As a health and fitness specialist one of the complaints I often hear is “I would love to exercise regularly, but I’m just too comfortable with my lifestyle. I can’t seem to make it a habit.” Follow these steps to master the fitness habit: Continue reading
You come home from a long day of your favorite physical activity. Perhaps you just did sprint intervals through Golden Gate Park, hiked up Cowles Mountain in San Diego, or did a lap around the Slickrock trail in Moab. You’re tired and sore. You just want to eat something and go to sleep. Suddenly you remember: you made a date with your neighbor for dinner! It would be rude to cancel at the last minute. What do you do!? You get in the shower and turn it on. The hot water relaxes and soothes your body, loosening your muscles. You reach up to the shower knob, and turn it to its coldest setting. Icy water cascades down the back of your neck, your skin tingling with the sudden change in temperature! Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhh you think to yourself. This feels great! You turn the water off, and step out of the shower fully charged and ready for your date.
Sound crazy? Perhaps it is, however contrast showering has many benefits, including Continue reading