A lot of gyms today offer 24 hour access which is great for shift workers but can be a personal safety risk. All gym’s do everything in their power to keep you safe but here are some tips to reduce your risk even greater.1. Trust your gut. If there someone else in the facility that gives you an uneasy feeling trust it.2. Keep the volume down on your music, keep it low enough so you can hear what is going on around you.3. Just because someone has a key does not mean they belong there.
Posted by Jim Just @ Tuesday, June 12, 2012 @ 11:16am
Don’t be concerned with the “how,” focus specifically on what it is you want to achieve, and why you really want to achieve it. When you are focused clearly on a specific objective, and when you know why you wish to achieve it, you will surely be able to come up with the “how”. Just get started now and the “how” works itself out along the way.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Tuesday, June 12, 2012 @ 06:20am
5.30 a.m. - cereal with milk, banana with peanut butter sandwich, 2 glass of water.7.30 - 8.30 - run.Today I run with companion. My companion was young lady, she moved recently in this area and was glad to found somebody to run ( she afraid to run in unfamiliar place alone).It was difficult exercise for me today, because of the talking. But it was very beneficial - it made possible for me measured the volume and intensity of training.
Here are 4 important things I have learned so far on this contest prep journey…..1) Foam rollers, yoga, massage, are all good tools to use. With the amount of training I am doing, cardio in the morning 6 days a week twice a day, and strength workouts 5 evenings a week, I have to be aware of over training. Stretching and massaging the sore muscles are vital and very rewarding.
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Posted by CrossCore @ Monday, June 11, 2012 @ 05:22am
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Posted by Jim Just @ Sunday, June 10, 2012 @ 15:14pm
It’s interesting to watch beavers dam a creek. Gradually over time water forces its way through another avenue. Eroding and changing, finding the path of least resistance. It’s funny, but the same exact phenomenon occurs within our bodies.
Posted by Beth Harris @ Sunday, June 10, 2012 @ 05:44am