Who is Bodynsoil and MPowerU2.Fitness?
I am Bodynsoil and a Vermont girl who has been involved in fitness, health and organic gardening almost my entire life. Hence BodynSoil which is physical fitness and organic gardening. I started this blog due to all of the wonderful information available, I needed a place to store it for easy reference. Saving articles here for myself and you too; I hope you enjoy this information as much as I have.
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My goal for myself, and others, is to live well and be happy. This isn’t to say that I believe that life should be perfect and without “bumps” in the road. I do try very hard to not become overwhelmed by the details of day-to-day living and enjoy the big picture, smell the flowers so to speak. My routine chores are connected in such a way that they work on helping the inner self. I firmly believe that we should eat “close to the earth” and that we all need to exercise both our physical body and our minds.
Growing up a pseudo homesteader started my interest in gardening and healthy living. Gardening and exercise are the things that occupy much of my free time. Exercise can take many forms: Yoga to improve flexibility, strength training for physical health, cardio for conditioning, and meditation for calming. I have been weight training for 30+ years, doing many forms of cardio training.
The beauty of improving your cardiovascular fitness, and/or weight training, is that you can start at anytime and continue into the twilight years of your life. Beyond the fact that you will look and feel better, you will use your muscles to create wonderful lifetime benefits.
While I, Bodynsoil, still spend an exorbitant amount of time in my gardens, 2012 brought a change in the form of joining a CSA program. Due to our soil conditions and some irritating gardening problems (blight, drought, grubs and temperature variants out of my control for example) I wanted to supplement my existing garden. While the CSA isn’t organic, I like to support my local farmer and get produce freshly harvest. When selecting I keep to the non-pesticide approved choices list. After our first year, our future garden plans will lean towards growing organic veggies found on the dirty dozen list and to harvest more items to be canned for future uses..
If you have any questions on how I can help you reach your goals feel free to contact me and let me help you too.