapsed new year resolutionists needing another shot of inspiration, as well as anyone else unsure about whether they too should don their trainers, should read Dare To Tri, Louise Minchin's thoroughly engaging tale of how a forty-something woman went from a television studio's comfy sofa to representing her country in the triathlon.