I have been working out all my life. I feel that I have a good understanding of fitness, but I am in such a rut and so bored. I have goals to meet my optimum fitness inside and out. I can’t afford an expensive gym and the gym I go to only has cardio machines…I don’t know what else to do. I want to mentally get it together and stop making excuses.
It’s human nature to want to say “yes” to requests and invitations we receive. After all, if they are kind enough to ask us, isn’t it impolite or even selfish to say ”no”?
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Research has shown that chronic stress can make us sick. And it certainly takes the fun and joy out of life. So it would make sense to learn tools to alleviate and manage the stress, no matter what the source is. Try some of the suggestions below and see if you begin to manage your stress and bring greater calmness to your life.
Who knew happiness was so well researched? Perhaps the key to discovering the “happiness factor” may be realizing that happiness is not based only on the good or bad circumstances of people’s lives, but more so on people’s attitudes towards their circumstances, as well as the effort they put into maintaining a level of happiness higher than their baseline.
This Q & A is dedicated to the latest and hottest fitness trend to come along in quite some time – Crossfit Training. It’s tough, it’s effective, and it works. To get the real skinny on Crossfit training, I sat down and spoke with Crossfit expert Gregg Arsenukowner, who is the owner, trainer and client of Guerrilla Fitness Crossfit in Montclair, NJ.
Did you know that there is actual science behind our happiness and many of us think that being married would bring us more happiness? Getting hitched can absolutely bring more happiness in many ways, but I bet you didn’t know that there is a study that proves only a “2-Year Marriage Boost”.
Dear Crystal, How do you get out of a fitness funk? What are some easy steps to get back into exercising? – Skylar M. 27/Summit, NJ
Maybe I shouldn’t let them get to me, but it’s still so rude and uncalled for. I don’t know how people can just blurt out those comments to me.
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