Fear exists! We know that some physical activities elicit fear in our minds and bodies. But instead of letting the fear take over, let's flip the script and look at it a different way. Lisa will share with you her recent experience with fear and how she overcame it.
Have you ever heard of the Jar of Life?
It is taking a large jar and filling it up with your priorities. The large items go in first, then the smaller ones and then finally the tiniest ones fill in the edges. A simple search online will give you examples of using rocks, stones and sand to act as your priorities as you fill up your Jar of Life.
In this video, Lisa spins the Jar of Life on its head (well, not completely!) and demonstrates not only the physical activity guidelines but also helps you plan how to fit in all the pieces (and priorities) of YOUR physical activity.
For the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines, go to:
When we think of moving more, we can often think about heading to the GYM for a workout. For some reason physical activity and exercise is associated with having a gym membership and only being able to be physically active if we actually set foot in a gym.
In today's video, Lisa shares some of the struggles people have with attending the gym and 4 different ways to get your physical activity and exercise out of the four walls of the dreaded gym. 😫
In today's video, Lisa describes three ways she is thankful for her physical activity and exercise routines. It is very fitting as it is Canadian Thanksgiving this weekend! 🇨🇦
🧐 Questions to ponder:
👉🏼 Why are you grateful for your physical activity?
👉🏼 What has physical activity, sport and exercise given to you?
Having the mindset of "Everything is Figureoutable" can help our physical activity behaviours in numerous ways. From the non-intending physically inactive person to the intending regular exerciser. Join Lisa as she unveils which book she thinks can help you succeed in your physical activity pursuits.
Watch for an upcoming video that dives deep into the concepts from the book!
Who would have guessed what I could learn from my first grader's homework!? You can learn too!
In today's video, learn how our emotions play in the choices we make about our physical activities. Are your emotions dictating which physical activities you do or don't do?
Comment below what physical activities make you feel HAPPY, SCARED, NERVOUS, and FRUSTRATED. Use the worksheet below to help you list where physical activities for YOU align with your emotions.
Your Emotions and Physical Activity Choices Worksheet: http://bit.ly/2mklJaF
What I Learned in the First Grade...About Physical Activity PART 1: http://bit.ly/2m5oLiW
In this video Lisa shares her son's grade one worksheet and what we can learn from elementary school curriculum. Principles important to kids today but also for adults too!
Comment below what the kids in your life would say are "active" choices versus "passive" choices.