Now here’s the secret, it’s not about losing weight. That’s the hat. Everyone can wear a hat. I bet you’ve done it. The trick is keeping it off; that’s the rabbit.
For the past few months, I’ve felt like a potato. Kind of sad, unmoving, semi-mashed. I was doing a successful job of ignoring my health and pulling the “I’ll deal with this later” card. Which, turns out, means you rarely will do it later. Because later just keeps being…later.
You don’t need to have a thigh gap to be pretty or a six pack to be handsome.
Falling in love, and being in it for the long haul is similar to long distance running. You want to quit so many times, quit having those feelings that won’t amount to anything, but you don’t, because you realize that the person in your mind is worth it.
“I never get catcalled while training.”
Studies have shown only 8% of people actually keep their New Year’s resolutions – that’s an unfortunately small group of people.
As you prepare yourself for 2016, I challenge you to re-think 1) the entire process of how people change and 2) what’s possible. How do human-beings actually change? To what extent can you change?
Some men say they have achieved orgasm through no movement on their part at all, simply by letting a woman manipulate their pelvic muscles, squeezing them tight and then releasing them in a repetitive fashion. Now doesn’t that sound kind of fun? That’s what we thought, and that’s why Kegel exercises can be so helpful.
Nap time involved in an exercise class?! SIGN ME UP.
“When life is challenging, how many of us forget to breathe?”