Take every opportunity to give a little bit more. Doing so, you will easily distinguish yourself and set yourself apart from the crowd. Make the most of the momentum you’ve built by extending it as long as you can. Once on a roll, give a little more, and keep your efforts strongly on the move.
I thought about quitting. I thought about giving up on this whole crazy idea this week and throwing in the towel. The last 6 weeks of diet restrictions and exercise didn’t even matter, I was frustrated.My trainer cancelled on me again. I felt disconnected, being my first time doing this. I am not one to need moral support; I can be my own cheerleader. I felt like I needed guidance and instruction. I knew that 8 weeks is a milestone towards this competition and I felt like a stray.
MORNING CUP OF MOTIVATION: The greatest people in the earth are the ones that make the highest sacrifice of serving and and building up others. Each of us should be in the business of serving someone else.
"Did you know... walking for 10 minutes burns about 50 calories?" This and more ways physical activity keeps a healthy weight from the National Health Information Center http:/1.usa.gov/ixmRx7. So if it's as easy as adding 10 minutes of walking a day to increase your calorie burn, why aren't you doing it? Why is it that so many of us humans won't do these simple little things for ourselves?
Looking for a class that combines the pizzazz of Latin-style dancing with the edginess of kickboxing? Try Piloxing! Relatively new to the fitness industry, this form of exercise has already been featured on several talk shows and been incorporated into the plot lines of hit tv shows.I am planning on offering this class through Davison's community education program next fall. Will announce new info over the summer.
Side-lined by an injury. I knew it was coming. I had felt the pain in my knee for a few weeks now. It was slowly building during each running session, coming on earlier in the run. Going from a dull ache to a sharper pain. Eventually causing me to stop running altogether and finish at a walk.
When Pinole Valley Bootcamp started we offered 4 classes a week based on a 6 week comittment.During the course of two years we have changed this to 2 classes a week based on a 6 week comittment.It's always the same thing, everyone signs up, excited, can't wait, but then something happens...It's too hard, it's too much work, it's too "physical"...then the excuses start....about 4 weeks into it..