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Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it. Lao Tzu I can't believe another challenge cycle has spun around again. The new timeframe seems to be uncannily aligned with my life's rhythms, to boot. Life is frequently like that.Last challenge I learned much - so very very much - about how love is stronger than fear. It was a lesson I understood intellectually, but had no true grasp on, and I delved in to put the principle into practice.It was as hard as it sounds. At times, I could not imagine how to release the fear, let alone find the love, but it was
This challenge is inspired by heat conditioning research, see the video below. I tried a weight-loss goal last challenge and well... I learned that doesn't motivate me and I crashed and burned on that goal. I am all about feeling good. I enjoy how I feel after lifting and I enjoy how I feel when I am eating well and have lots of energy. When I am lifting I eat better and sleep better. My shoulder is still sensitive and improving. I am going to be easy with it and not push too hard. I am thinking working out twice a week, once during the week and once during the weekend. Maybe Thursday/Friday
hi. so in 24 hour fitness bonita branch in chula vista california... they have steam room and sauna... so which on is better? which one should i go in first and which is second.. the other is so dry and the other is steamy.. any ideas people? thanks!!!
How often can I use a sauna to sweat off a few lbs with out harming myself? I returned from a vacation 5lbs heavier than I left and when I returned I went to the sauna at my gym. After about an hour of sitting in the sauna, cooling down, taking a cold shower, and repeatinga few times I checked my weight and I was down a total of 2lbs. I really enjoyed my experience with the sauna and want to go again soon, but I am weary of using it too much and getting dehydrated. But I really, really want to do it again soon.