Despite a freakish May snowfall here at Anytime HQ, summer has pretty much arrived for most of us in North America. It’s the time of year when everyone wants to be outside biking, hiking, running, golfing, swimming, gardening, grilling, or whatever your chosen activity may be.
It’s all-too-easy to skip the gym on days like these. But we’re here to set you straight. Turns out that now might just be the very best time to get in the gym. Self-serving? Most assuredly. But that doesn’t make it any less true! Allow us to explain.
I have been going to the gym for over five years now. And, just like the show Cheers, it’s a place where everybody knows your name. But, lately, I have been spotting more and more newbies in the crowd. It seems odd to me because New Year's has come and gone. And then I wonder, what is their motivation for being here?
I've been open and honest with you about my daily weight loss struggles -- everything from food addiction to making excuses for not working out. And I have shared with you how weight loss isn't easy. But here are 3 things that rarely get brought up during a weight loss discussion.
Last time we talked, we discussed where we want to go and choosing a destination on our fitness journey. Today we are going to create a road map that will give us check points along the way. This will hold us accountable to our goals and subsequently we will be able to see progress begin to take shape. Let's get started.
Many of us are familiar with various alcohol consumption games from our college days. In fact, at last year's Oscars, the ladies from the film Bridesmaids enjoyed their own drinking game to the tune of Martin Scorsese. This, however, will not be one of those games. The goal of this game is to get you in shape when you could be otherwise sitting on your behind.
I find the month of February being a tad on the bittersweet side. On one hand, the crowds are starting to die down and I no longer feel like Moses parting the red sea to get to a machine. On the other hand, that means after 30 short days, the majority of inspired lifestyle changers gave up before they really gave themselves a chance. If you are one of those people who has pretty much thrown in the towel, I want to tell you it's not too late.
What happens when a nation loses its health? Should we even care about the choices our fellow citizens make? After all, obesity is just a personal responsibility issue, right? Wrong.
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