This is the time of year the mall parking lots are full, the stores are bustling with customers, and the Internet is busy with online shoppers. It’s that most special time of year, the Christmas season!
I want to challenge you this season to share the 3 T’s:
There are two times during the year (fall and spring) that I like to take an inventory of eight all-important areas of your life and do what I call “The 8 F’s of FITNESS.”
Ultimately anytime is a good time to do “The 8 F’s.” Fitness isn’t just about physical health. Fitness is about holistic health. That is body, mind, and spirit. Take out a pen and paper and write down three things you can do to improve these critical areas.
Let me ask you a few questions. Do carbohydrates make you fat? How was fat added to your body? Is sugar the culprit that makes us fat? Is the Atkins diet the way to go?
Last time we talked about an overview of metabolism, what your basal metabolic rate is, why just using the scale isn’t the best way to measure progress, and why maintaining or adding lean body mass is so critical to your metabolism.
What is a team? A team is a group of people working together toward a common goal. As I sit here and watch the Ryder Cup, I watch the USA team and the European team battle it out, it reminds me of how important teamwork really is.
I have a number of teams and so do you. My number one team is my family—my wife, my three children, and my other family members who support us. Another critical team I have is my team at Ramona Fitness Center. From the front counter staff, to the childcare, to the cleaning crews, to the
We are getting ready to kick off our semi-annual Ramona’s Biggest Winner program and we are excited to bring added value to this awesome life changing program. In order to see clients succeed and to make their experience at our club more than just a trip to the gym, we are including a six session nutrition, anatomy, biology, and education course through our Fitness University program.
Now you may have read my column before and how you CAN eat out and not ruin your eating plan. You can almost always make a somewhat healthy choice driving through fast food joints.
Is this the best? No. Is it optimal? No. Is it convenient? Heck yeah! Should you do it daily? No and it is not my recommendation to do it at all.
This month marked the 26th year that the San Diego Adaptive Sports Foundation (SDASF) organized and hosted the San Diego Junior Wheelchair Sports Camp.
Each August SDASF offers a unique opportunity for children ages 4-18 with a physical disability to attend a five-day adaptive sports camp. Sports offered include basketball, hip hop dance, tennis, archery, rugby, soccer, physical conditioning, and more. Organizers explain that the goals of the camp are to help establish the building blocks of an active life through the introduction of adaptive sports and recreation.
My family and I were headed on our annual summer RV’ing vacation and at the point on the road that the traffic gets congested and the kids get restless, I plug my iPod in and turn on an audio book. On this vacation I decided to finish one of my John Maxwell books, “Failing Forward.”
We’ve all experienced setbacks, tragedies and problems. Life is full of them.
The last week marked the halfway point of the year. I remember my time as a defensive end as a RHS Bulldog two quarters down and two to go. We’d head to the locker room and coach would give us a halftime talking to in hopes of inspiring some fourth quarter heroics and team play. He would speak of where we were lacking and remind us to get back to fundamentals of the game.
Now is the time for you to stop and take an inventory of the current status of your life. What areas should you take a look at? Start with these 5 Fundamentals of Life: your heart, soul, mind, strength, and nutrition.
My team and I are honored to be working with both the Pop Warner Football Summer Camp and The Bulldog Basketball Camp. I want to thank Coach Dave Reichner and John Pecararo for trusting me and my team with their athletes and their sports conditioning.
Our goal in working with athletes is to take whatever sports they are playing and make them one degree or one percent better. What we ask in return is that they give that one degree more effort!