I have such a strange relationship with blogging these days, but not with writing. I have been writing quite a bit over the past year, but in a more personal way that I am still unsure if or how I will use that work.
As I have mentioned (for like three years now), I don’t know what I am doing with Beets Per Minute. On the one hand, it was my first attempt at blogging, and I met some great people through it and learned a lot about myself in the process. On the other hand, I have also been through some very conflicting things about myself both professionally and personally.
I love health and wellness. I have certifications and professional qualifications in massage, acupressure, personal training, nutritional therapy, fitness nutrition, eating psychology, and cognitive behavioural coaching.
Since making health and wellness a priority in my life after losing my father in 2011, I have stuck with always making time for fitness. I truly believe that fitness is my higher power.
On the days when I don’t exercise – even just a ten-minute walk around the block – I can tell just how much that impacts my state of mind and how I feel. It also affects the personal choices I make as a result.
It’s been a difficult couple of years for so many people for so many reasons. Sometimes I will be talking about the state of the world – waxing philosophical if you will – and the person I am talking to will say, “Girl, you overthink!”. And they aren’t entirely wrong. I do overthink things. I’ve always felt like an old soul and an emotional sponge for what is happening around me. I found a quote from Lykke Li that summed up this feeling perfectly,
There’s more discomfort being an old soul or a person who questions a lot of things. I’m young, but I’m old.
Anyhoo, I’m definitely overthinking this post, but I also think I am taking baby steps to get myself back into the world of blogging. I hav missed writing.
Now, for those of you who are like, “Shut up and give me my workout, please,” firstly, thank you for saying please and b, here is a workout for you to take to the gym or complete at home if you have a treadmill.
So, here is a total body conditioning boot camp workout combining strength and cardio interval training. I am loving these types of workouts lately and use them in between running and indoor cycle workout days. Let me know if you like it and do me a solid and PIN it if you feel like other people would like it too!
I hope to share more and be back with a post again soon. In the meantime, check out this guest post about the connection between stress and digestion.A total body conditioning boot camp workout combining strength and cardio interval training. Click To Tweet