As we go through life, we're constantly categorizing (whether consciously or subconsciously) everything that crosses our path. He is this. She is that. These are different. That's the same. Yet, where does this lead us? No day is ever the same. And it’s this sense of variety that most of us thrive on and live for. So, why is that when it comes to analyzing our eating habits, we feel the need to categorize them as either “good” or “bad”? Let's dig into this a bit further.
With summer in sight, more of us are feeling self-conscious about our bodies -- and will enjoy the season less as a result. That's according to a new survey commissioned by Anytime Fitness.
76% of the 1,000 respondents said that they feel the same or worse about their body image this year. Another 53% plan to "cover up everything they can" at the beach. That doesn't bode well for fun in the sun.
Weighing over 400 pounds made me feel very nervous when walking into any place, let alone the gym. I always thought everyone was staring and judging me. It can be incredibly intimidating. But don't think you have to be in shape to join a gym. I wasn't and I lost over 200 pounds! Let me tell you a story.
Are you looking for a challenge that tests your all around physical strength, stamina, and mental grit? If so, look no further than the Tough Mudder - the toughest endurance event on the planet.
With obstacle courses designed by British Special Forces, you'll encounter 10-12 miles of mud, fire, ice-water, and 10,000 volts of electricity. But, you won't have to do it alone. Together with your teammates, you will look fear in the eye, and help push one another over the finish line to earn that coveted orange headband!
It's that time of year again. If you're anything like me, then you've been mentally preparing for the onslaught of "resolutioners" to infiltrate your gym.
It's a war-torn, dumbbell-littered battlefield where only the most patient and driven survive. Among the masses, you see an assortment of gym-savvy vets mixed in with the newbies. Somewhere in-between are the gym "acquaintances" who have been prepping for their big January surge after last year's resolutions didn't go quite as planned.
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