There are a lot of things that have changed regarding health recommendations and research since I graduated with an Exercise Science degree in 1998. My latest post gives three things that I used to believe that I don’t believe now.
This is part two of a three-part series on rethinking business travel policies and how to support your road warriors on the road.
Heavy business travel without some level of discipline and willpower isn’t healthy or sustainable. Eventually, your body may get used to going on less sleep, eating chemically concocted vending machine delicacies, and skipping your workouts.
You can make a big impact even with small physical changes like a standing desk, counter push-ups, and remembering to breathe!
Searching for some bite-sized nuggets of primo knowledge to help you declutter your mind, body, and life….one habit at a time?
Would you rather listen instead? Click here for the 3-minute audio recording. When it comes to behavior change, people fall into two camps. Those...
The Crossrope Get Lean set is a gamechanger if you enjoy jumping rope. The handles make it easy to switch between the 1/4 and 1/2 pound ropes. Having a little bit of weight to the rope actually makes it easier to use. Initially, I had also purchased the Get Strong set but found it too heavy for someone my size.- $99
I’ve been using the 5-minute journal app for about five years and recently switched to the paper version. If you travel frequently or take a lot of photos, the app may be the better choice. I bought the paper version in my 2021 quest to be more analog, and I enjoy it so much more. It creates more of a ritual at the beginning and end of the day instead of typing into my phone.
The Apollo Neuro is a scientifically safe and sound wearable device. It works by improving your body’s resilience to stress by training your nervous system to bounce back more quickly from the fight or flight mode.
Are you considering a home gym? Are you feeling lost without your gym membership or already dreading the winter when it's too cold or dark to work...
Think you can’t be healthy after 40? I’m more healthy now in my 30s and even my 20s. Here’s what I do for exercise, nutrition, and mental health.
What makes a healthy home office? Proper ergonomics is a given as is natural light and temperatures you can control. Step inside my office to see...