I am going to try to post my workouts daily for accountability purposes. I imagine from time to time these will arrive late, but I will certainly do my best to post in the evenings.
Yoga – 60 minutes
Meditation – 10 minutes
Calisthenics – 8 minutes
Plans for the Future
This blog is still fresh and new. In this stage, a blog has a lot of potential.
I started it as a means to show that you can have a full-time job, part-time job, personal projects, significant other, and a healthy lifestyle at the same time. This is the concept I have built my personal training services around in fact.
The phrase “healthy lifestyle” is being defined here as: a life that is well-rounded, never hungry, almost never lazy, able to save your own life and hopefully a few other lives if necessary.
Then I thought, why not just make the blog about your half marathon training? What about barefoot running? Minimalist hiking? Yoga? Meditation? Giving back to the community? All of the things!
I spiral out of control easily when it comes to blogs and websites as can be observed from the above paragraph.
With this in mind, I have decided to experiment. I will be listing my stats daily. Personal accountability is important. I will also be writing about my experiences doing all of the things that make my life and lifestyle well-rounded in my opinion.
Additionally in an effort to not have to type “in my opinion” too often, I want to be very clear right here and right now that I am an advocate for an active and WHOLE lifestyle, but that doesn’t mean the way I do it will work for anyone other than me. My schedule is packed. For some people, that can be stressful, but I thrive on it. I schedule downtime, and that works for me.
I would like to write about giving back to the community as a means of feeding that thing inside of us that connects us all to each other. Some call it a soul. I will be referring to the means of connection as “Big Science” or “Universe Bits”.
How-to articles are second nature to me, because I am a fitness instructor. I would love to share any tips that might help you transition to barefoot/minimal running or minimal hiking. I promise to do my very best to keep the How-to pieces by request only though sometimes I get carried away.
I love this blog. And, I appreciate you for reading it!