Recently, an injured shoulder has forced me to make my workouts less intense and has also meant I'm restricted in day-to-day movements. No doubt this means I'm currently expending less energy than I usually would be, which puts my balance of energy intake vs expenditure, at risk.My solution to maintaining control has been to track calories and, a bit more losely, macro-nutritents.
Thank YOU, thank you, thank you!!!As most of you know this has been a trying time due to my foot surgery....BUT, you have so rissen to the call for me.You have taught classes for me and brought me lots and lots of good food!!You have called and checked on me and just been there for anything I needed and I can't say thanks enough!So THANKS!!!!Finally starting back and it feels GREAT!!
Posted by Nan Klater @ Wednesday, June 29, 2016 @ 06:58am
Does dancing really help you to lose weight? Yes, it does! Dancing for exercise increases stamina and cardio. It's a fun way to shed a few pounds and learn some new moves at the same time. There are plenty of dance videos that are excellent for building a better body.
Posted by Karen Cole @ Wednesday, June 29, 2016 @ 01:01am
This week I've been busy doing intakes for our upcoming Livestrong Cancer Survivor Group Training Program at the YMCA. The small group training program meets twice a week for 12-weeks to help the participants design an individualized plan to improve strength, energy, and wellness.As part of the intake process, I am humbled by the opportunity to have each person share with me their story and what their goals are for the program.