Saturday, January 09, 2010

Hundred push ups report

Well, I did my initial test to see where I was at tonight. I opted for knee pushups since I've been in better shape and I don't want to try to do too much, discourage myself, and then do nothing (gee, has that ever happened before?)

The results?


Probaby could have done more if my life depended on it, but 13 had me sure I'll be hurting a good way.

Hundred pushups, here we go!

Sending love and light,


Photo by Stephanie

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Call to Action

I received this in a Leo Quinn Newsletter. I like the way he thinks.


*Within 6 weeks I will do 100 pushups
at one time. I'm following the plan at

I'm doing this for two reasons: 1) I will
be stronger at the end and I'll have a
terrific sense of accomplishment, I think.

2) They've laid out a simple step by step
plan, that frankly, makes it look easy.
It takes at most 10 minutes a day and
we get every other day off!

Nothing to buy or sign up for so check it out.
You in?

*When setting your goals make them ACTION
goals rather than result goals. For the most
part we can control our actions but we can't
control the results we get from those actions.

So instead of making it a goal to weigh X pounds
by a certain date, make your goal to exercise
a certain amount of time each week and limit
your calories to whatever makes sense.

Assuming you've done nothing like this before,
you will lose weight, but if you don't hit your
goal weight when you had planned that might
discourage you.

Set action goals for fitness, savings, income,
relationships, debt or anything else you'd normally
set goals for.