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I enjoy challenges. I'm currently busting my ass in the gym most days training for a pair of half marathons in April and May.
When in doubt, take a hike.
Getting back into walking further and then running. Managed a half marathon Charity walk last year and used to love 5k walk/runs
Well, I'm pretty happy about how things are going on the weight front, but I'd like to make a little more effort to get in some exercise outside. That should be easier when the weather warms up a bit--hard to ride my bike on snow or ice.
I'd also like to make more recipes up to freeze for lunches. I make a wicked Southwestern Chicken Soup, when I actually get around to doing it!
May all sentient beings be happy!
A new month is upon us and this means new fitness challenges (and more) to consider.
You would think a group of Happy Hippies would definitely be into doing their own thing, right?
So, what is your personal challenge for the month of March Madness?
I will share my very boring but effective fitness goals. I do something--strength training, yoga, qigong, power walking--every single day for 20 minutes minimum. I apply the TED talk rule to my routine--20 minutes is the optimum time for learning--because I know I can shame myself into working out. Yes, this former gym rat must be shamed these days. Sheesh.
I'm a constant reader and don't need to set goals about that. I eat healthy and don't need to make changes except to learn new recipes.
I should probably learn (and finish up) some new guitar music for my students. There's a country fried and twangy version of Hendrix's Little Wing I enjoy and should learn that one.
So what will you be doing this March?