It’s Monday! Build this day and week on a foundation of positive thoughts.Optimism is the quality that is associated with success and happiness. And make being grateful a part of your day just like brushing your teeth. Gratitude is the door to abundance.
Wishing you all a great day and successful week! And remember, YOU CAN DO IT!
Tomorrow is “Eye of the Tiger” Monday!
“…Great things take time, persistence and a whole bunch of patience. Don’t let a rough patch or a wave of confusion make you question your instinct to change. Your instinct is never wrong and although it may bring you through some turbulent times, it always eventually smooths things out. …The struggle may be real, but the struggle is never permanent. This too shall pass. Keep the faith, keep charging ahead and always remember … no rain, no rainbow.” – by @ZanneZen, Mind Body Green
My dear Ladies, strength training is good for you. It helps burn fat, increases bone density, bruns calories, not just while you’re training but for hours afterward, prevents injuries, particularly lower back pains and strains, slow the effects of aging by keeping muscles and bones strong and healthy and tone every inch of your body.
But before you start with strength training consult your doctor to be sure it is safe for you. Don’t forget to warm up before lifting and learn to use the correct form to prevent injuries.
This is like doing ballet moves and toning your abs at the same time. If you want stronger abs and core but are tired of doing sit-ups, try one of ballet-inspired moves instead.
“Just like medicine….sometimes the things we don’t like are the best things for us. Even when you don’t feel like it. There are some times you have to Just Do It! We all have those days… but it’s those days that make you the strongest. Get it done. Sweat it out!”
What is Balance and Coordination? Sports Definition: balance is the ability to stay upright or stay in control of body movement, and coordination is the ability to move two or more body parts under control, smoothly and efficiently.
Why is balance training important? By developing greater balance, you will improve in coordination, athletic skill, and posture. This will result in fewer physical injuries and greater stability as you age, which can help prevent falls and helps you live an active and independent life.
Some people run for glory, others run to calm their minds, and then some of us run for chocolate and champagne. Don’t judge.
What’s your reason for running?
Source: Shape Magazine
“You have a goal: weight loss, new job, new relationship, financial, the list goes on. You may hit road blocks, you may get discouraged, and want to give up. Stay the course and keep moving at a steady pace because Baaaybeee if it were that easy everyone would do it. Innit!” – Dr Geanie Asante
Good morning, everyone! It’s Monday, it’s a new day, a new week, and in that lies a new opportunity to change your life for the better. Remember, you can do anything you set out to accomplish if you hold to that desire with singleness of purpose.
Make fall a “fit” season! I encourage you to get outdoors and to take advantage of cool mornings and sunny afternoons. Go hiking, running, jogging, take a bike, play tennis. Take a walk by the lake or by the near river. Try a vigorous game or fetch with your dog. Remember, exercise comes in different forms. Doing the work around the house like raking leaves can also help get the heart pumping.
Have a great season!
I believe that fall is the great time to start a fitness and weight loss program, because “you’re going to create good habits for the holiday season and the upcoming winter months.” Summer is over, so it’s easier to get motivated to start being active. Autumn months are great to workout outdoors and to enjoy colorful scenery.