In the past week
I’ve never heard of these but I’ve told myself to get back into running this year. I think I’ll give this a try. I already have a meditation app and I did a quick search and it turns out that there are running and walking meditations in it that I didn’t even know where there. Thanks for pointing this out.
<span style=”color: #4a4a4a; font-family: ‘Open Sans’, sans-serif; font-size: 13px;”>Lutein and zeaxanthin. Definitely those. Others like zinc and selenium are a bonus, too, but definitely those first two.</span>
I gave myself a fresh start in October and I plan to do the same thing for November. I’m finding dates to go “ok…the past is in the past, let’s move on”. I know we should do that every day, but I work better with deadlines.
It is if there is enough space between people. If it’s a pretty much empty pool and you really don’t have to get close to anyone, it should be fine. I wouldn’t go in if you had to be anywhere near anyone else though. Also, don’t use the change rooms.
You could try splitting your walk into two pieces. That way, even if you get hot, it’s for shorter and you get to recover sooner. You can do one early in the day when it’s cooler and then do your later one but it’s shorter.
When I was a teen, I used a piece of lemon and rubbed the juice on my skin and let it sit for a few minutes before washing it off with soap. I dont know if that was just a myth or if it helped, but that’s what I did. In my imagination, it helped haha.
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