At what point can someone call themselves an athlete? After they win something other than a finisher’s medal or a personal best award? After a coach calls them such, as if knighting them with a PVC pipe? Or is someone an athlete simply by giving their all when participating in a sport. Is a participant, Read More
Remember, “brave” is a verb. It seems we often forget that. It’s clearly an adjective, a state of being courageous. Or a noun, both as the title of a fantastic movie and–though dated in use–as a person. More importantly, it’s a verb. To brave misfortunes. To face a person or circumstance with courage; to overcome fear(s). Why more importantly? Who cares about what part of speech “brave” is? Anyone who is afraid of something ever, I would imagine. So, everyone. If you think about “brave” as a verb, it compels you to act.
Diets do not work in the long run. You may have already figured that out, but haven’t truly figured out why they don’t work and how to get out of the cycle and sustain your weight-loss success. Let’s do that now.
Most of us would answer, “Absolutely!! Of course music improves my workout!” But, physiologically speaking, the jury is still out. That’s right, studies show mixed results as to whether music directly affects people’s strength, stride, intensity, and speed.
And there’s the catch, “directly”. Read More