The other night a friend and his family spent the night at our house and when he came downstairs in the morning. I was just finishing up 2 hours on the spin bike. He asked if I ride each day and for how long. I told him that lately I have been riding most days and I ride anywhere from 1 to 5 hours throughout the day. He then asked, “How do you do it? How do you stay motivated and do you ever get bored?”
According to an article from Business & Health, “A new study suggests that anyone who has been trying unsuccessfully for years to lose weight must have set unrealistic goals, become frustrated and eventually regained weight.”
I want you to think back to last Christmas. It seems like yesterday, doesn’t it? Each year seems to go by faster and faster then the one before and before we know it, Christmas is upon us.
Over the last couple of weeks, I have been thinking a lot about excuses. We all have them and we all use them in many areas of our lives.
Did you know that the less you sleep the more you eat? This happens for a few reasons. One of these is that you are up longer in the day and have more opportunity to eat but now scientists are finding that lack of sleep actually effects the hormones that control our hunger.
Two months ago I set a goal to swim a 100 butterfly in under 1 minute. Check out my swim. You will have to watch to see if I reached my goal!
A new study published in the American Heart Association’s journal, “Circulation,” states that even small amounts of exercise make a big difference in improving health. Here is more evidence that confirms what we have been sharing with the world for over two years now!
This last Thursday through Sunday was Tiffany’s family reunion which meant a lot of food, cookies, cake, ice cream, chips, licorice and other junk food that we don’t normally have around our house.
The other day I was talking to a good friend who was telling me that he swims a mile 3 to 4 times a week. My first question for him was, “Do you just swim it straight without stopping?”
Patrick Henry Hughes was born without eyes and a disease that doesn’t allow him to straighten his limbs which causes him to be in a wheel chair.