This is a sequel to my last article about Intermittent Fasting. I want to share the meal plan I created for myself to follow IF. The reason being that I was not able to find an adequate example which would help me to better understand the approach. After researching and reading about the principles and how-tos, this is what I created for myself.
Okay, it’s been a while since the last post. But. But everything has it’s time and sometimes you can’t push too hard. Lately I was quite busy with some other, arguably, more important things in my life, thus the blog was postponed. It is just a matter of priorities and I prioritized. And now I just feel like posting about my progress again.
I believe that first of all people should work out in order to improve their health. Naturally, improving their physical well-being will also reflect on the state of their mind, thus improving their mental health as well. A very important aspect, if not the most important, is the exercise technique.
Recently, me and a bunch of my old friends had a nice hiking journey. In fact, we have it as a tradition. Back in the days when we were high school kids we started this habit. We had plenty of time during summer vacations so we thought it’s a wonderful idea to explore the beauty of Slovak nature. Slovakia may not be an industrial giant or too powerful country, but the nature that is on its territory is spectacular. Anyway, this year was an anniversary – 10th expedition since we started trippin’ every summer. As a destination we chose Slovak Paradise¹, a National Park we visited on our first hike.
I love music. Even though I cannot produce music, I love listening to music. I mean, today you can just hit a couple of tones and call it modern art. But no, I don’t have skills to give tones a proper form and deliver a track. A skill I always admired, wanted to have, but hated to sit on my butt and practice, thus it was obvious to give up on that dream. Of course, I am not saying never.
Now I want to share how important music is for me and the quality of my workout. I understand that everyone is different and some people just do not listen to any music, but there is one powerful psychological thing about it. And for that sake it is worth a try, or just grabbing the idea and applying it in a different, more suitable, way.
This post is opening the series that I will be writing about gym, fitness, workout and all related themes. It is dedicated to a single worst habit that people have when visiting a gym.
In my eyes this is the biggest roadblock for many people that holds them back from having solid, or any Progress. The same time it is probably the most stupid one, but fortunately it should be moderately easy to get rid of.