Archive for Seasonal
Yeah, it’s a busy time.
Yeah, goodies abound.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
1. You can make excuses or you can make fitness gains, but you can’t do both.
But you also have control over your schedule. If you think you don’t, then you need to Read More→
What are the first things to suffer?
Your relationship to God, your workouts, food preparation (if you even had that in the first place), schedules and breathing! Read More→
I took a look at what our friends on the Emerald Isle might be doing for fitness and ran across this testament to staying fit through the winter months. Take a look, listen to the benefits and then ask yourself if you’re letting your fitness decline because it’s cold or rainy outside.
No need to suffer in the Cleveland snow for a workout (although you can get some amazing amounts of calories burned up outside), visit the best Cleveland fitness boot camp for a free two-week test drive. With spring just around the corner, you’ll want to experience how quickly those pounds can drop!
Have a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day!
Although I don’t see anything wrong with saying good-bye to abundance prior to a season of penance and fasting, I do see the need to offer tips to help ease your body into the fasting mode.
If you celebrate Mardi Gras, you might consider your approach, especially if fitness is important to you. The typical high-calorie fried pancakes, pierogies and fatty treats are quick to store up as body fat. If your goal is to remain fit, then this approach will help you.
If you celebrate Ash Wednesday with fasting from food -in my Catholic tradition we are allowed to eat bread and water three times a day or have one single, meatless, normal-sized meal- then you will want to ease your body into this day of detox rather than shock it into a low-calorie intake after a high-calorie day. Read More→