You and Sports | Montreal Journal

Place your priorities in the right places. It makes no sense to maintain the resolution from January 1st, and there is little chance of success. please think about it!

The day after a series of parties, overeating, cold, and snow, after everything is interrupted by physical and mental fatigue, this is not the time to embark on a tough change. It won’t work.

When is a good time? It’s now.

A simple walk

Finally, the heat, the good weather, and the very lush and beautiful nature provide ourselves in the background to play sports, relax muscles, and even tackle small bulges.

A simple daily walk will change your life. Most municipalities divide their budget into four to develop parks and trails. It’s up to you to run, “throw” the ball, pass with a soccer ball, and frisbee for free. Come on out. It seems to me that it was enough to be forcibly contained and placed in the corridor.

At your fingertips

Go buy your own bike. You don’t have to choose an electric gadget with 2000 piercings. Good bike … use as needed.

Discover a neighborhood you’ve never seen before. Not the Tour de France. Just a gentle walk spying on your neighbor.

Otherwise, just rent a Bixi on Saturday afternoon to discover Montreal and its myriad trails and corners. You will get used to it.

It’s a beautiful sport on TV, but it’s great to have fun and feel good about it. After sweating, reconnect to this special pleasure of taking a good shower. That way, cold beer will be better than ever.

The universe is yours, dive into it. Would you like to spend 5 hours at the golf course? Please spend an hour or two in the practice area.

bold? Try kayaking. We rent kayaks on some beaches of the river.

Go fishing. For example, near Saint Lambert, there are many people throwing lines from the coast, catching yellow perch and even walleye.

There are many places to enjoy a nice picnic with family and friends. We all have a camera on our cell phone, so take advantage of the opportunity to take beautiful pictures of your loved ones, and even your dog.

Get the information. There are many tennis courts near your home, very few.

gift

Do you like sports? success. Go to your measurements, depending on your abilities, but give a gift to your body. All you’re missing is a little self-kick on your butt to get started. I know you are tempted. You will not regret it.

The patio and terrace are all fine, but you need to earn them.

And yes, walking is a sport.

From the exclave


Shane Light

Photo QMI Agency, Dominique Chan

Shane Light

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