The holiday season is now in full swing and with less than a week to go, last minute shopping and preparing is consuming most of your spare time. In these moments, it’s tempting to relegate your workouts to “I’ll try to fit it in” status but this usually translates into zero workouts until after the New Year.
2016 is almost over, only 3 weeks left. Can you believe it? Did you accomplish all your goals for this year? If not, did you get close? As we head into the holidays it’s normal to find less time for the gym; many folks just completely quit going, figuring they will start back up next year.
It’s November and the start of the Holiday season. Soon you’ll be busy shopping, planning and attending parties, eating rich foods and finding less and less time for working out. If you know this time of year is difficult for you there are many strategies available to help you stay on track.
Many people exercise alone. A quick look around at the gym will verify this as you notice solo runners on the treadmill and muscly dudes moving across the free weight floor. The truth is a lot of us don’t consider bringing a friend to the gym. But why not? And why not bring one of […]
If it isn’t the odd smell in the changing room or the utterly tantalizing proposition of happy hour, then it might be the thought of inevitable post-workout aches and pains that deters one from visiting the gym. Many chalk it up to overdoing it while others see this as sign of growing muscle mass; yet […]