Why I'm moving from my garage workouts back to the gym, and how you can implement this strategy in your own movement routine
I LOVE this! I’ve noticed through the years that once fall hits, I’m super excited about exercising and getting back in shape (I tend to get lazy and lose it in the summer), and again in the spring. I’ve been swimming quite a bit since spring but am not looking forward to swimming outside in the winter, even though we have mild winters at the beach, so I think I’ll start hiking when I stop swimming. Thank you!
The older I get the more I seem to realise in multiple areas living by the seasons makes so much sense. The same stuff just doesn't work all year round
I love this. I’ve never committed to any one form of exercise for too long (besides hiking). And often I feel guilty like if I can’t go all in than maybe it’s not worth doing at all. Thanks for this new perspective. It gives me permission to dabble around and find a new routine that works this winter.
I love this and the Obliger (and fundamentally lazy person) in me is envious of your Upholderness. I pay a personal trainer to virtually train me and it’s totally working for me. I get up earlier and do more things during the day. But there’s a program I bought over the summer called The Core Play, and I just can’t seem to get myself to do it.
School ends for me for the fall on Sunday, so apart from job hunting, my schedule is open. Send help!
What are these seasons you speak of? (Thoughts from Dallas) JK. It sounds nice and I’m envious of your four seasons.
Love this! I’ve just started weight lifting with a personal trainer but can’t imagine lifting heavier and heavier all year round. X