I had the opportunity yesterday to give a talk at work entitled “Taking Time For Your Health”. I think that so often we don’t take the time needed for our health and wellness, that it becomes an almost impossible goal. I’d like to share my presentation with you here.
Taking Time for Your Health
I hope you found that insightful; as always, I welcome comments and suggestions!
Just as with 2013, I had the same “heavy” goals for 2014 (and one more):
1. Run 1000 miles over the course of the year (races included)
2. Bike 1000 miles over the course of the year (races and trainer rides included)
3. Bike 100 hours over the course of the year (races and trainer rides included)
In 2013, I ran 571.61 miles and rode 773.23 miles. How did I do in 2014?
So after a three-month hiatus, FitKnight is back online for 2015. I figure, if nothing else, that it’s a great way for me to brain-dump on all my training and nutrition for the year. If no one reads it, that’s okay; if some reads it and finds it useful, all the better.
So please read if you have the time, comment if you feel something warrants it, and good luck on your own fitness journey this year!
I started this blog back in 2011, with the main purpose being to share my training and racing adventures, as well as my personal journey to improved fitness.
That being said, I think it’s time to move on. I’m still training and racing, but I think it’s time to let the blog go. I’d rather spend my time with my family, training, or relaxing, than freaking out and trying to remember to get a post done before Monday morning. That sounds an awful lot like work.
I’ll be leaving the site up and online until the end of September, at which it’ll go private (and you’ll have to have an invite and a WordPress account to read it). I’ll delete the blog completely by the end of the year (2014).
Thanks for your readership over the last three and a half years; I hope I’ve inspired, or at least amused, some of you. Best of luck on your own personal journeys and adventures, whatever they may be and wherever they may take you!
Okay, not really…I’m too old (the age cutoff is 30 with a waiver, and I’m waaaay past that). But as I was re-reading the article on combat sidestroke, it dawned on me that I actually could pass BUD/S initial physical screening test.
Who’d have thought?