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Ten days deep into 2014: how’re those fitness resolutions coming along? I know it’s tough, but don’t let it weigh you down. Speaking of being weighed down…

I’ve been reading a lot about the stress gravity puts on our backs 24/7. Sitting for hours in our cars and at work doesn’t help the situation; it just puts pressure directly on the base of our spines. Not cool. Here are a few things people are doing to counteract the negative effects of gravity.

1)      Sleep more (I told you naps were ‘in’ this year). Specifically sleep with just one pillow. The closer to ‘flat and horizontal,’ the better. Here’s why: while you sleep, your back gets to take a break from holding you up all day, and the fluid (I hate that word) between your vertebrae gets replenished.

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2)      Hang out. Have you seen those late-night infomercials where they show elderly people hanging upside-down to relieve back pain? Well that’s basically a more extreme/fun way to amp up the fluid (gross) fix I talked about above. My trainer told me that I can get similar results hanging from my arms, right-side-up, on a chin-up bar. Don’t worry, I’m not suggesting you do a chin-up, ‘cause I know I can’t do one.

3)      Back abs. I know there aren’t abs in your back, but there’s an exercise that’s a lot like crunches—except you’re face down. I call them “cobras” because you lay on your stomach and lift your top half repeatedly. Working your lower back will help you combat gravity. Google it or ask one of the trainers you see around the gym. You pay for that membership; they can at least give you advice on how to work out safely.

Hang in there,

Richy T.—Time to try defying gravity.

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I know that 2/3rds of the country is hashtag: Frozen right now; so I understand why people are more worried about keeping warm than looking cute—you know, in the YouTube videos where they toss boiling water into the air and it freezes instantly. No for real, it’s a thing, see here Polar Vortex Problems.

However there are some other “cool” things happening this season, and pastels would definitely be one of them.

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Ok; I admit it’s been a few hundred hot minutes since my last Fitness Friday post. I wish I could say I was busy hitting the gym and avoiding junk food, but the charges on my credit card bill prove I’ve been avoiding the gym and hitting the junk food.

So, I’m joining forces with those whose 2014 resolution is to get healthy and fit—whether that means exercising more, eating better, or pretending to be optimistic.

I’ve done some research and found a few tips that should help us restart on the right foot.

  1. Start small. The last thing you want to do is push yourself too far one day and then use it as an excuse not to push at all for the next three. Just think, “I’m gonna walk for 30 minutes, and although I could probably do more today, I’ll save a little something for tomorrow.”   Obviously you’ll ramp up over time,
  2. Along the same lines, don’t suddenly starve yourself. It doesn’t take much to reduce your calorie intake. Here’s what my trainer told me: be conscious of what you eat all day—I write it down. Pick your favorite meal and eat the less-healthy foods then. Over time, you’ll consume fewer cal’s during the splurge meal and throughout the day.
  3. Get some sleep. This year, sleep is not just for nighttime; numerous studies indicate that naps help you feel better, think better, and look better. I came across an article that suggested you keep naps under 20 min or over 2 hours. I’ll be testing that one, for sure.

Richy T.—Napped through 2013; ready for 2014