Yuuugggg. Sounds like a chore.
And it absolutely will be until you find something you truly enjoy.
The Simply Luxurious Life blog recently posted an article called, The French Way: How to Create a Luxurious Everyday Life, and one of the items was such…
11. Design a workout regimen to look forward to. Whether you enjoy exercising outdoors in Mother Nature or attending classes lead by instructors that inspire you and classmates that boost your mood, explore your interests and community to see what is available and what captures your needs and proclivities. Most people after having exercise will tell you that they feel better, energized and less stress, and if you can bring that into your everyday life, everything will be affected in a very positive way. (Revolver Yoga Studio, Walla Walla)
I implore you to really think about this one. No, it doesn’t mean running if you’ve been there, done that, and despise the thought of lacing up your Nikes. No, it doesn’t mean joining a gym if you’ve tried every workout class ever created. No, it doesn’t mean going for a hike if you have nightmares of running into a bear. It does however mean trying a variety of activities until one sticks, and it won’t stick until you love it. This could take a lifetime for some, and that’s ok, but don’t shy away from a little exercise perseverance. More exercise = more of these…
Description: So simple, o-m-g so good. Best served warm with a simple salad and creamy dressing.
2 cups old bread (I used a French baguette)
1/2 tsp dried chives
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1. Cut up bread into cubes.
2. Mix together oil, chives, salt and pepper.
3. Brush over bread pieces until saturated.
4. Toast in toaster until golden brown.
5. Serve warm!
“I consider my refusal to go to the gym today as resistance training.”
My workout regiment of choice? A little bit of this…