Are you a “Weekend Warrior”?
It’s when you save your best all me time to get physically active. Perhaps you get one or two workout sessions during the week, but come Saturday (or early Sunday) mornings, afternoons or even evenings, it’s your time to go full out.
Outside activities are encouraged wholeheartedly, especially now during the summer months. However, watch your weather temps and choose wisely the time of day to exert yourself.
Boot camps are both challenging and rewarding; there are many different types to choose from in your area, inhale fresh air during your sweat. Go swimming! Don’t have a pool? Find a friend or family member who has one (crash/invite time) or treat yourself or family to a weekend hotel stay and jump in.
Find a 5k run/walk.
Want to go mild in movements; get in a Yoga or Pilate’s class for strengthening stretches and power breathing.
(You can join me for my Cardio-Pilates class…it revs the heart up and leaves your body refreshed.)
Well, get a buddy and start planning some “out of the box” fun every weekend.
What’s your jockey jam event for the weekend that’s beyond the gym treadmill, elliptical rider? Talk to me.
Judi Rodgers is a certified “Lifestyle Fitness Coach” (fondly known as “Coach Judi”) who has been called to lead and support others in the arena of Health and Fitness. For more fitness tips & to check out her upcoming events, classes, etc. visit her Facebook page: J. R. Fitness Coach
We’re back with an all new broadcast hosted from Italy, so join me for the 40th episode/installment of “Networking @ Its Finest” now being featured exclusively on “Networking @ Its Finest” BlogTalk Radio… Tune to hear my Hot-Off the Press Interview with one of Networking’s Finest & new Blog Contributors: Fitness Coach, Judi Rodgers! “Coach Judi” (as she is fondly known) has been called to lead and support others in the arena of Health and Fitness. She walks with passion this path; an insightful journey to share the importance of being responsible for one’s well-being and to live strong while serving our families, communities and others in labor and in the leisure of life. As a certified “Lifestyle Fitness Coach”, her frame of work fulfills roles and appearances as conference and workshop speaker, class instructor and personal fitness trainer. Coach Judi has taught programs in churches, fitness studios, at health events, on college campuses along with corporate and private coaching. Her platform is designed to give each individual three main elements: Fitness, Inspiration, and Transformation (F.I.T.) from the inside out. She shows individuals and families how to lead conscientious well-balanced active lives that entail having a healthy mind, body and spirit. Her knowledge and experience in health and wellness conditioning has been called upon with appearances on Atlanta Alive TV57, TBN “Our Town” and Comcast TV “Express Yourself” segments. She has written various articles on the topic of living fit for community newspapers. Coach Judi also believes in wellness through outreach in serving families’ in health and fitness through food distribution and donations to those who are sick, recovering and or bridging the gap. It is her sincere belief that “We must do our part in being good keepers of our bodies designed by our Master Creator. It is He, “Who wishes that we prosper and be in good health even as our soul prospers”. Coach Judi resides in the metropolitan area of Atlanta, GA and delights in her life roles of being a mother to one son, a career woman, sister and friend to many.
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Networking at Its Finest w/Sandra Sawyer, Esq. NOW broadcasting from Italy via N@IF BlogTalk Radio
My visit to this must-see region in Northern Italy was amazing with stops/sightseeing in Pisa, San Gimignano, Siena & Florence… a plethora of historical sites, art & a beautiful countryside to explore; it’s definitely worth your time & worth seeing! NOTE: Some pictures of Renaissance artwork portray nudity and may not be suitable for all audiences.
Leaning Tower of Pisa (& its campus)
San Gimignano: View of the Town & Beautiful Tuscany Countryside
Siena: Duomo di Siena
Siena: Piazza del Campo (Siena Square)
Florence: Duomo (Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore)
Florence: Accademia Gallery (Home of Michelangelo’s David)
Florence: La Petite (Restaurant)
A visit to Italy’s capital city of Rome (Roma) to celebrate the new year… a plethora of historical sites definitely worth seeing!
Kudos to the WordPress.com stats helper monkeys for preparing this 2014 annual report. The success experienced this year would not have been possible without you, our supporters (special guests, followers, guest hosts and listening audience). Many thanks for a great 2014… Looking forward to an even more exciting & greater 2015!
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A visit to the loss city of Pompeii… a historical site definitely worth seeing!
Villa of Mysteries & Garden outside with Pink Rose…
Structures Outside/Before entering the ancient city of Pompeii…
Inside the ancient city of Pompeii…