I really enjoyed this video in the series. If you have not followed along, John hates meditation, so this video brings in Josh Sundquist, a Paralympian, who discusses his practice with fitness, and focuses a lot on the M in his fitness acronym (JERM). It is also just inspiring to see how this person rose above his physical limitations, even at such a young age. It makes me feel lazy…I need to go workout…crap…I am at work.
I never assigned myself an acronym, but this is really the core of my daily practice. I do not always write everyday, but I rely on it heavily when my mind is feeling full and jumbled (I should really do it everyday). I exercise daily. I have a reading schedule and try to read a little bit every day, even if it is just 20 pages or so. And I meditation daily, generally twice a day.
I think I am going to check out Josh Sundquist’s channel as well.
I debated posting today’s 100 Days video…especially since it might make this week my first three-post week., but I really liked the focus on exercises that could be done with little to no equipment (I saw a couple moves I might have to steal), as well as the mention of doing moderate exercise regularly. Note that the moderate regular exercise will give you the health benefits, but if you are trying to gain strength, gain definition, or lose weight (though weight is lost in the kitchen, but burning more calories through exercise helps, both through the instant burn of cardio and the increased metabolic rate resulting from an increase of muscle), more workout is necessary.
A couple of YouTube personalities I follow (you may have heard of the one, John Green, author of The Fault in Our Stars) are going to spend 100 days, starting on January 1st, to make “lasting, meaningful, healthy changes in their lives.” It looks really interesting. In this intro video, John mentions meeting with a dietitian, a trainer, and a psychologist, as well as doing meditation, obstacle courses, rock climbing, ecc. I might post a few videos if I find them really helpful, but otherwise it might be good to follow and watch (no, I am in no way affiliated, I just think it looks really helpful and interesting) for inspiration and information.