Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Dear Swaggies!
I have completed my second workout, which consisted of my lower body. So legs, basically. It was a little easier tonight, for whatever reason. My legs have always been stronger than my arms, so I guess that contributes to it. I think I am going to up the weight that I am working out with, since I think doing as much as possible, without hurting myself obviously, would be a good idea. Seriously, though. Everyone should have some sort of listening device, whether it be an iPod or a Walkman. It just makes things so much easier and fun. Tomorrow night I work on my upper body and abs again, which is needed. A lot. Until tomorrow, Swaggies.
Voyager out.

Monday, February 27, 2012

The 1st Workout

Hello my Swaggies! Just minutes ago I returned from the first workout in my 30 day workout experience, and let me tell you, it was kind of rough. I have not partaken in a decent workout since the beginning of the school year, and it was just a couple of days. Psychologically, I feel pretty good after my workout, it is nice to actually get out and do some decent work for once, which is a stark contrast to my normal day. Hopefully this attitude will persist through the entire 30 days. Talk to you tomorrow Swaggies.

Voyager out.

English Class: Where it All Begins

Hello Swaggies (That's you, the person reading this)! I hope all of you are having a wonderful day. I am doing well, thanks for asking. Today, I start my 30 day workout routine. I just wanted to take a couple minutes of your time to tell you what I am doing, and why I am doing it. I am going to be working out on a daily basis trying to improve my physical fitness. What I am trying to accomplish is understanding the psychology behind motivation and self-concept after doing some sort of physical exercise. By the end of my 30 days I want to be in better physical shape, but more than that, I want to help you, the Swaggies, with finding your own means of motivation for working out. I leave you with a quote from Mary Kay Ash: “Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as you mind lets you. What you believe, you can achieve."

Voyager out.