Happy New Year Everyone,
Thank God for allowing us to see another year. I personally want to thank each and every one of you for your continued readership of “Born To Move” Magazine. We will continue to provide you with information that can potentially change the way you view health and fitness. So, how’s your health? Have you made any New Year’s resolutions? Don’t be scared. Set realistic goals. A wise man said, “Write the vision and make it clear.” So write down your goals and review them daily. It may not be easy, but living and breathing them every day will make the difference.
How about learning something new – for starters, we have a “A Pinch of Technology” and “How Can You Combat the Job Market’s Perception of ‘Old Age’, Part 3, Your Education is Outdated”. Want to strengthen your body “Kettlebells” or “Chair Exercises” may be the answer. Sometimes we need a new attitude or confidence in the way we look… try “Beauty Bits” and then we may want to encourage ourselves by reading “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Part 2.” (Parts1 and 2 of these articles can be found on www.borntomove.org)
Janice Wallace, personal trainer and group fitness instructor extraordinaire, is in the region and has shared her story with us for our featured interview. She will be more than happy to help start you on the good foot to a health and wellness regime tailored to your specific needs and desires. Of course we have to give you a new recipe to try, “Lazy Greek Baked Chicken”. Sounds good? You may want to improvise some of the ingredients to be consistent with your new healthy eating while also remembering PORTION CONTROL. Speaking of portion control, we have an article on “Do You Know What Counts as a Cup?”
In providing tools, thoughts and exercises, our goal is to make a way for you to enjoy your new phase of life independently, with clarity of thought and with the activity of your limbs. Strength and power in the mind, body and soul is the name of the game. Seize many opportunities, don’t doubt and success can be yours.
Have a Healthy and Prosperous New Year,
Regina M. Jeter