Posts Tagged ‘fitness’

Four Months No Gym Fitness Integration Challenge

Four months and no gym, so hiking, walking, bicycling, riding, and body weight exercises are the focus. Power walking is incredible for integrating the body, cardio, meditation, and proprioception. It is so easy to lose sight of something so simple!

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Selfseeds for Elementary School Children–Grades Three and Four

Test Trial started! Selfseeds for elementary school children has begun! Introducing two to three seeds a week with homework in the journal. Wow, the kids were already very informed about fitness and nutrition, but I see the challenge is in the application and discipline of the information. No different then the adults! What a privilege…

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Fitbit Tracker

I have wifi this trip to Jaipur, India, so I am having fun with my Fitbit tracker. Cool way to keep track of your daily motion.

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Beauty and Movement

Making it a habit to find some way to exercise everyday has been very important for my balance, fitness, digestion, and mental well being.

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Walking In San Francisco

  Didn’t make it to the 1/2 marathon run in San Francisco, but it was fun to do the course by walking. Wonderful to walk in such a beautiful environment along the bay and across the bridge.

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Walking

  Having the right shoes makes a huge difference while walking for hours. First time walking in high end walking/light hiking boots and my feet are thrilled with the level of support and balance. They feel a little bit heavy in comparison, but my feet are happy feet!  

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One Of My Favorite Go-To Pieces Of Exercise Equipment

  The Most Effective Ball Exercises Everyone Should Be Doing by Jenny Sugar Don’t just walk by your stability ball! It’s one of the best fitness tools you can own, so put yours to good use with these incredibly effective moves. Get ready to target your arms, abs, butt, and legs — you’ll definitely be…

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Straightness

While working, walking, sitting, riding, and more straightness is very important. In the morning, stand in front of a mirror and check your alignment. Close your eyes and memorize what straightness feels like. During the course of the day, try to recreate straightness from memory and then spot check it in a mirror as you…

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