Ok, here is where I am at, between my group training and personal sessions a thought came up. How close am I to being a hamster in a wheel? Being busy is overated, it does not mean you have a sense of job security or increased wealth. Maybe I am overworked, lacking priorities in my daily planning or none of the above. But I do know this, I cannot afford to take on another project like being in a wheel!!!
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Monday, July 16, 2012 @ 13:02pm
My Story So today I turn 44; I don’t know how I feel about that exactly. I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t a bit difficult to swallow. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t feel like I’m 44, nor do I think I look 44 or even act 44, unless I’m supposed to; there is just something about that number being so close to….. 45!
Do a good warm up and 45 minutes of cardio first, then do:Bent Leg Raises1. Lie on your back with your hands behind your head or under your hips.2. Extend the left leg and bend your right and have it raised.3. Slowly raise the lower right leg till almost stright.4. Pause 1-2 seconds.5. Lower the right leg to start position.6. Do 12 repetitions, then repeat on other leg.( should be like a one legged bicycle movement ) Sitting Leg Raises1. Sit on floor or mat with your legs apart & straight out.
Posted by No Name @ Monday, July 16, 2012 @ 09:24am
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Posted by CrossCore @ Monday, July 16, 2012 @ 08:11am
# 1 Philosophy - "a few simple disciplines practiced every day =success"
# 2 Attitude - "How do you feel about the world around you."
# 3 Activity - "Do what you can and do the best you can"
# 4 Results - "Measure and practice the good life!"
- Jim Rohn
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Monday, July 16, 2012 @ 08:02am
There are three major body systems that contribute to maintaining balance and mobility. The first system is the motor system, which includes our neural, muscular and skeletal systems, and which helps us move our body.Copyright 2012, K-FitPro
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Posted by CrossCore @ Monday, July 16, 2012 @ 05:38am
I just read an article on how much sugar there is in soda, energy drinks and others. PLEASE check the sugar content before you drink it. Water has zero sugars and helps cleanse your body! Remember to think before you drink.