Exercise is a great asset to a healthy lifestyle. But, for some of us, exercise can become a compulsion, a way to “fix” our body image or a way to burn off calories after disordered eating.
I spent over ten years teaching fitness classes in gyms across the country. I love to exercise but it grieves my heart to remember the number of women who were in that room for only one reason: They wanted to look hotter.
God honors our desire to be good stewards of the body’s he’s given us. As 2 Timothy says, physical exercise is of some benefit. We shouldn’t avoid exercise, but we do need to keep it in it’s proper place in our lives. These posts are related to that.
Spinning, (group indoor cycling if you are unfamiliar with the term), is somewhat of a complex sport for a newbie. You have to get "set up" on your bike, learn the hand positions, and try to get a grasp on ...