Exercises To Improve Balance

1 - Romberg Exercise Stand with chair in front and wall in back. Arms down to sides. Feet together. Hold for 30 seconds progress to doing with eyes closed. 2 - Sway Exercise Stand with chair in front and wall in back. Sway forward to back. Sway right to left. Do 2 times daily 30... Continue Reading →

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A Motivating Tool|Or Exercise

Yes, making lists is a form of exercise - mental/brain and physical. For me, rarely if ever  do I follow the list. It's the making of one that motivates me to get going again. It doesn't matter at what. One thing leads to another thing is the continuing motivating force that leads to success in... Continue Reading →

WALKING A MARATHON

In June 2017 I walked a marathon in 21 days. A marathon is 26 miles, so it was a little over a marathon in 21 days. I like the marathon reference. For me, that's working. It keeps me keeping track of the miles. Sure, sometimes I forget to take my iphone tracker, but I don't... Continue Reading →

Laying My Exercise Foundation

MY EXERCISE BAR A 3 feet 3 inch long tension curtain rod, fully closed, I use for my exercise bar. Small circumference. You can buy longer or thicker; this suits me. Since I have dystonia, a spinal cord and spinal column injuries, muscle, nerve and joint pain, tendonitis probably due to computer work, in neck,... Continue Reading →

LILLY BELLE IS ALL IN

It only makes sense that if Steve and I are overweight, that our dog daughter Lilly Belle Pi is the same - sort of. Lilly has this strange hair that when grown makes her look a lot bigger than she actually is. People about the building always comment on how fat she is, till Lilly... Continue Reading →

KAPUT

What do they say about the best-laid plans? They often go awry? Well, that's me and my gym/spa escapade. I have to get up so early, and the bus trip is long and sometimes the bus wait isn't a pleasant experience, then the bus trip back all before Steve goes to work. Then on opposite... Continue Reading →

determination

Let 'er rip. Slow and steady. Find your rhythm and focus.  

TURNING THE CORNER

Steve finally made it to the gym after procrastinating since September 2016. In fairness he had a stroke over Christmas and had a long recovery from carotid artery surgery, so he had some excuses. For me there were lots of excuses, but none of them were valid - the main one being I just didn't... Continue Reading →

It’s all good: Any exercise cuts risk of death, study finds

It's all good: Any exercise cuts risk of death, study finds Weekend warriors, take a victory lap. People who pack their workouts into one or two sessions a week lower their risk of dying over roughly the next decade nearly as much as people who exercise more often, new research suggests. January 09, 2017  Even... Continue Reading →

Natural anti-inflammatory agents for pain relief – FOR THOSE WHO EXERCISE OR DON’T

All people who work out experience pain in their muscles, tendons and/or ligaments. It is a natural result of increasing your strength and stamina through exercise. Even those who don't engage in structured work outs still experience inflammation and pain simply by living their lives and going about their work. Many of us don't like... Continue Reading →

Competitiveness Helps Improve Motivation and Fitness Gains

Tapping into that competitive spirit may be the key you’ve been looking for if you’re still struggling to get to the gym on a regular basis. By Dr. Mercola Those who succeed at maintaining good health into old age typically have one thing in common: They've made regular exercise a part of their day-to-day lifestyle. Most people... Continue Reading →

A YMCA MEMBERSHIP – taking a tour

HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEVE - and me too! Just what we needed as a tool to help us lose weight, increase strength and stamina! No excuses now. Steve said, "It's a perfect Birthday present!" A brand new facility, close to work. Beautiful.  

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