Where Do We Go From Here?

As we kick off another work week, I realize I’m beginning my third month of being out here in the blogosphere. So I thought this was a good time to ask you, my readers, where you’d like things to go from here.

Please feel free to send me your fitness-related questions or topics for discussion by simply leaving a comment at the end of this post. As you can tell from what I’ve written so far, I believe there are so many components to fitness that go beyond the walls of your neighborhood gym or the path of your favorite hiking trail. The choices we make ranging from what to wear when we workout to what to drink at happy hour can affect our overall well-being.

Don’t be shy! If you’re curious about something, chances are someone else is, too. Would you like more music lists or information about specific areas of exercise? As I’ve said before, while I can’t promise to have the answers immediately, I’ll be more than happy to do a little research, ask opinions of my more experienced peers in the fitness industry and let you know what I find.

I’ll close by thanking you for taking the time to read my blog and for supporting me in this adventure. If you’re a “repeat reader” and haven’t subscribed to my blog yet, perhaps you’ll do that today. (If you have, perhaps you could ask a friend to do the same!) All you have to do is click on the “Follow Blog” icon at the top right hand corner of this page and give your email address. (It’s free!) You’ll then get an email asking you to confirm you signed up and that’s it. You’ll be notified every time I post something new.

There are icons on my blog’s home page to help you follow me on Facebook and Twitter, and I also just launched a the LauraDLovesFitness channel on YouTube. Again, I thank you ahead of time for checking out my material and for spreading the word that together, we can all enjoy a lifelong journey to have fun, be fit and feel fabulous!

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Posted on October 17, 2011, in Fitness, Health, Nutrition and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Laura, I’d like to hear your thoughts on “muscle confusion.” This is a key concept in the Supreme 90 Day type workouts–and those by Tracy Anderson–but I’ve also read recently that it’s a myth and that it does not help you get in shape any better or faster.

    How often do you change up your resistance workouts?

  2. I don’t have anything specific but I like when you talk about the anatomy and the various muscle groups–how they work together, how they weaken, how they can be stretched and strengthened.

    I think our anatomy is absolutely fascinating and when I can picture them working together it enhances my work outs and my ability to achieve correct form.

  3. Hi Jen, Thank you for your continued support of my blog! I agree, the human body is an amazing machine, and it can work so well when you allow it to. Even when we don’t, it somehow “finds a way” to work, but of course, we can end up paying a price for those compensations. This was integral in my studies through NASM, and I will gladly share some more insight on proper form and function in future posts. Stay tuned…

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