I have a client that routinely gets up at 3.30 in the morning and runs on his treadmill and goes back to sleep. I suspect he eats late causing excess energy. It takes more time to break down food at night and this affects a persons sleep. What do you all think about working out at night?
I find the health care debate in this country frustrating. It always seems we are debating the wrong points and once again getting caught up in partisan politics. After the historic Supreme Court ruling yesterday where Obama's Affordable Care Act was found to be constitutional, I am again left frustrated with the national conversation. Remember the ruling was to decide if the provisions were constitutional, not to decide whether they were good public policy.
To say that I'm frustrated by how slow I seem to be recovering from this injury is an understatement. I haven't run in 6 weeks and I haven't had a hard bike ride in over two weeks. I've consistently gone to PT and still my recovery seems to be slow. I can still feel the pull of my adductors as they cross the knee. I still have pain at the pes anserine. Although the pain has disipated when I perform squats or lunges, I can still feel it when I walk at times or when applying pressure along the insertion points of the adductors.
What is everyone's views on those people that accumulate plates at the gym? Or your gym has limited dumbbells they want to have six or more at once an claim that their using all the weights? How would you approach this situation without coming off s a wimp and not getting management involved? Tater telling is only for extreme cases because you risk looking like a wimp. What is the best approach? Just grab the weights and act as If you did no know they were using it? Or tell the person how many can you use at once? Or just being polite and saying I will be done quick?
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1 p.m. - lunch, diluted juice, banana.2.45 - weightened myself - 170 pounds.Diluted juice, salty crakers. Sunscreen.3 p.m. - 4 p.m. - run. Van Cortland Park was very busy today - day of the opening pool.A lot of happy children, many tennisist's and golfist's.Everybody happy and try to spent their time the most. So do I.Starting slowly, very carefully crossing the road, I gradually increase the speed.Today - run in the woods.50 m sprint - 50 m slowly - 10 times,then 100 m quickly - 100 m slowly - 10 times
What do you guys think of me holding a Boot Camp every Saturday morning? It would be outside of course and can either be at Trashmore or even the beach. Just on Saturday mornings for however many months, and then I would run another session. This would be outside of the YMCA. I run it and make my own price. Thoughts?
Sorry about not keeping this up lately, summer has been crazy already! I have some more articles to send you guys plus the July newsletter will be emailed to you guys very soon. Goo stuff in there so check it out! Also, sometimes instead of emailing articles I will print some out instead. You can find them in my office....they will be in a black tray on top of my small bookshelf by my desk. If my door is open feel free to look through them and take any you want.Happy Summer!
Many people feel that by not eating they will lose weight or lose weight faster. However eating every 3 hours a small portion of a well balanced diet throughout the day is more efficient for your body. Your stomach gets full of stomach acid when you do not eat for a long time. When you do ear your body produces excess insulin. Also starvation diets make a person feel weak and your body burns muscle if you lose weight too fast.