Show up. Do the work. Repeat. You win by showing up 100% and going the distance for YOUR individual "marathons". Whatever they may be.
Exercise is the equivalent of a mind calming drug I can't afford to miss a dose of, so for me, the earlier in the day the better. That said, I believe biorhythms and other individual variants determine each person's optimal time frame for peak performance. That's why paying attention to what your body is telling and... Continue Reading →
Let's say you've been led to move your body daily, hoping to drop some weight in the process. After reading positive research about the benefits of walking you decide that along with making healthier food choices, you'll start logging in those 10,000 steps quoted in a study you've read deemed to be a reasonable amount for a... Continue Reading →
Juicy J is not alone- there are times when we all would like to hit it and quit it. Obviously, who wouldn't? Life has shown me that I'm not the only one who would like to do what I want to do when I want to do it, get the results I desire with whatever... Continue Reading →
I may have mentioned more than once that I am challenged by my impatience. When I get something that I am sure can help others, I want them to get it too. I want them to get it yesterday in fact. I realize that this is not only unrealistic but also unfair. It has been laid on my heart LOUDLY... Continue Reading →
The push-up, with its multi-faceted muscle toning benefits, should become your best buddy. It's not a new move, by any means, but many beginning-to-intermediate exercisers avoid it due to a misguided belief that they "can't do them". BZZZZZZZZZ...sorry, I'm going to need a judge's ruling on that: YES.YOU. CAN. It is simply a matter of learning the technique and... Continue Reading →