7 Reasons To Start Bike Riding
One of the first things that I did when I started my fitness journey was to start riding a bike. Today it is my favorite form of exercise and has been instrumental in my weight loss journey. So what are you waiting for? Get a bike and hit the road. (Click on the image to go to the story from Women’s Health)
My Fitnes Pal
This website and mobile app is a great tool to assist you in losing weight and watching calories. I started using this app at the end of July after I plateaued with my weight loss. Once I started tracking my calories I realized where I could make some changes in my diet. And it helped kick-start my weight loss again. You can also interact with other members and track your exercise. It’s a great tool in your health and fitness arsenal. To learn more click on the picture.
Here’s the link to my Kona Inspired video on Facebook. In order to vote for me you will need to log in to Facebook and then click on this link. (https://apps.facebook.com/konainspired/?x=us_facebookapp_119_4) Please click the link, watch my video (make sure you are viewing my video), and select “Vote For This”. If I’m one of the top 8 voted videos, I will win the chance to compete in the Ironman World Championship in Kona in October. Thank you!
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.
CYCLEMETER by Abvio
This is an excellent app if you want to track your workouts. I downloaded this when I started my weight loss and fitness journey last year. I use it for cycling, walking, running, and anything else that I want to record. It keeps all of your workouts, syncs to DailyMile, and posts to Twitter and Facebook. The coolest thing is that once you start a workout, it will post a notice to Twitter, Facebook and DailyMile (if you choose for it to do so) and then when people comment or reply, Cyclemeter will actually speak the comment to you. Talk about motivation! It’s awesome. It also allows your spouse, or significant other, to track your progress in Google maps, so if your “dot” stops moving they can know something is wrong. I HIGHLY recommend this app or any of the sister apps, Runmeter or Walkmeter.