Three generations of healthy women discuss exercise and motivation
"I was that kid who always answered the superpower of choice question with “to be able to fly”. I loved riding my bike as a kid & trying to take my hands off the steering wheel for one daring minute to feel the sensation of wide open in the breeze. I also love being on the back of a motorcycle for that flight feeling when you close your eyes."
5 Strength Training Myths Facing Women: Debunked.
Everyone has an opinion when it comes to lifting weights. Do you lift heavy weights? Light weights? Do you lift with higher reps or not all as a woman? In honor of May being Women's Health Month, we've gathered and debunked 5 strength training myths facing women.
Episode 3 of Lori's #FitToFly challenge touches on something we can all relate to. How are we supposed to make time for our fitness when we don't even have time to tackle the pile of laundry that's completely redefined the purpose of the accent chair in the corner of the bedroom?
For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to sky dive.
Which is kind of weird for a girl who used to take a deep breath before jumping off the short retaining wall with her brother as a kid. I just don’t like falling. But somehow skydiving is different. Even though it’s a serious fall, it’s also an incredible one minute of FLIGHT.
Ten years ago, then-24-year-old Brett Workman was rushed to the hospital for the fight of his life. Extreme stomach pain associated with complications from that which would later be officially diagnosed as Crohn’s disease, warranted an emergency appendectomy. Brett was given a 40% chance to live through that first night in the Intensive Care Unit. Just having found out a couple weeks before that his wife was pregnant, Brett channeled all his willpower to make it through those long hours, so he could be a part of his daughter’s life. He had more living to do and more he wanted to accomplish. Brett refused to let this be the end for him.