First, I’ve taken a break from posting and producing videos. After the arm injury, my blood pressure whacked out. Not sure why: age, genetics, too much potassium, stress, or something else? Whatever the case, I’m on a medication for the first time in my 56 years and its equal parts humbling, and maddening. Maddening - [...]
Check out this video from Marsha answering questions about her journey and working out after breast cancer surgery. If you have more questions, leave them in the comments below and Marsha will answer them in a future video.
Ladies, you too can do a pull-up! A lot of women out there think they can't do a pull-up. I believe there are two main reasons. One is women have a lot less innate strength than men do in their arms. The second is subject I talked about in my post “I don’t want to look [...]
Hey everybody! Hope you all have had a great week! I’ve hit a bit of a plateau this week, and it’s all my own fault. I joined a gym last week because it’s starting to get dark earlier and I still want to get all my step goals in. My commute to work is an [...]
My name’s Marsha. I’m 46, a mom, a grandmother, a wife, a breast-cancer survivor, an IT professional, and a whole lot more that I’m NOT going to tell you about. Well, at least not yet – there’s a wink in there, I’ll guarantee it. Then I started with your level best, I weighed 201 pounds. [...]
Housework. Okay, so, it’s not glamorous. And, no one likes doing it. But, it doesn’t do itself. Yes? And, for those of you interested in fitness, you can make it a step-producing workout. Let’s break it down into its chief components for a two person, no child, no pet, household. I think you’ll see the [...]
Everything changes…. Live long enough, and those two words take on more meaning than most other words in the English language short of: I love you. I mean, I love my wife. I love my family. I love friends and I love experiencing life. But, sometimes, when everything changes, life hits back: hard. Recently, I [...]