Between the 6+ years I played Roller Derby and the 2+ years of weightlifting the 1 rule I try to follow as much as possible is “Listening to My Body”. If my body was sending me signals telling me that it’s too sore to lift/practice because of whatever issue such as joint problems or sore muscles I made … More Listening to the Universe
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve been able to sit down and write anything. There’s been a lot going on so there’s no shortage of material to discuss. I figured it would be easier if I broke it down by the 3 topics on the site. THE METAL: This past weekend I went to watch … More Metal, Derby, & Injuries (Oh My!)
On March 7th I will start Jim Stoppani’s “6-Week Shortcut To Shred”. This will be the first time that I’ll be devoting myself to not only a structured workout plan but a diet as well. After researching many different plans I feel this is one that suits me best at the moment and can’t wait to … More Video: Jim Stoppani’s “6-Week Shortcut to Shred”
Let me tell you about “Leg Day” today.
I was looking to start practicing Roller Derby with my new team this week but I had to get new health insurance since I just started working again and I’m currently not eligible for my work’s insurance yet. As soon as I get the paperwork and make my first payment I’ll begin attending practices (hopefully … More What Do You Mean, No Lunch?
After not be able to make any posts for over a week I’ve finally found some time to sit down and get some writing done. It’s not that I was being lazy but that I had a lot going on in my life. Besides running around to finish all my holiday shopping and spending time with my … More Learning Never Stops
I was very unfocused today when I went to the gym today, which is very unlike me. I couldn’t decide on what to listen to and I felt out of sync during the first couple of exercises even with my pre-workout in full effect. There was just no connection when gripping the dumbbells and when the gym … More Focus!