This one is all about you.
Three of your questions and ones which I think we’ve all had at one point or another.
How do I determine which weights are right for me? I realize that anything too light will not produce results, but I don’t want to hurt myself either.
I guess it is my way to avoid struggling to improve the area I know I will have the most difficult time with. How do you overcome this and work your weak points?
Diana, Amanda, and Meredith asked:
Some of us are still trying to shake off the mind set of all or nothing…that you need to work out like a mad woman to be healthy. How did you realize that you needed rest? How do you make yourself do it?
So there you go.
My thoughts on three common questions & struggles and now it’s your turn.
How do you make yourself train your weak points even though it’s far more fun to train other stronger areas?
How do you know when you’re lifting weights which are too light? too heavy? any tips for evaluating the difference?
How do YOU take rest days sans-guilt and, should you not be there yet, how do you plan to start s-l-o-w-l-y implementing days of rest into your workout routine?
please to hit us all up in the comments.
Have a question you want answered?
An entire genre of fitness or healthy living youve been missing up in herre?
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UPDATE: Looks like Ill be doing Dr.Rus’ radio show again.
Live streaming @ 840EST (& will also be recorded/available later should you have a burning desire to hear me stammer & miss it live).
Once on the page, click LIVE TALK button.
What are we discussing? Your guess is as good as mine…but it’ll be my-running, movies, cold weather workout SOMETHINGS related.