Category: Core Strength

Recovering From Injury – Rehabilitating the Soul – Part 2

So I hope yesterday you became convinced of that forgiveness is more about our own well-bring than it is about someone else and what they did. For when we release others from the wrong they committed against us; when we give up our desire for revenge, it’s actually ourselves whom we are setting free. We ...

Recovering From Injury – Rehabilitating the Soul

After my workout at the gym one day, while doing a routine stretching exercise, I heard a snap. Immediately I felt a sharp pain in the back of my leg. I knew instantly I’d pulled my hamstring. Serious? I was being careful! I was doing everything right! How did that happen? I wanted to scream. ...

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Cross Training

I try to workout at the gym everyday. So varying my exercise routine, or cross training, can help me stay physically challenged. Experts tell us, if we do not modify our exercise routine, our body adapts to the repetitive training within six to eight weeks, and we will most often reach a fitness plateau. It’s ...

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Imperceptible Strength

  Before I pulled my calf muscle yesterday, I had started back at working out after, as I said, a three year hiatus. (I went back to school fulltime and got a job….to help pay for the schooling.)  Until that time, however, I had routinely worked out for eleven years, 5-6 days a week.  That’s ...

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Woundedness

So I just got back from my New Year’s resolution trip to the gym. Or should I say, “hobbled” back. In the first five minutes of Zumba, technically the “warm up” portion of the class, I heard and felt something “snap” in my left calf. Not good I thought. Then came the searing pain. Sauntering ...