The trick is find something you enjoy. My brother is a body builder, goes to the gym religiously, loves it. I tried it, hated it, couldn't stand to sit in one place doing a repetitive motion over an over again. Loved running but it had to be outdoors, tried the tread mill, hated it, couldn't stand being stationary doing the repetitive motion. If you don't enjoy it, you won't stick with it.
No, haven't pursued any of these options unfortunately.
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I jog two times per week when I feel motivated and the weather helps, as London weather can be nasty; I jog manly to release stress and stay fit, not to loose weight as my BMI is 18.5, so if I loose some more weight I will disappear... And I usually go to the park, most of the time a park close to where I live or the ones that are more central... [No dogs]
It is generally recommended to NOT do jogging or brisk walking toward the end of the work day. For me
this is true. It messes with my sleep.
I started a jogging program a number of weeks ago. I've gotten better at jogging. I can't say it's helped
me really regarding stamina. For some people like myself, it seems it is better not to jog too long. It just takes
from me and doesn't give as much back.
I have just enough room to jog back and forth inside where I live. If you decide to do something like that
I would suggest you secure the dogs elsewhere. Accidents happen too easily. Exercising indoors in some
way or another has many advantages. No rain, no heat, etc.
There is Rdio (on-line music service) which I'm just getting into. There is certain music that helps the time
pass in jogging. I wouldn't say that it is motivating though. Millions of songs. Free or pay options.
You mentioned your back in some post. If you said this is arthritis or something along these lines, I
would suggest you use StopPain. Buy a couple bottles of StopPain roll on at the Wal-Mart or where ever.
Apply lots each time. Let us know if it works. It does indeed work for one or more types of pain. It might
not work on muscle pain...not positive on that, since I don't use it. A relative uses it and it works for her.
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prevent cramping and heat exhaustion
Looks promising: Salt stick capsules. I will be using them this weekend on a very long bike ride.
The ONLY electrolyte capsule that was formulated to closely resemble the electrolyte profile lost during activity: sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium.
a note about the Zeo, while it is generally intended to be used to monitor the quality of your sleep and has a smart alarm function to pull you awake only during light sleep, it can also be used to quantify REM in your own personal sleep studies, from time to time I will switch to polyphasic sleep schedules.
Plantronics backbeat 903 w/ Pandora workout playlist, whether im doing cardio, HIIT, or strength training depends on tempo, theres a bunch out there people have made. Plantronics | BackBeat 903+
That's pretty much the main way I have integrated technology into my fitness regiment. I'm actually Vegitarian based on energy needs, not morals and I can tell you that since I switched I have more consistent energy levels and my favorite is that my reflexes have increased significantly, I have observed this in racquet sports and uh....catching random things, I like to put my dishes away precariously so that I forget and test myself next time I open my cupboards .
My view on cardio is that it's important to build your endurance, but as far as losing weight if that's your goal it's probably better to do HIIT which is extremely time efficient and can be done in pretty much anything where you exert effort. I generally do strength training every other day (Stronglifts 5x5, very simple good for beginners and free), and basketball drills on off days or racquet sports with friends, which basically fulfills my metabolic workout requirement.