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Cape Gazette Is losing weight more difficl]lt for women? pie, I'd love to know your opin- ion on this issue. - Kim KJM- There's no doubt women try- ing to get in shape will face greater challenges than men. Here are some reasons why I feel women are at a disadvan- tage: y husband and I constantly debate whether women have a genetic dis- advantage when it comes to los- ingweight ......... He says women lack willpow- er, while I argue women have physical differences that make weight loss harder. We are both aware that men have more mus- cle that helps boost metabolism, but tre must   }me ght loss else that makeg x fi, problematic for women. Since you work with all kinds of pep- Womm Im I,tter tasle That's right; studies prove women have more taste buds than men, making sweets and other treats harder to resist. Over the years I've had the privilege to observe this first- hand. i Men seem to be able to followl any eating regimen as long as it',. fast and eas while women have o be much more cxeative tO plan meals that are healthy and good tasting to assure success. Autism, running great guy U.S. Postal Service in Georgetown He also runs in masters track and field meets, where he has run 4:40 for the mile and 2:10 for the 800 meters. Pete prefers the track for training, averaging sx miles per workout, except for the long day on the road that covers from 8 to 12 miles. ure he 5K for women at the LDAF Race for Autism Sunday, April 11. Michelle, 24, will be around this su miner and plans to compete in some local races as long as she kee os her boyfriend with a Rehoboth summer address. SPORTS & OUTDOORS Honnmes Women have a variety of dif- ferent hormones that make them more emotional than men. Emotion is a natural trigger for binge eating and can wreak hav- oc on any sensible diet. Anyone who has ever been under an ex- treme amount of stress can re- late to this concept. The best explanation rye ever heard de- tailing the emotional differences between men and women was by Dr. Louann Brizendine, who said: "Women have an eighblane superhighway for processing emotion, while men have a small country road;' On stress- ful days that eight-lane highway can lead to a lot of ice cream. It's not always the pregnancy itself that makes women more likely to gain weight. The po- tential for women to get preg- nant also contributes to the problem. Women naturally car- ry 20 percent more body fat than their male counterparts, have larger fat cells and carry weight in difficult areas such as the hips and thighs to prepare them to bear children, thus mak- Earlier this season Mb.g became a finisher,.the da&erqn-the- heart gunner, a player to rescue victory from the jaws of maybe. At Sts. Peter and Paul in Easton, Md. Tuesday, April 13. Bartley scored the game-winnerwith seconds remaining in a 12-11 Cape victory. Meg had scored the game-winner at Seton Keough Saturday, April 10, in a 13-12 win. Before that, sfi fi home six goals in a win over Caesar Rodney. Meg doesn't seek the spotlight, but if the moment matters she is all about it! FRII ing weight gain a fact of femak life. lndt women are less aggressive than men, because they have lower testosterone levels. Be- came of this, they are less likel to push themselves into new levels of intensity and more lik ly to perfect form and guard against injury. Since progress requires con- stanfly giving the body new challenges, women sometimes get caught in a rut and make lit tie to no progress. Add in the fact that women' have less muscle mass than meJ making it even more difficult to urn fat, and you can see why many women fred losing weigh frustrating. However, there is no need to be discouraged. Half the battle is knowing how the body works and then making a workout that will even the playing field and give women a greater chance of success. Chris Antonio is a personal trainer and former world-class weightlifter. Visit for training tips, new and inspirational stories; email questions tc at the LDAF Run for Auti ,sn, runnrng a respectable 1:t8. I was using this as a training run for the upcoming Delaware Marathon/' said Corsini. He has run a marathon in the range of 2:46. "1 did marathon trainirlg on my own at Providence beca use they imported too many Irish runners and I couldn't make the team," Corsini said with a smile. He beat 207 half marathoners to the finish line. )AY, APRIL 16 -JCDAY, APIIJL 19, 2010 91 Ray Blackwell runs the curve. People Continued from page 90 talked to me after Wednesday night's game about what it means to be a part of the Cape community. We all got a sense of our counectedness because one of our families was in trouble, so we all circled around and em- braced each other with them in the middle. "It took me a few years, but now I'm part of it," Mark said. "It really is just in- credible, I don't think there is an- other place anywhere like here." I am out like a waterspout! Go on now, git! Briefly )) Richard Petty to visit the Monster Mile Just days before being induct- ed into the inaugural class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Richard Petty will be a special guest of a hosted question-and-answer ses- sion in the Monster Mile Club at Dover International Speedway Sunday, May 16. Denny Hamlin, driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota, is also scheduled to make an ap- pearance in. the club. The Mon- steMile , an all-inclusive hospitality option, is available for $99 and can be added on to any Sunday race ticket. "The King," owner of Richard Petty Motorsp0rts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, has been involved in the sport for over 45 years and has been a pop- ular figure at Dover ever since winning the inaugural event in 1969. Tied with Bobby Allison for most wins at Dover with seven, Petty was honored with a mar- quee plaque on the Monster Monument at Victory Plaza, pre- sented by AAA, in September 2008. The Monster Mile Club opens at 8 a.m., May 16 ,with a continen- tal breakfast. Trackside tours be- gin at 8:30 a.m. and the hosted question-and-answer session with Petty and Hamlin will fol- low later in the morning. Admission to the Monster Mile Club costs $99 and can be added to any May 16 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race ticket by calling the Dover ticket office at 800-441-RACE or by visiting doverspeedway.conx