What If You Cannot Exercise?
We know the health benefits of exercise. There’s no question about how good exercise can be for physical and mental health. However, many people believe that exercise is beyond their physical ability, no matter how many health benefits there may be.
The Word You Need To Add To Exercise And Your Workout To Succeed
We workout, we exercise. We talk about our exercise workouts, but, do we use the one word, in our thoughts and comments, that can make or break an exercise workout program? If used incorrectly, this word can defeat us, if used properly it can lead us to success… new levels of fitness, health, weight management, and even happiness.
Exercise: Is It Really Less Important Than Diet for Weight Loss?
I have been hearing for some time now that when it comes to weight loss, exercise is not king. Diet is paramount. I mean, the NY Times said it, so it must be true.
Exercises and Workouts – Is Walking the Best Exercise For You?
Think for a while about what you enjoy and don’t enjoy where exercise is concerned. You likely have a long list of things you ought to do or want to achieve. Most of us do. Is walking on that list? Perhaps exercise is, but you might have overlooked walking as a useful option. Think about it; walking is easy to integrate into your workday. You could take the stairs instead of riding the elevator, or exit the bus a few blocks away so you can walk to and from your work. Many people are quick to dismiss it as a productive form of physical activity. Walking is a great place to begin.
As many of you know that know me, I have struggled with 100 mile rides, my first two 100 mile rides being last year in 2017. My first attempt was in February of 2017, I started off with a little bit of a stomach ache, and was way overdressed and overheated quickly. I found that I was not consuming enough of anything and started to really feel the pain.