Goooooood Morning readers! We just survived our annual mid-March snow extravaganza. The power promptly went out and we listened to a podcast about Pompeii by candle light. The fact that I didn’t leave the house yesterday normally would have had my eyes rolling into my head (the most common side-effect of cabin fever) butContinue reading “Surviving Barre Class”
Good morning! I am couch bound with a heating pad, and I’m getting pretty depressed about it. The pain in my back for the past two days has made day-to-day activities pretty excruciating. Why this sudden flare of pain? Well I couldn’t stop working out. After one invigorating and amazing session of mat Pilates IContinue reading “The Danger of Motivational Quotes”
Good afternoon blogging community… This is apparently my 50th blog post! Following up on my apparently concerning and potentially dramatic prior post about back pain…I have taken it upon myself to dive full force back into my Pilates practice. But Cammy, you do Pilates every day, what do you mean? Ah, well I’ve actually beenContinue reading “Morning Musings”
Good morning readers! I want to begin the story of my lower back pain. In the past I have detailed over my experience with injury, particularly that involving lower back pain. So many of us suffer from this condition, and in my experience really one of the most frustrating and painful experiences. My problems startedContinue reading “The Never-ending Story of lower back pain.”
Good Morning Class… Finding workout videos online is a tricky thing. I have personally been an avid youtube-fitness-video consumer for nine years, and I have to say that people have really picked up on this niche. Why pay and go to a fitness class when you can get sweaty at home in your pajamas inContinue reading “The importance of Fitness instructors, and the awesome supplemental power of online fitness videos.”
I spent the past couple of weeks recovering from a very annoying cold and arguing with the chillier weather and earlier sunsets (yes, arguing. I stood on the porch shaking my fist at the sky, yelling, “Whyyy!?”) Whilst preoccupied with this time consuming pursuit, I started focusing less on the things that make me feelContinue reading “Long-term Recovery”
Becoming one with the couch, some tea, plus a little productivity= a great Pilates flow.
Good morning Fitness Gurus, I wrote yesterday about setting Tiny Goals and how they help me accomplish bigger goals in the long-term. I find that smaller goals set you up for success as they are less intimidating and easier to accomplish, yet still give you that feeling of success once reached. Smaller goals help youContinue reading “Having a Fitness Obsession”