Flashback to 2013 when I heard about a Blogging challenge via Twitter. I had an upcoming long journey and very less time on hand hence scheduling and planning posts was difficult. I managed to complete the entire challenge but looking back I notice that it was a 'topical' cocktail. Successive posts were not really related to each other. many of them were related to trees but that was unintentional.
So this time around, I have decided to go with a theme. I had three lists on three different topics with 26 posts from A to Z. Naturally X, Q, Z were mean customers but I did manage to find something reasonable. The only task now was to zero in on a theme. Should it be Nature or Trees or Travel?
A quick study of my blog clinched the issue.
Despite being a physiotherapist, I have hardly any exercise-related posts.
That's right, 2014 April AtoZ will find me blogging about exercising for fitness. I want to share ideas, tips and dos and donts that I have gained from my practice. Exercising should be fun, something to look forward to each and every time and should not end up hurting the joints and muscles and ligaments. Trust me, the words "too much of a good thing is bad" apply to exercise too! I plan to focus on getting the best out of a workout and do so without hurting oneself.
The AtoZ guidelines suggest posts of 100-300 words which means I may not be able to write in depth about any topic. In fact some of them are eligible for full fledged research by themselves. There is plenty of stuff that one can read online but I am sure you can learn something useful here.
If you are among those exercising regularly to stay fit, you know where to go everyday of April 2014 every time you go online. Those who are just starting out or want to/plan to start exercising will hopefully find something interesting here as well. If not, it will be good fodder for coffee-table discussions!
See ya'll around!
Disclaimer: All suggestions are general in nature. Readers are advised to exercise caution before implementing them and seek expert advise about what is suitable for their specific needs.