Traveling And Staying Fit

Most of last week, my wife and I were in Arizona visiting our son, Arece, his wife, Emily and our two grandkids, Lincoln and Ruby.

Arece is training to run the Rock & Roll Marathon on January 15, 2017 in Tempe, Arizona. I loved seeing him run and, really, that did a lot to motivate me to keep up with my “training.”

During our visit, we tried not to overindulge or overeat. Knowing that sometimes, when we’re on vacation, we “treat” ourselves more than usual, we paid extra attention to what we were eating.

I also was able to get in NuStep workouts during our trip. My sister in-law, Rebecca Lindstrom Anderson, lives in Westminster Village in Scottsdale, AZ. In their wellness center they have several NuSteps. So every morning, I began my day with a NuStep workout. It always amazes me that NuStep recumbent cross trainers are in so many facilities all over this country.

I use interval training when I work out on the NuStep . I get my heart rate up, then bring it down, then back up again. This workout was specifically designed for me by NuStep’s Corporate Trainer, Jeff Yeakey. The important thing is to just keep moving.

I benefit from using my NuStep in so many ways , but my favorite benefit from my NuStep workouts is that I’m able to keep up with my grandkids. They have so much energy and they are constantly moving.

I just want to be healthy enough for my family. That’s my biggest motivator and that’s what keeps me NuStepping. It doesn’t get any better then that.

Life is Good.

Stay Healthy My Friends,

This Week’s O’Nealism:

“We can’t control some things in life. So the most important thing we should control in our lives is our Health.”

See you next week!

O'Neal Hampton

About O'Neal Hampton

After being diagnosed as a type 2 diabetic and weighing 420 pounds, O’Neal Hampton Jr. became a contestant during the 2010 season of NBC’s "The Biggest Loser." It was then that he was introduced to NuStep. Through the O'Neal Hampton Wellness Foundation, he educates others on the value and importance of exercise and nutrition. O’Neal Hampton Jr. is a NuStep spokesperson.

One response to “Traveling And Staying Fit”

  1. hi i had a stroke about 10 yrs ago, at 44 yrs ago. i went to 140-145 lbp to 280 i have had it, my phyical had the nustep & loved it so i’m going to 3wks. my quietion for is what is the right time to do it.

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