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Unfinished Business, Preparation, Action, Reality, My Fortress

Wednesday, September 17, 2008


Wisdom of the Peaceful Warrior
"We die and are born anew each day. Yet each day we may leave traces of unfinished business that we can resolve in the days to follow."
- Dan Millman

Universal Laws of Success
"The Law of Preparation: Luck is when opportunity meets preparation. Perfect performance comes from painstaking preparation, often for weeks, months, and years in advance. The most successful people in every area invariably spend far more time in preparation than the least successful."
- Brian Tracy

World Wisdom
"Action speaks louder than words but not nearly as often."
- Mark Twain

Afformations
"Why am I so magnetically attractive to the best people in the world?"
- Noah St. John, Ph.D.

Focus on the Good Stuff - Power of Appreciation
"We create our own reality and attract everything that happens to us. Most of the good stuff and bad stuff that shows up is a function of our own thoughts and feelings."
- Mike Robbins

Psalms & Proverbs
"He alone is my rock and my salvation; he is my fortress, I will never be shaken."
- Psalms 62:2 NIV

  


Aerobic Cross Training for Weight Loss

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Do you sometimes get bored with your aerobic exercise? Do You sometimes feel like youíre not getting the results you should from your aerobic exercise? If so, then aerobic cross-training is for you.

Aerobic cross-training refers to using two to three different types of aerobic exercise during an exercise session. For example, if you plan to exercise for 60 minutes, you might start with 20 minutes of walking or jogging, followed by 20 minutes of biking, and finish with 20 minutes of rowing.

Now, please donít get the impression that you have to be in great shape to do this or that it has to be 60 minutes long. You can start with something as simple as a ten minute walk followed by ten minutes with an exercise video. This is cross-training too. You can gradually build up from there.

Here are some of the exercises you can use in your cross-training program; walking, jogging, biking, rowing, stair climbing, swimming, exercise videos, etc. Any combination of aerobic exercises will do. You simply go from one to the next with very little time between them.

Aerobic cross-training is beneficial to you in several ways:

1. It provides variety which eliminates the monotony often associated with doing the same exercise for a long period of time.

2. If your exercise sessions are less monotonous and more enjoyable, you are much more likely to exercise more often and for longer periods of time.

3. You are less prone to over-use injuries that sometimes occur from doing the same exercise movements over and over again.

4. You tone more muscles because you are using more muscles. For example, walking tones mostly the lower body muscles and rowing tones upper body muscles also. Even exercises like walking and biking that both tone lower body muscles, tone them at different angles and each tones some small muscles that the other doesnít.

5. Aerobic conditioning is very specific to the muscles being worked. For example, you can walk ten miles a day and still be somewhat breathless after climbing stairs because you havenít trained the muscles for that specific movement. Aerobic cross-training allows you to develop more comprehensive aerobic training.

6. Aerobic cross-training is effective for weight loss because your are toning and training the fat-burning systems of more of your muscles. It turns more of your muscles into 24-hour fat-burning machines! You are also more likely to exercise on a regular basis and for longer periods of time. this also promotes weight loss and fitness.

For more information on cross trainning, keith Londrie II has put up a web site for further information. Please visit http://cardioaerobics.info/ for more information NOW.

Keith E. Londrie II infoserve @ mchsi.com http://cardioaerobics.info/

  


Rowing is an Awesome Exercise for Core Stability

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Think rowing can be a perfect upper body complement to activities like walking and biking? Sure thing, but did you know itís also an awesome exercise for building core stability and even leg muscles? Donít think, however, that youíll be chained to the gym machine or be forced to bribe your way into a collegiate crew team. Plenty of rental shops offer fine boats. But if you canít find a traditional rowing craft, consider trying your hand at kayaking. Though kayaking doesnít work with the same pivot leverage and engage the quads, it still offers a great workout as well as an amazing way to get out there and unplug from the world.

  


DEATH, LUCK, LOVE, APPRECIATION, & A FOOLíS TALK

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


The Way of the Peaceful Warrior
"Every beginning requires an ending, another revolution around the wheel of life. Death is not sad; the sad thing is that most people donít really live at all."
- Dan Millman

The Laws of Success
"The Law of Applied Effort: All your hopes, dreams, goals, and aspirations are amenable to hard work. The harder you work, the luckier you get. There are no shortcuts."
- Brian Tracy

Words of Wisdom
"You can only become truly accomplished at something you love."
- Maya Angelou

Power of Gratitude
"Being grateful for life as it is right now is the first foundational step in creating a life of appreciation."
- Mike Robbins

Proverbs
"A fool's talk brings a rod to his back, but the lips of the wise protect them."
- Proverbs 14:3 NIV

  
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Self-discipline, Rewards, Passion, Gratitude, Faith & Fear

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


The Way of the Peaceful Warrior
"Self-discipline is essential. But as Socrates once reminded me, "If you get too self-righteous with all your disciplines hell, the stress is gonna kill you!""
- Dan Millman

The Laws of Success
"The Law of Service: Your rewards in life will be in direct proportion to the value of your service to others. The more you work, study, and develop your ability to contribute more to the lives and well-being of others, the better life you will have in all areas."
- Brian Tracy

Words of Wisdom
"When genuine passion moves you, say what you've got to say, and say it hot."
- D.H. Lawrence

The Power of Gratitude
"Simply being grateful can in and of itself transform your life. When we have an attitude of gratitude, we see what is great in our lives and all there is to be thankful for."
- Mike Robbins

Psalms
"My soul finds rest in God alone; my salvation comes from him."
-Psalms 62:1 NIV

"Do not fear going forward slowly; fear only to stand still."
-- Chinese Proverb
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