The other day was thinking about my eating, exercise and lifestyle and decided I would put together something called a Fitness Profile. While the term isn’t new by any means, I wanted to share mine. Basically, a fitness profile is a profile consisting of some general information then followed by eating style, exercise regimen and goals. I also added in mental fitness regimen (how you exercise your mind) and mental fitness assessment. As I always say, this blog and fitness in general is about mental and physical fitness.
So I figured why not start with my own?
Name: Marc Applewhite
Location: New Jersey
Weight: 297.8 (last I checked)
Injuries/Illnesses: Slightly high blood pressure from time to time but not dangerous levels
Exercise routine: Running 4-5 days a week, calisthenics for strength training
Physical fitness assessment: Considered obese, slow runner (about a 14 min. mile), weak muscles, novice in all areas. Cardiovascular endurance and fitness are priority.
Goals: To train for my 2nd marathon, be under 240 pounds by early January
Mental fitness: Positive outlook, motivated currently but lacking in discipline and consistency, sharp, quick-thinking, performs well under pressure, memory is sharp but can be cloudy sometimes
Mental fitness routine: Puzzles and brain games, chess, informative and self help books and podcasts, self-education, motivational speeches, running and fitness communities
That’s my fitness profile….what’s yours?
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