“Hello, this is the Fire Department.” “Hi, this is Kasey. This may seem like a weird question, but do y’all have any old, out-of-commission fire hoses?” Yes, this was a real phone conversation. Yes, it was a weird question. Yes, I ended up with two fire hoses. For free.
Sometimes I play hide and seek in big department stores. As in, the things I need on my list are hiding from me while I look up and down every single aisle in the store, sometimes more than once. I might as well use those errands to get my 10,000 steps. But finally, finally, I… Read More DIY $25 Suspension Trainers
My dad kicks butt. Besides having a metabolism faster than Usain Bolt, he still runs three times a week at a pace that puts me out of breath in the first five minutes. Maybe it’s the ex-military in him, or maybe it’s a clue that I need more cardio, but he gets it done.
I’ve always been fascinated by health and wellness, but never really became passionate until I came to college as a Kinesiology major. When you’re interested in something, the more you learn about it, the more passionate about it you’re likely to get. Unless maybe if you’re obsessed with something like a TV show and you… Read More Four Principles of Training
You’re an explorer, stepping out into the great unknown. The land before you is unfamiliar, yet you plunge ahead. You’re on a mission to make contact with the natives’ headquarters in an effort to start a friendly relationship. Boldly, you cross the threshold into an unfamiliar world, but now you lose confidence. The natives all… Read More Exploring the Realm of Fitness (Making Goals)
Have I mentioned that I often ride my bike to and from campus? Oh, and when I say bike, I don’t mean the cool, loud, revved up motorcycle. I mean Wal-Mart Schwinn mountain bike. The only engines I have are my own two legs. It’s a great way to exercise, but sometimes I feel sorry… Read More To Bike, or Not to Bike?