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Fear Factor

I just got home from tabling at an LGBTQIA event for my new employer in Philly. I was slated to do a short fitness routine to close out the program and I was really excited to share my "brand" of fitness with the attendees. I planned on rolling out our infamous Punk Rope "Wizard of [...]

By |April 26th, 2017|exercise anxiety|0 Comments

Getting Out of An Exercise Slump, Part 2

I've been following Leo Babauta's Zen Habit blog for some time now. I highly recommend it. Consider subscribing. This post is adapted from Leo's blog. Now here's Leo: I know a lot of people who fall into a slump, losing the habit of exercise. It’s hard to get out of a slump like that. It’s [...]

How to Get Out of An Exercise Funk

It happens to all of us. We don't want to get out of bed let alone go to the gym and work out or go for a run. Even a walk to the fridge might seem like a tall order. Recently one of my buddies had a bad case of the exercise blues and turned [...]

By |September 21st, 2016|exercise anxiety, mindfulness, motivation|0 Comments

Get Motivated to Move

The always wise and informative Eric Barker recently blogged about the best ways to get motivated to exercise. You can read the entire post here, but we thought you'd like a summary. 1) Don't focus on the start of the workout: The beginning might be painful, but the rest of it can be great, especially [...]

By |July 24th, 2016|exercise anxiety, therapeutic exercise|0 Comments

Being Physically Fit Can Boost Emotional Resilience

This post is based on a blog post written by Eric Barker. During my 7+ years of teaching Beastanetics, the one component of the program that has led to more anxiety than any other is the 400-meter run. Some of my students have been absolutely petrified that they couldn’t do it without stopping midway, or without vomiting (and [...]

By |May 26th, 2016|exercise anxiety, mind-body connection, running|0 Comments
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