Hey everyone, this is my first Blogging attempt! I will do my best to stay up on this and I would love your feedback. I will post what's up at Nspired Fitness Studio (NFS) and keep you updated. I would like this to be a place where we can have fun and discuss current diet, workout trends. I would be happy to answer any fitness question you might have. If you can think of something you would like me to highlight, feel free to shoot me a message. I would love to have you join one of my current classes and/or let me know of another class you would be interested in.
Posted by Dawn Fleer @ Thursday, February 03, 2011 @ 12:31pm
Still want to exercise even though there are no Group Fitness classes today at DePaul?Put your shovel away for 15 minutes and keep your fitness routine on track! No equipment needed!If you want a 30 minute routine, repeat the entire sequence. Hat, scarf and gloves not required :)*Make sure to warm-up with marching or similar cardio activity for 3-5 minutes then stretch before beginning
www.meganmerchant.comYou may be having trouble finding time to exercise much less hire and
pay for sessions with a trainer at a different location. Here are tips
to help you progress while working out on your own:
This is a question that I've been recently pondering over and over in my head. Yesterday (Feb 2nd, 2011), I took the morning and early afternoon off from my career as a personal trainer. This eliminated 7-8 clients or sessions and left with me with one in the mid to late afternoon. Let me tell you: this left me feeling very energized and refreshed.
When you were a kid, and you got on a bicycle, did you just ride off into the sunset or did you have to learn step by step?
When you started a new job, did you know all the details of how to do your job well or would you say that today you are more proficient?
In both these cases, did you learn something?We all learn every day.And reaching your goals is just that.
Learning how to get there.Here are the questions to ask yourself:
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