by Sue Emerick
Top ten things I have learned:
• Better health and wellness comes from making daily decisions
• Think small when getting started on the path toward fitness and lifestyle changes. A short bike ride is better than no bike ride.
• I have never regretted getting out and doing something no matter what the challenge was to getting started. Fending off magpies while riding a bike is a very big and unusual challenge.
• Friends and family make the whole thing a lot easier.
• Stretching and fascia rolling are essential
• The 100 day challenge helped broaden my thinking to include things like art and literature for a more healthier living.
• Having a regular exercise class that you can easily attend and enjoy helps a lot.
• Think creatively and change things up a bit. It is fun to try new and different sports.
• Think young.
• The Fitness journal has helped me keep track of what I have done in a day.
and for continued success
• It is up to ME to make it continue to work
• Take on new challenges. For me it is an appointment with a nutritionist.
Thank you once again