21 Nov, 2006

Breathe…eat.

Posted by: Rochelle Rice In: Life

Thanksgiving.  Breathe…eat.  A wonderful time of the year to enjoy family and friends but the abundance of food can be overwhelming.  So how do you make this year different?  Add a little humor to the day by recognizing all movement as part of your Thanksgiving “workout.”

Reaching for plates, bowls, pans and dishes for food = increased range of motion!  Down to and up from your chair = modified squats!  Raising your fork or wine glass = bicep curls!  Pushing yourself back from the table = bench press!

Increase your awareness over the course of the day by adding this humor to your activity.  It may help to slow you down just enough to take a breath, feel your body and recognize you may not want to continue to a “food hangover” feeling on Friday. :)

Have a wonderful holiday!       

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Rochelle Rice, MA, is a nationally-recognized speaker, author, and educator. She is the President of In Fitness & In Health and the creator of the Plus-Size Exercise Technique, which was designed based on her concerns about the inordinate stress put on thinness in our society, rather than fitness.

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