I feel like an earlier version of me would have been so irritated at myself and the entire situation but the new me, 63 rides in me, doesn't seem to care that much. I had a fantastic workout and learned a valuable lesson
I'm not sure you want to know, need reminding or are even aware we've almost wrapped up a full year of dealing with the first pandemic of our lives.
The ups and downs have been real, the adjustments major and the mood...well all over the place if we are really honest...
New Year's is a time to hit the reset button, a time to evaluate where you are and then kick it in gear to achieve your aspirations. These items and some determination will help you reach your fitness goals.
Trying to lose weight, eat better and exercise is my New Year's resolution. Plus, I'm competing in the Get Fit for 2017 challenge with Kelly West and Reesha on the Radio for a little added push.
Whether it's because I'm busy between work and running kids around or because I'm craving my favorite unhealthy food, I have to admit that eating better can be difficult.
Losing weight and exercise are usually among Americans' top New Year's resolutions, from which the weight loss industry rakes in billions of dollars.
But if you're trying to exercise and lose weight it can be an overwhelming process. With all the health and fitness information out there -- some of which is contradictory -- getting started can be tough.
I don't know about you but most days I don't feel like working out even though it's so good for me. It is really easy to come up with any excuse to not hit the gym. Here are some of the typical excuses and some good ways to get past them.