If you’ve been exercising outdoors lately you might be feeling more like a popsicle after a workout than heart healthy. As the temperatures start to drop many people find it more difficult to get their daily physical activity. Exercising outdoors during the Fall and Winter presents some chilly challenges […]
This post is an ode to the organizers. Those of you who have immaculate desks at work, color code your entire closets or label everything in your homes– including the label maker. In honor of National Get Organized week, I salute you.
I have never been one of those people. […]
Recent posts of mine have focused on goal-setting (general and specific), staying focused, taking initiative and getting moving. How have these posts impacted you thus far? Have you read them, agreed with the content and taken action to increase your physical activity? Or maybe you agree with the ideas, […]
As a Group Exercise Instructor, one of the excuses I hear most often for not coming to class is “I have to get in shape before I come to your class.” Um… color me confused, isn’t that what class is FOR? It is indeed. There are numerous people I can think […]
If you read my post last week, you are familiar with setting manageable goals for yourself in order to avoid becoming overwhelmed by the thought of exercise. But what about those people who continually set goals they can achieve in order to remain comfortable and successful? Well, today’s post […]
Twenty years ago, a cheeseburger was 257 calories. Today, it’s 590.
Try this one on for size: Twenty minutes of jogging burns off about one chocolate chip cookie.
We have a problem. Although for most, it’s no surprise.
I watched part one and part two of HBO’s new documentary, Weight of the […]