How I Finally Became Consistent With Exercise Despite My Chronic Pain

Staying consistent with exercise can be hard for a lot of people but for those with chronic migraines or any type of chronic pain it can be more difficult and many people avoid it because of the fear of physical activity triggering pain. For years I was that way and avoided exercise it was to … Continue reading How I Finally Became Consistent With Exercise Despite My Chronic Pain

Lessons I Learned From Working Out With YouTube

Disclaimer: I am not a fitness professional and these are just some things I have learned from experts on Youtube. Everything written in this post should be used for informational use only and never substituted for professional advice. When you have a physical disability working out can be a struggle because not all your muscles … Continue reading Lessons I Learned From Working Out With YouTube

Reaching Fitness Goals When Your Disabled

When your disabled setting and achieving fitness goals is more difficult than if you were abled. This past week I achieved a fitness goal that I have worked on since 2011, I can do a plank with proper form! You may be thinking that a plank is not that hard but for me, it was … Continue reading Reaching Fitness Goals When Your Disabled

Why Don’t I Workout In A Gym

When an abled person works out they may have certain days where they work out certain body parts. That may not be a very good strategy for a disabled person if all they can work out is their upper body. Every day would be arm day! When you go to a gym there is very … Continue reading Why Don’t I Workout In A Gym

How To Stay In Shape On Vacation When Your Disabled

Going on vacation can be fun but at the same time very stressful if you have worked very hard to achieve a goal. Staying in shape on vacation is more difficult when you are disabled than when you are abled. Here are some of the ways I stay in shape when I go on vacation. … Continue reading How To Stay In Shape On Vacation When Your Disabled

How Schools Can Adapt PE For Disabled Students

When I was in high school I was required just like everyone else to take a pe class to graduate. I have always been passionate about fitness and struggled with finding ways to stay active because of my disability so when I heard about adaptive pe I was hopeful. After I starting taking adapting pe … Continue reading How Schools Can Adapt PE For Disabled Students

Alternative Fitness Trends You May Have Not Tried

This is a sponsored post that I received a small compensation for. I am sharing this with you because I felt it could benefit you in some way.  When most people hear the words workout or fitness the first thing that comes to mind is walking, running or treadmill workouts and that immediately discourages them … Continue reading Alternative Fitness Trends You May Have Not Tried

Red Flags Of Fitness Professionals

This is a sponsored post that I received a small compensation for. I am sharing this with you because I felt it could benefit you in some way. Starting a fitness journey is never easy! Sticking to a fitness routine takes a lot of hard work and dedication which most people struggle with so sometimes … Continue reading Red Flags Of Fitness Professionals

How To Slowly Get Into A Fitness Routine

*This is a sponsored post that I received a small compensation for. I am sharing this with you because I felt it could benefit you in some way.* We are all conditioned to go beast mode in our workouts but sometimes something in life happens like you get a permanent injury and are unable to … Continue reading How To Slowly Get Into A Fitness Routine

Four Things Disabled People Can Relate To About Fitness

Whenever my abled friends are talking about fitness they always stop talking about it when I enter the room because they think my fitness regime is totally different from theirs’s and that I can’t relate to it. Yes, there may be some things I may not be able to relate to but there are a … Continue reading Four Things Disabled People Can Relate To About Fitness