Capable Fitness

Being confronted with adversity in your life is inevitable. Just keep in mind that it does not have to defeat you. Adversity is often short lived. Giving up is what makes it permanent. As a certified fitness professional, this blog is my way of helping you feel capable of anything.

ME, on social media. In case you’d like to do some further stalking.

Dear readers: Are you a Facebook user? I invite you to go to my Capable Fitness with Gail Facebook page and click the “like” button. That LIKE button is right there on my cover picture of me and Seamus O’Malley.  You can instantly go there right now by clicking this: You’ll find doable exercises, delicious recipes, actionable fitness advice, inspirational messages and some laughs as well, all delivered to you on a daily basis. I’d love to have you on board as one of my “fans” and hearing what YOU would like to see on my page.

I’m also a regular contributor to The Mighty. You can find my articles here:

This is my private Facebook page, but I post lots of public items. I’d be glad to have you as a follower.

Here I am on Instagtam:              73727_452970808777_93000_n


7 thoughts on “ME, on social media. In case you’d like to do some further stalking.

  1. Thanks for liking my last Blog Post. Just reading the Titles of your Main Pages made me laugh. Then, subsequently and rather immediately question the humour of my own.

    However, my entire Blog needs a total overhaul. Nobody is even Commenting or Following the fucking thing anyway. Whatever. The Blogosphere is totally fucked up in it’s own right.

    Or, rather “way?” Because there really isn’t ANYTHING right about it.

    I don’t think I need to apologize for swearing here, because you swear too. Plus, I strongly believe in Free Speech. Even if it’s wretchedly, unpalatable.

    Also, I think we have kindred qualities: being absolutely ridiculous simply to amuse ourselves. Acting so benignly bizarre, yet it’s EXTREMELY rare to find anyone to understand us. So much more.

    Thus, things get quite boring, so we “choose” to live in the Multiverse. And laugh “forever” at Schrödinger’s true paranoia.

    So, it is my pleasure to meet you. Although, I do have a question. You’re not on Twitter are you? I don’t use Facebook.


    All the best, and take care of your joints, tendons etc. Buy new shoes regularly.

    Oh, you know all of that business!

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    1. Nope. No twitter for me. I’d likely get thrown off within two weeks. I am on Instagram though. Are you? No, you don’t have to apologize for swearing. Sometimes only a good swear word will do, non? Why would you write that no one is following you? You have over 2,000 followers! You can count on me to comment occasionally, if I have something to add. Anyway…cheers and blog on!!!

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      1. Hi Gail. I meant Followers and Comments lately. I’m not a Stats Whore anyway so I really don’t care. *laughing*

        This crazy thing has been up for 9.5 years. I just haven’t been writing a lot for a long time.

        So Twitter would be Social Media Overload? Ironically, I feel the same about Instagram and Facebook. Also, I’ve got several reasons for staying anonymous–although that has been slipping away somewhat over so long. *laughing*

        Oui. Swearing can be very therapeutic at times!

        Thanks for the Follow and a question about something I put up on Twitter. I was looking at Fitbit Watches/Bands. I know others are out there too.

        Overall, are they useful? I’m looking at the everyday, not training or anything, because of illness blah, blah…but a couple of the high end Fitbits in that Category seemed interesting. What do you think?

        Thanks and look forward to reading more of you!


        1. It’s not that Twitter would be social media overload. It’s just that I tend to rant on current issues and it would probably get me in trouble. I feel like I am living in a Kafka novel most days. Right is wrong. Common sense is disregarded. Everyone gets offended at everything and no one can disagree without being disagreeable.

          Personally I am not a fan of fitbit. I have had numerous friends that have told me that they constantly break down. Having written that, the company is outstanding at replacing them free of charge. However, I don’t want to have to go through that. I use a Garmin watch when I run. It is the Garmin Forerunner 235. It records your heart rate at the wrist so you don’t have to wear a chest strap, which I loathe. I’m am a stats person when it comes to my running. I love to know my route, my pace, my heart rate, my elevation and my splits. Yes, I have a huge problem, but at least it’s not crack cocaine. Small victories.

          At the end of the day, it is really what you need it for. If you are interested in tracking your steps in a day, what your sleeping patterns are and a few other things, a fitbit would do that for you, and you’d probably be be very happy. For straight out running, I’m on team Garmin.

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  2. Hi Gail! Thanks for liking one of my posts on Inch by Inch with Rachel! I’m looking forward to reading more about you!

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