Failed dieting and exercise regimens are the true unwanted occupants in our kitchens and on our neighborhood walking trails. There is a way to prevent the trail wreck.
Everyone sets New Year's Resolutions, even if you don't talk about it. How was 2016? Let's talk about that!
Thanksgiving is a flat tire event for nutrition. Do you fix the flat or blow out the other 3 tires?
Fitness and Food apply to Christians. In America, we suck at treating their bodies as temples. Here is my story about trying to make a difference.
I had been skipping out on weight training. Boy, oh boy, was that dumb!
I love the visualization created by a "race car." It not only exceeds the speeds of anything that you and I drive, it also has a lot in common with human body when asked to perform like an athlete. Imagine if this race car, with all of its performance expectations, had some sub-standard components installed on it. … Continue reading My Race Car
Am I eating something that my grandparents could have prepared and eaten? If yes, then it is worth consideration. If the answer is no, I am eating a fad food….not a good idea to follow fads.
When are you a redneck? Hopefully, not when doing your job!
Over the last few months, Linda, my wife and I have been teaching a course called Faith, Food and Fitness. We made our own curriculum but we used contents from all the books and magazine articles we've been comparing over the last year. We have a couple of assumptions that we have built the … Continue reading Faith, Food and Fitness
It is called a bucket list for a reason. They are the items that we have always wanted to do, but have not been prioritized, so they sit in a bucket that has a label that reads “one day, I will get around to doing this,” We all have a bucket list. What is in … Continue reading An Ultra Day…