Tuesday, December 27, 2016

SURVIVED CHRISTMAS

School has started!!  I am taking American History and Critical Thinking winter term, and I am looking forward to possibly being done with Community College in 2017!  There are a bunch of thoughts that are awaiting moderation in my mind but I have to make sure that I do the hard work of achieving my Associate’s Degree first.
I will be adding tips on physical exercise and personal health tips on a regular basis in the New Year.  The topic of fitness will be a regular subject in this blog, but again, to expect one of those fancy blogs made for mass consumption would be a bit much.  I will focus on practical tips with either a video embed (more likely) of the exercise being demonstrated by someone or by me (less likely).
Right now I have been getting my news from the chyrons that run on the bottom of the screen on the televisions when I am at work.  I have no interest in following the comings and goings of the world beyond my circle.  In fact, I still find that I am unwilling to find out any more regarding national politics than I was when I was maybe 5 or 6 years old.  The thing about it is my understanding of things and with the broadness of said understanding, I am sure that there will be enough that occurs over the next 4 years that I have to deal with, intellectually.  But I am looking forward to shutting that part of my brain down for a bit and to elevate other things in my mind that I may have been taking for granted.
...speaking of things that I am looking forward to…



These are two bodyweight routines that can be done at home.  You don’t have to worry about going to a gym or even equipment.  You don’t have to complete either routine right away… but it should be your goal that you can use to motivate yourself throughout your exercising. Personally, I would begin with the "Burns 1000" because you know for sure that once you accomplish the single round of exercises that you are assured of having burned 1000 calories. If anyone needs any further explanation of the exercises or parameters, just stop by and drop a question and I will do my best to find an answer for you!!

2 comments:

Ken Riches said...

Sure hope that you can finish your associates in 2017. Happy New Year.

Mary Degli Esposti said...

I don't have every day major-exercise resilience. A few days of intense(this is intense to me) exercise not only wipes me out but makes me eat- or want to eat -a lot more. I'm thin but really not toned at all. You seem to have picked the right career.