It's been a while since I've seen a good film. I remember the days of "Dead Poet Society" and "Goodwill Hunting".
The other night, I was browsing through movies on my 30-day trial Netflix account when I stumbled upon the film entitled "School Ties". What caught my attention is how young and goodlooking Brendan Frasier was in this film. It also stars Matt Damon, Chris O' Donnell and Ben Affleck. (They were incredibly young-looking and gorgeous as well!)
I checked the synopsis and upon reading it, I just clicked play.
I was a skinny kid growing up. I really didn't get into weight lifting until I was 18-years old and I am glad that I did. I bulked up and learned how to eat right and have some kind of a discipline in living a healthy lifestyle.
However, weight lifting doesn't give you much time to be outdoors. And it could get boring. We need a break once in a while from weight lifting and the besting thing that I know is to find an outdoor activity you enjoy.
I've taken up golf before but got away from it simply because I got way to busy with work, school and the gym. During the summer time however, I try to mix up working out with outdoor stuff.
Since I let golfing go a few years back, I also sold my golf clubs and golf putters. I figured that I probably won't take it back up again. But it's summer time and I am itching for that break. I need an outdoor activity that would break up my routine in going to the gym, day-in and day-out.
Would golfing be a good alternative? I love getting up early in the morning and going to the course. The serenity is much more of a bonus to me in an open field like that.
How about you? What do you do to break your workout routine? Any suggestions?
I've decided to be healthier after watching a documentary on Netflix last week. It was totally unexpected. I saw a film entitled: Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead. After I saw the documentary, I logged on and bought myself a juicer. Not only do I expect to lose weight but I also want to become healthier.
The question is, can I drink (alcohol) while on a juice fast? If you're not as gung-ho (read:crazy) like me, you may still be able to drink alcohol and still be healthy. There are properties in wine that are beneficial to us. It's always been said that wine has an anti-aging property called reservatrol. There are health benefits to drinking wine. And since I'm going to be on a liquid diet for the next 7 days, maybe a glass of wine or two won't be that bad.
Mondays are a drag. For some reason, I can sleep well any day during the week except for Sundays. I always find myself tossing and turning on Sunday nights - - and I suspect only one thing. I don't drink coffee after 3:00 p.m. on Sundays, I avoid all forms of caffeine. I try to take my shower early so by the time I head to bed at 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, I could relax and hopefully fall asleep before 11:00 p.m.