FitLabPGH Lab Lessons 17:24 Show Some Perseverance

Labrador Lesson from FitLabPGH:

Show Some Perseverance.

Sometimes your movement plans get disrupted…when they do, keep moving. Our first attempt to hike the Meadow Mountain Trail in Deep Creek Lake State Park was thwarted by thunderstorms. Attempt number two was cut short because Lisa forgot to bring water on an unexpectedly warm day. The third attempt was a success, and we’re now including this trail in our regular movement routine. If at first you don’t succeed, try, and try again…and again.

Move more. Move often. Show perseverance with your movement.

 

FitLabPGH’s Movement Tips & Labrador Lessons 16:24


FitLabPGH promotes #movementisalifestyle with weekly movement tips & a Labrador Lesson.  This week the Labs say Include Your Dogs in Your Spring Adventures

Our Movement Tips: Move With What You Have & Make Your Movement Mindful

FitLabPGH Lab Lessons 16:24 Include Your Dogs In Your Spring Adventures

Labrador Lesson from FitLabPGH:

Include Your Dogs in Your Spring Adventures.

Spring is a great time to get outside for long hikes, bike rides, and runs. The Labradors would like to remind you that your dogs also like to participate in Spring adventures. If your activity of choice isn’t dog friendly, consider adding a shorter dog walk to that day’s agenda. If your outdoor activity IS dog friendly, remember to bring dog snacks and water if necessary.

Move more. Move often. Include your dogs in your Spring adventures.

FitLabPGH’s Movement Tips & Labrador Lessons 15:24


FitLabPGH promotes #movementisalifestyle with weekly movement tips & a Labrador Lesson.  This week the Labs say An Imperfect Walk Is Better Than No Walk

Our Movement Tips: ANY Day Is A Good Day To Move Outside & Invite Friends To Move With You

FitLabPGH Lab Lessons 15:24 An Imperfect Walk is Better Than No Walk

Labrador Lesson from FitLabPGH:

An Imperfect Walk is Better than No Walk.

The Labradors were looking forward to a weekend of hiking the hilly, rocky trails of Western Maryland. Instead, they found themselves in the Pittsburgh area, and wet trails meant no hiking in the woods. They could have complained, or refused to walk, but they got outside and enjoyed a walk with their human staff on the Montour Trail.

Move more. Move often. Whether you’re a dog or a human, remember an imperfect walk is better than no walk at all.

 

FitLabPGH’s Movement Tips & Labrador Lessons 14:24


FitLabPGH promotes #movementisalifestyle with weekly movement tips & a Labrador Lesson.  This week the Labs give use 3 Dog Walk Essentials

 Our Movement Tips: Take The Opportunity to Explore & Enjoy Your Surroundings

FitLabPGH Lab Lessons 14:24 Dog Walk Essentials

Labrador Lesson from FitLabPGH:

Dog Walk Essentials.

The Labradors rely on their “staff” for planning and executing their movement activities. They would like to share their top 3 essentials for dog walks. 1. Leashes and collars (so the staff doesn’t wander off). 2. 💩 bags (leave no trace). 3. A positive attitude…meaning a dog walk is all about the Labs…not about Ben’s Strava achievements.

Move more. Move often. When you move with dogs, put their needs first.