Worked up a real sweat on today’s run. It was about as hard as yesterday’s workout. I’m pretty tired after this workout but it’s a good kind of tired. I was feeling kind of anxious today, but now I’m just to tired to feel anything but good. Continue reading “C25K Challenge Day 2”
1. Exercise gives you energy. Since I started exercising more I’ve noticed that I have more energy to spend. It’s like the old saying “you’ve gotta spend money to make money.” It’s the same with your energy. If you want more energy, you’ve got to spend more of it.
Continue reading “5 Effects of Exercise”
Today I decided to start the Couch to 5K challenge. The program allows you to progressively go from couch potato to 5K runner in two months. I tried to program before but I did not stick to it and so I can’t really tell you how well it works. However, this time I will hold myself accountable by blogging about it everyday. If I miss a day, feel free to scold me about it in the comments section.
Continue reading “C25K Challenge! Day 1”
By Brian Ferret
Thank you Andrew for the chance to write on Zen And Weight Loss! It’s an honour and I really appreciate being one of the first few guest bloggers to contribute to your website. Once again, thank you!
In this article, we look at five major morning stretches everyone can do the moment they hop off their bed. Before we do, let’s make a quick note here on how to best take away from this article. Continue reading “Guest Article: 5 morning stretching exercises you should do daily right after waking up”
As winter is upon us, I find myself less inclined to exercise outside. Instead opting to hop on the old treadmill and stay warm indoors. This presents a bit of a problem Continue reading “Breaking Boredom”
Every day I like to two do types of exercises. I go for a walk for an hour and I like to lift weights. Walking gives me an opportunity to think about things, or to listen to an audio book. Lifting just makes me feel bad ass. Continue reading “Walking it off.”
Two years ago I weighed just over 286lbs and suffered from depression. It was at that point I decided to start doing something about my weight. When I was a teenager I was quite athletic, I was on all the sports teams, and did track and field when I could, and loved doing karate. I was in shape. Continue reading “Beginning The Journey “