Fitting exercise into your day doesn't have to be difficult or complicated, it just has to be a priority and ultimately it will become a [...]
If you've been following our posts, you know that Jeff Ensign is attempting to lose 50 pounds through healthy eating coupled with exercise. Jeff is following the Medifast eating program consisting of 5 Medifast meals and one regular meal of lean protein and two cups of veggies for the past two weeks.
With the warm weather, and more people exercising outdoors, it is important to remember to take safety precautions. Just this afternoon as we were skating around Lake Murray, a man on either inline skates or a bicycle, wrecked and fractured his arm.
I had just returned from the annual National Association of Newspaper Columnist’s conference down in New Orleans, and I was inspired with a renewed vigor for writing. One thing amongst many that I took away from the experience is that I will always be a student in writing as well as in other areas of my life.
Many times people ask which is better, training in a gym or at home? Well, the answer depends upon the individual. What works well for one person may be a disaster for another.
How many of you reading this finds it difficult to adhere to a fitness regime? If you’re like most Americans, you probably find it at least challenging, some may even go so far as to say impossible.
As you may have discovered for yourself, sticking with an exercise program long enough to make it an actual habit can be difficult, to say the least. While hopefully most of you reading this are either currently exercising or planning to start doing so in the near future, almost all of you will at one time or another grow tired of your current fitness program.
Many long hours in front of my laptop, along with some advice from a good friend, inspired my column for this edition—how to incorporate fitness into your office job and break up the hours spent on your computer.
When meeting new clients for the first time, they often tell me that they have tried working out on their own in the past, but find it very difficult to adhere to a regular program. Although I have always been an advocate of scheduled workouts until you are at least past the initial dropout phase (the first 6 months), I am going to change my philosophy.