“When we meet real tragedy in life, we can react in two ways--either by losing hope and falling into self-destructive habits, or by using the challenge to find our inner strength.” ― Dalai Lama XIV A good friend emailed me today and said she'd been checking my blog and asked why there had been no posts recently? … Continue reading breathing.
The thing about training, specifically strength training; it teaches you who you are. There are no excuses, no slacking off, no snow days. If you have not been doing the work, the reps, the math, the training, you will be met with like in/kind. There are no Cliff Notes in barbells and bumpers. Rather, if … Continue reading Barbells and bumpers
I'm an event planner. I plan large events. I have spent the better part of the last eight months planning a large gala-type event that will be taking place on Monday. It's been a lot of late nights and weekends recently. It gets to the point, as the event gets closer, that I start to … Continue reading Funneling all possible Scenarios
I was discussing the 90 day challenge with a coworker today and we got on the discussion of water, and the copious amounts it is deemed to be healthy a person should drink per day. Me: Crossfit says, you should drink half your body weight, in oz. Co-worker: You say that a lot lately, 'Crossfit … Continue reading ZuZu says…