The first thing you need to do is acknowledge you need to be fit, strong and healthy....Congratulations! You've done it!
I had to write this paper as a final assignment for my nutrition class in NASM nutrition module. I liked how it turned out and wanted to share it here. The struggle with nutrition is real folks. I am sitting in Panera Bread as I write this paper and noticing that my nutrition habits have … Continue reading Nutrition and I
Monday Workouts I have started writing my own workouts! I finished my NASM class in program design, so I have been practicing writing my own workouts. I will share them here once a week. Give them a try and give me some feedback. How did you like the workout? Was it hard? Too easy? What … Continue reading A Workout, a Deal and an Invitation
I started my journey to becoming a NASM certified personal fitness trainer.
The 90 Day Challenge is going strong. I am not making much progress. but I am, at least, maintaining my weight. I'm not really gaining, but I'm not really losing either. Could it be because I keep blowing my nutrition by eating "junk" food - like donuts, cookies and chips? Let us see. Day 15 … Continue reading More 90 Day Challenge – Weeks Three and Four
I started writing about my 90 Day Challenge (which I joined about a month ago and only wrote about the first week). Life got busy. I will now update my progress by writing about Week Two. I ended Week One with a promise to myself to do better. Let's see how I did. Day 8 … Continue reading 90 Day Challenge – Week Two
About three times a year, the fitness center I go to has a 90 Day Challenge and every year since I began my weight loss journey, I sign up for them. The national winner receives $10,000. And the local club winner receives some perks - like their very own locker! I may win someday. I … Continue reading A 90 Day Weight Loss Challenge Journey – Week One
it has been rumored lately, around the gym where I workout a lot, that I am a "sad" person. Of course nobody ever comes and tells me in person or offers me a hug if I look blue. Which I think anybody who thinks a person looks sad should do. Not tell someone behind my … Continue reading The Rest of the Story
I was never a fat kid growing up. However... I always kind of felt like a sickly child growing up. I caught strep throat at least twice a year. I had a hole in the ear drum which led to many ear infections. I had surgery to repair it when I was twelve. I had … Continue reading I Was Never a Fat Kid