Setting the Pace for your Health

Hey! Everyone:-)

Thanks so much for all your comments and feedback, means so much. I have made some big changes this year to my eating habits. I started to eat clean (no more junk food) taking better care of my body. If your following me on twitter you know all about my 21day eat clean program it was not easy…but I am happy to say…I did it!

As we move into the 2nd month of the year be encouraged my friends make a positive change, set the pace for your health, family and life. You can do it!

Healthy Reflections:

Exercise can be extremely uplifting! Marathon runners often talk about a “runner’s high.” Not only does working out help your physical body become stronger and more resilient, but it also has many pluses for your mind. Taking time out of your day to exercise gives you a chance to let go of your worries, calm your mind, and concentrate on one thing–which seems impossible to most moms! Running works for most people, as you can set the pace and distance to suit your skill level. Start slowly by doing a combination of stretching, walking, and light jogging. Then gradually work up to a routine that elevates your heart rate. Be careful not to start out too fast–it might lead to discouragement and muscle soreness that will make you never want to put on your running shoes again. Pretty soon you’ll be able to intensify your workout to incorporate quicker paces and longer sessions. Endurance and setting a healthy pace are keys to long-term success.

By Andria Thompson Posted in Change

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