I didn't know what to write about for my first blog post, and I've thought thousands of times, "I really need to start a blog."That's the type of person I am. I have plenty of thoughts, but I never put them down on paper and really analyze them. I always had dreams of writing down my thoughts to share, but it becomes difficult when you don't really know where to begin with your thoughts.
Humpty Dumpty Had A Great Fall!
So, I'll bet you're wondering what I'm talking about, right? Now that I have your attention, let's talk about goals; and, our ability to successfully achieve them. How do we go about doing so?
Well, honestly speaking, if I am not very specific when establishing a goal, I risk becoming a jack of all trades, and master of none! Now, I know there are many multi taskers out there who can easily juggle many tasks at once, but, unfortunately, I have yet to acquire this skill. Frankly speaking, I admire and applaud these folks.
I am now officially married! YAY! the stress of planning that big day is DONE and now I can move forward in life with a great husband!On top of that, I earned my certified diploma in Nutrition and am currently working on an Advanced Diploma for Nutrition with my sights set on then getting the Sports Nutrition Diploma!And lastly, I am working on developing a runners safety clinic, a 1 day lecture based on information from local police that will allow a runner/jogger to be as safe as possible while running throughout their city!
Trying to lose weight? Josh Anderson, owner of Always Active Athletics asked me to share some not-well known tips to help you lose weight and keep it off! These are beyond the generic advice of eat less, exercise more and limiting your sugar intake. Click the HERE to read the full article.
Posted by Denise Lee @ Monday, July 13, 2015 @ 10:15am
The time that is spent by parent with their children is one of the most important for the development of the child as we as increasing the bonding ties between the two. Exercising for kids has also been cited as one of the most essential art in their overall growth. This is especially so when the time that is sent during the exercises is shared between the parent and the child.
When we think of modifications it is often from a specific point of view.... “I have something going on that makes my usual practice/workout painful or inaccessible, so how do I work around it”. When a trainer or instructor first learns how to teach or train they generally will learn about common conditions and how they effect the body, and specific ways to 'modify' to those conditions. This is all very helpful.
While moving homes can be overwhelming at times, it can be extremelly invigorating to clear out the old and streamline one's life. In the midst of my move, I had an experience which inspired great joy. Yesterday, as I donated a truck load of furniture to Grace Hopper School, I was ignited by the glowing joy of the gentlemen coming to recieve my items. I was equally elated by a sense of lightness, and freedom as I bid my things good bye. It is easy to accumulate things, and to be unaware of how they weigh upon us psychologically as well as physically.