Obstacle of Time We all have very busy lifestyle what with family, career, social and personal obligations. So time is the #1 obstacle to getting fit, practicing good nutrition habits and living a healthy lifestyle….. not just for you, but for everyone.
Some of the best bodies have some or all weight training involved in their sculpting.However, I have also found that if your pure weight training program is stagnant. Then try adding an alternate exercise or two. This will more than likely enhance your training experience. I mean even Arnold Schwarzenegger swam after weight training.
I have posted my Zumba Class Playlist on iTunes. Here's how to find it:1. Go to iTunes (main website). Download iTunes if you don't already have it installed on your computer. Or from iTunes on your computer, click the link to the iTunes Store.2. Click the Music tab.3. In the Search field type: Mary's Zumba. I have 4 playlists available. Zumba-Palooza 1; Zumba-Palooza 2; Zumba Jingle Bell Jam; Zumba-Palooza 3You can purchase the songs individually or as an album. Feel free to write a comment.
Urban Boot Camp has hit the 1/2 way mark and the participants progress in such a short time is amazing! Recruits are moving forward in respect to the physical aspects of the program. Today I witnessed mental fortitude as well!!!
I just realized this morning I forgot about this website! Well I hope all are getting outside and enjoying the spring weather. I have my surgery on June 15th and knee seems fine but I have not done Zumba since the end of March. Running is still fine. I have a walking race next week, which I have never done before-just a 5K but the change will be good.
We all have heard about the so-called French paradox: it is claimed that the French have all that good food, drink plenty of wine, and yet obesity does not appear to be a problem in France. Greater minds than mine have tried to figure that one out. However, I have just spent a few days in Paris and have my own observations to add to the debate. Indeed, I rarely saw an overweight person as I was meandering the streets and museums and eating at restaurants (except for the tourists).