A roundup of some things I've been doing, reading, or enjoying lately.
Every weekend over at TheWorkout.Today, Keeley and I send out "The Weekend Wind Down: A restorative routine intended to provide rest, rejuvenation, and perspective for your mind, body, and spirit." This weekend we wrote about meditation and how we spend our . . .
It's really simple: Afree email each morning (except Sundays)with 1 bodyweight workout that takes 29 minutes or less.
On Saturdays, instead of a typical workout, we send "The Weekend Wind Down" . . .
The concept is extremely simple:
It is a free email in your inbox each morning with 1 bodyweight workout that takes 29 minutes or less.
The workouts are designed so you can do them no matter your level or prior experience, and you don't need any special . . .
Think about the last time you worked out hard.
Was it fun while you were doing it? Hell no.
It was probably somewhere between bearable (“Come on Pete! Only 6 more minutes. You got this.”) and terrible (“I can’t do this. Yes I can … look I’m still moving. Maybe I should stop. No! I got this.”).
Then think about how you felt when you . . .
A lot of people have fitness resolutions for the New Year.
And most people make them WAY too ambitious.
It's really hard to start doing crossfit, or running, or yoga 3X per week, if previously:
- You rarely or sporadically did that thing.
- You don't have a specific program to follow.
- You haven't specifically scheduled it on your calendar . . .