Do you feel stagnated, not moving forward? Even if you do dutifully put in your gym time every Mon, Wed and Fri, and on the alternating days, you take that hike?Maybe you need something more challenging?Isn’t the fitness all about non-stagnation? What can you do next?What do you want to do which you have not done yet?Going out of our comfort zone, anyone?
I was recently asked to do something that is completley outside of my comfort zone. My initial reaction was NO, I can't possibly do that! Then I took a deep breath and thought, why not? It will take a lot of effort but it really sounds like something you would enjoy. So I went for it.
As we get older we may come to realize that we don’t bounce back or recover as quickly from an injury, or that the ‘spring in our step’ is not there any longer. Regular exercise definitely has a lot to do with how fast we recover, how vital we feel, and how we perform all those daily tasks and recreational activities. Just like financial planning for retirement, planning for a strong healthy body that can pull us through old age, living independent with a high quality of life also takes planning. And we need to be SMART about it.
“IO”Information overload. “IO” doesn’t discriminate. I have seen it with kids, young adults, seniors, you name it. Sometimes, putting a workout plan together for myself or someone else, I see so much information, that it almost becomes difficult. Therefore, since all of you have enough on your minds, I am going to keep it simple!Here are a couple of basic workouts that you can do in a short time, with little equipment.Got 20?
It seems that everywhere you look these days, there is an abundance of fitness merchandise boasting their necessity; however, how do you know what equipment you actually need? Obviously you only want to invest in products that will actually improve exercise performance, but how can you know what is necessary and what is superfluous?