Monday, July 24, 2006

Health and the Writer by Camy Tang

Whether you’re a writer who also works a full-time job or are a busy stay-at-home-mom, it’s hard to stay healthy. I researched and figured out a bunch of tips and tricks to help me stay in shape without carving out of my precious writing time. I also found some tips to help me have just general better health. Pick and choose which of these will work for you.

Fit at any age

This article,
“Fit at any age” by Raphael Calzadilla from
, is a good one not just for those in their golden years, but also for us who are not as fit as we’d like to be. He focuses on slow, controlled exercises, with emphasis on balance and flexibility.

Another good thing about the exercises is that they can be performed anywhere—in your office, in your bedroom, in the living room. You don’t need gym equipment. These light exercises are great during a quick break from the computer—not too time-consuming, not too difficult, but enough to get your circulation going.



Blogger Jim Thompson said...

Thanks for the link, Camy. Getting me to exercise is like pulling stumps. Maybe I can find some dynamite on that site.

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