Week Recap and Fit Fluential
Monday – ran 3 miles
Tuesday – ran 4 miles
Wednesday – cross training
Thursday – ran 5 miles
Friday – ran 5 miles
Saturday – ran 9 miles
Sunday – cross training with yardwork
I ended my week with 26 miles, which is still low for my training plan. This week I hope to add a few more miles with running and biking.
I announced last week that I was accepted as a Fit Fluential Ambassador. I wanted to share with you what they are all about.
Their website explains it like this:
FitFluential is the perfect combination of fitness and influence. We understand that fitness has many different definitions. It can mean walking, jogging or running. It can mean working out at the gym or to a fitness DVD at home. It can mean competing in bodybuilding and figure, or marathons and Triathalons. It can be Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, or Kickboxing, MMA and CrossFit. A fitness approach to food can be vegetarian, Paleo, Flexitarian, Pescetarian, High-Carb, Lo-Carb, Clean, High-Protein, Lo-Fat, Lo-Cal, Raw, or Vegan. It can mean any combination of the above and there is a new approach almost every week.
FitFluential is all about balance.
We deliver positive messages of health and wellness, but we also promote maintaining a healthy balance. Too often, people view fitness messaging as restrictive and harsh. We showcase how anyone can incorporate habits that will improve their overall health and well-being.
Fitness is all about fitting in to your LIFE. We’ll focus on four primary areas in everything we do: Eat, Sleep, Move, Enjoy.
- Eat– the fuel our body needs that tastes great and helps us reach our goals, whether it is weight loss, building muscle, or learning to eat a more sustainable diet
- Sleep – the importance of rest in getting fit cannot be disputed, and you must get enough sleep so your days are energized
- Move– from walking to bodybuilding, from Crossfit to yoga, let’s move and keep our heart and body healthy
- Enjoy– life must be enjoyed and there are times when a cookie or a cookout and a day off is just what you need.
By focusing on these four components of a healthy LIFE, we promote balance.
So, needless to say, I am very excited about this opportunity and very excited to share it with you! It’s Monday, so let’s put everything behind us and start fresh!