Archive for December, 2011

Raising the Bar for Fitness “A New Years Resolution”

Posted: 30th December 2011 by E.J. Reeves in Uncategorized

Raising the bar certainly sounds like a nebulous resolution. So nondescript, who can tell if you even tried? There is no specific, definable goal or time frame to the resolution but never the less this is mine for 2012. We often get tied up in the mechanics of fitness but miss the essence of it. […]

Surviving the holidays

Posted: 22nd December 2011 by E.J. Reeves in Uncategorized

This time of year we all tend to eat large meals with family and friends. All the goodies with people we care fore make for a great time. The only down side is we might tend to think that extra helpings, smothered in gravy and the ever inviting couch is now our preferred lifestyle. […]

Bigger Arms at Any Age

Posted: 16th December 2011 by E.J. Reeves in arms

My vacations consist of a warm climate and a resort that I can enjoy in my bathing suit. On one such occasion I was approached by a reasonably fit man who said “I have one question for you.” Now this man did not introduce himself nor have we spoke at any time previously. This man […]

A Fitness Lifestyle

Posted: 5th December 2011 by E.J. Reeves in lifestyle, motivation

The stated mission of Easyeffort is “Fitness made easy to afford, understand, maintain and improve.” This philosophy was born out of a successful personal fitness experience. An experience that I wish to duplicate with as many people as I can reach. Affordability This is not to be confused with the cheapest product on the market. […]