Where Oh Where Have I Been? [+ Fried Zucchini!]
Where in the heck have I been??
Okay folks, I’m going to be completely transparent with you here. Since the last time I’ve posted, I’ve just been living my life – literally. That’s all. Once I was finally able to go into public places without a mask and gloves on and was able to get back into the gym, I’ve mostly just been focusing on getting myself back to where I was, and I’m still working on that.
I started back up with school at East Stroudsburg, and over winter break, while working on a coaching internship at Liven Up, I decided that I wanted to change my concentration to pre-professional therapeutic sciences (basically pre-physical therapy) instead of exercise physiology. This entails an additional 3 years of graduate school to eventually become a Doctor of Physical Therapy.
I haven’t had time to blog as much as I’d ideally like to because my primary focus must be school. I would love to spend my time creating recipes in the kitchen and creating cool infographics of workouts, but after working on lab reports and studying for classes, I have a hard time forcing myself to sit down at my computer and do it. In addition to that, I want to share high-quality, scientifically accurate information with you, and so to do that, I want to be as educated as I possibly can be. As a result, I spend a lot of my time studying and reading my text books and learning how to apply all of that knowledge.
In light of this, I’ve been doing more ‘micro-blogging’ on my instagram (@run2yourownbeat), where I’ll share more of my kitchen endeavors and what not and such which.
What can you expect to see here in the future?
Here it is – in writing. I’m setting a goal to write 2-4 posts per month (start small, right?) with quality information about fitness-related topics that will hopefully leave you with some little nuggets of information that you can (hopefully) incorporate into your life somehow. I’ll still probably include little tidbits about my life here and there – like the killer fried zucchini I’m about to show you – but the primary focus for now will be on fitness. If you have any questions or suggestions for my next post, shoot me an email at email@example.com. Don’t be shy! :)
This. Was. Delicious. And it was so very easy to make. I got the recipe from this nice lady here, but I made a few modifications. I used brown rice flour instead of all purpose, I used gluten free panko, and coconut oil instead of vegetable oil. Boy were they delicious..and addicting! But I mean..it’s vegetables, right? ;) That’s about all I’ve got for now. Bye!