I ran 3.4 miles this morning in Fort Myers Florida..tough to adjust to the warmth from 20 degrees in Vermont! Gradually acclimate yourself to the weather if you plan to go out and exercise intensely, especially in the middle of the day...I went out at 6 AM so it was about 65, but still if you are not used to the temps take it easy for a couple of days to get used to the weather!
Answer: That’s an interesting question and one that’s harder to answer than you might realize. Put it this way—I think the optimal “diet” is one that accomplishes these three goals: It gets you to your desired weight, assuming you have one;It promotes health and helps to stave off chronic disease; andIt is sustainable for the long-term.
This month I started writing articles that will be posted on livestrong.com and eHow.com. I'll post links to the articles here as well as my facebook page. Enjoy!http://www.livestrong.com/article/419560-the-percentage-of-people-who-succeed-in-losing-keeping-off-weight/ http://www.livestrong.com/article/405101-does-a-personal-trainer-help/
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
Ralph Waldo EmersonEnthusiasm can be so contagious! That is what I love about group exercise. You can feed off of each other (instructors but also fellow participants) for motivation, challenge, determination, and yes enthusiasm. I've experienced two examples in my own classes over the past months.
Posted by Lyndsie Un @ Wednesday, April 13, 2011 @ 13:11pm
On April 12, Deepak Chopra, MD, spoke to a sold-out audience in downtown Flint, Michigan. The title of his presentation was "Healing Transformation & Higher Consciousness." This was the first opportunity I've had to listen to one of Dr. Chopra's lectures, so I wasn't sure what to expect. What he provided was a unique view of health from both a medical and holistic perspective.
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Great news: The CSD is looking into adding a new low impact class to Monday nights. It would be more of low impact step/conditioning class, like before. All fitness levels encouraged. > *Time: 5:00pm -5:50pm – approx 50 minute class> *Program Design: 20-30 minutes cardio (step) with conditioning (weights, bands and bars) followed by a 15 minute core (abs) workout.
A complex illness affecting multiple systems of the body, in particular, the nervous and immune system. CFS or Chronic fatigue syndrome has many symptoms including extreme exhaustion, aching muscles, joint pain, headache, dysfunctional sleep, and flu-like feelings. Recovery can take years if at not at all, most people suffer relapses throughout their lives. There is no known cause CFS.
Since I am tracking everyone's training stress and workout completion, I thought it appropriate to identify those Balanced Training Solution Athletes who have really been executing their workouts and reaching their TSS goals week in and week out. I might add that these athletes push it hard during their "on" weeks and are sure to hold back and not surpass their TSS goals on their easy "recovery" weeks. Congratulations to:
Posted by Peter Simon @ Wednesday, April 13, 2011 @ 10:41am