The Internet is a treasure trove of information and content. Here’s a sampling of health and wellness related items that caught my eye this week. Enjoy!
High achievers often possess three key traits that drive their success. Those same traits must be present for anyone who desires to improve their health and fitness.
Your mindset and ability to manage expectations are important when forming an exercise program. Here's a great example of how to make the switch from couch potato to fitness buff.
Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, but you have to find your sweet spot to avoid overtraining.
I'm not a coffee drinker, but perhaps I should start…
Consumption of dark roast coffee brew (500 ml/day) for 1 month caused a 23% reduction in DNA damage which is known to accelerate the aging process and can lead to cancer (randomized controlled trial). https://t.co/phSzWAJei6— Dr. Rhonda Patrick (@foundmyfitness) January 14, 2019
Do 80% consistently and be happy, healthy and successful
I'd rather you hit your nutrition 80% than 100%.— Jordan Syatt (@SyattFitness) January 15, 2019
At 80% you can go out, enjoy yourself and not get obsessive with every single calorie.
Your progress will be slower. But it will be more sustainable & enjoyable.
100% on point with nutrition isn't perfect.
"Keep going", whether you're 14 or 41. And, if you have the opportunity to help keep someone on the path, do so. https://t.co/zFDwuzY3c8— Vitalifit (@Vitalifit) January 16, 2019