One of the most unique and stunning lines I’ve ever had the pleasure to climb.
This indoor bouldering workout left me feeling pretty (okay, very) sore and tired, but it was so fun while it lasted. A couple days later, I still feel psyched about it and am looking forward to the next one (tomorrow?).
One of the best ways to make sure you’ll stay active and fit is to find a type of exercise that you will personally commit to over the long term. This might mean trying something (or some things!) new, signing up for a class, finding an exercise buddy, or hiring a personal trainer.
If you can find a form of physical exertion that you actually enjoy, so much the better. You’ll come to look forward to it, as I do — or at the very least, you’ll look forward to how awesome you feel post-exercise, even if your workout leaves you worked and sore.
For more on this, check out Why endorphins (and exercise) make you happy.
“We are all playing our edge. We are all approaching the unexplored where real growth occurs. The object is simply to become more aware, to have more life to live in each moment, to be fully alive.” (from Guided Meditations, Explorations and Healings, by Stephen Levine)