I am having a pain in my right heel. . . . I walk my dog 4 times a day and get over 10,000 steps in a day but lately, the right heel is causing a lot of pain. I want to do more (light jogging) but fear that I may make the pain worse.
My favorite has to be running it allows me to relax and become at peace with whatever is going on in my day. I can completly focus on my breath and how i am feeling at that time. For me its a reset. I recently started a strength conditioning program and would love some insight on protein supplementation.View Thread
Keeping motivated is the key to reaching goals and a healthier longer life. My motivation is my family and my...
Posted by An_262078
Keeping motivated is the key to reaching goals and a healthier longer life. My motivation is my family and my health. If I am not trying to better myself and get healthier I feel I am putting a burden on my family. If something was to happen to me that was preventable with better choices wouldn't that alone motivate someone to make the changes now? That's what is driving me to exercise more and watch what I eat. My family is also my driving force. I owe it not only to myself to be happier and healthier but I owe it to them also. I am already feeling better about myself and I have only been getting serious about this for about 2 months. I have more endurance and better attitude and I only get to work out about 4 times a week and about an hour each session. But that is not including the extras with walking, biking, and hiking I try to do. Also chasing the kiddo around helps. I hope this helps someone else with a different way of approaching their goals and just becoming a better you!View Thread
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