Boot Camp, Day 23-28: Oh, the pain. The pain!

I'm baaaaaack! If you've been following my daily blogs on my 77-day (11-week) self-imposed Boot Camp blog, you've probably noticed I haven't blogged in a while. The good news is that I'm back and I'm still on track with my fitness workouts. My goal to subject myself to daily barrage of workouts, gym visits and... Continue Reading →

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Boot Camp, Day 17: Lesson learned — the hard way!

Encountered a major obstacle today while working out in the gym. While doing leg curls, the muscle in my right (weak) leg cramped up during my lower body workout. I hadn't prepared properly for my workout and it bit me in the butt (or more specifically the right quad muscle. I had forgotten to drink... Continue Reading →

Boot Camp Day 5: Fun, 4-mile adventure!

On Saturday, I decided that I should create a list of fitness activities that are fun and interesting to incorporate into my 77-day (11 week) self-imposed boot camp. I've already grumbled and bellyached about how boring gym visits can be, so I won't linger on that theme. My goal writing this blog is to figure... Continue Reading →

Day 16 – Please pass the endorphins!

Exercise has become a four-letter word in many people's vocabulary because it is equated with hard work, boring workouts and eating like a canary. That's probably why we all have an aversion to it. One of the things I've been doing is redefining exercise and giving myself credit for being active and moving my body... Continue Reading →

Day 14 – Staying on track

Today is day 13 of my 21-day program to establish better health and nutrition habits. My, how time flies when you're having fun! I've been remiss in posting to my blog for a few days and that's where my friends like you come in. You keep me focused and on point. I have been slacking... Continue Reading →

Day 8 – Catching my second wind!

I'm excited that I have made some gains in my 21-day journey toward establishing better health and nutrition habits. By keeping a journal, I'm watching my progress day by day including what I'm eating, how much I'm exercising and how I'm feeling. To date I've lost six pounds without hardly trying. I think just by... Continue Reading →

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