You don’t have time to exercise. You have an unpredictable schedule. You’re busy. You have small children that you can’t leave alone. So no, this isn’t an article trying to convince you to reprioritize your life to make more room for exercise. It’s to share some practical ideas about how you can squeeze in exercise Read more about 5 Ways You Can Fit Exercise into a Busy Travel Schedule[…]
Welcome to week three of the 9-Week Challenge. So what’s new?
Making it personal
You’re busy. You have small children that you can’t leave alone. You have an unpredictable schedule. I get it. The good news is you don’t need to set aside an hour a day for exercise to get a good, or even great, level of fitness. […]
Do you know what DOESN’T make a great motivational poster for a gym wall?
One that tells you to slow down. Don’t work so hard. Do less.
Doesn’t sound very motivational, does it.
The biggest thing holding you back from reaching your goals is that you work too hard. […]
I’d be lying if I said a fitness app will make you leaner, stronger, or faster. It won’t. But there are some free fitness apps that will take the guess work out of what you’re doing. You’ll be able to reach your goals more quickly because you’ll have more clarity about your exercise and what you’re eating.
These are the top apps I recommend. Not just because they’re free, but because they each do a specific job: […]
One of the best pieces of advice about dieting was given to Alice in Wonderland by the Cheshire Cat.
Alice asked “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?”
“That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat.
Unless you know where you want to go, AND where you’re starting from, you might head completely in the wrong direction. […]
This is the 9-week challenge that’s designed for people who have no access to a gym, equipment, or special ingredients… while having clingy kids and an unpredictable schedule.
But what will you specifically be doing? Here is what there’ll be each week: