Huge thank-you to blogger Sally Cronin for graciously re-publishing this "oldie-but-goodie" fitness post from my archives! Photo by RUN 4 FFWPU on Pexels.com "As an avid fitness fanatic at midlife, not only am I constantly seeking out fitness opportunities for myself, I am also enjoying seeing others jump on the fitness bandwagon!" This post written … Continue reading Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #Potluck – Perspectives on Fitness (2014) by Terri Webster Schrandt
No Excuses Fitness: Exercising with a Cast
As I continue to write my book No Excuses Fitness, I have included my experience with exercise and recovery from injury and surgery in this post. Two years ago, while out walking my dogs, I fell and fractured my right hand. I was lucky only to have to wear a wrist brace so I could … Continue reading No Excuses Fitness: Exercising with a Cast
No Excuses #Fitness for Extreme Weather
There is no excuse more prevalent than dealing with extreme weather conditions to thwart your plans for physical activity. “An early-morning walk is a blessing for the whole day.” Henry David Thoreau “But it’s too HOT to exercise!” Everyone In the northern hemisphere, today marks the summer solstice, the first day of summer. Here in … Continue reading No Excuses #Fitness for Extreme Weather
Can You Dedicate Three Hours a Week to Physical Activity?
As I continue writing my No Excuses Fitness book, my goal on this blog is to post an article about fitness at least once a month. Did you know that there are 168 hours in a week? Your challenge is to find three hours a week for physical activity.
Keeping Track of Your Fitness Progress…Update
Most of you know I am a champion of leisure and fitness! As I strive toward my goals of becoming and staying more physically active, I am publicly announcing my 2019 goal of continuing to write my book-in-progress No Excuses Fitness. I am starting this journey by making a commitment to writing at least three … Continue reading Keeping Track of Your Fitness Progress…Update
Fitness is Still Where You Find It
January is the time of year when folks think and do something about their fitness and exercise regimens. It is very easy to give up on attempts at exercise when the weather is freezing cold or you and everyone around you are dealing with illnesses and colds. Even I have to force myself to get … Continue reading Fitness is Still Where You Find It
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