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!
Anyone who knows me or has trained with me knows that I love the battle ropes as a go-to tool for training shoulder strength and endurance, along with general endurance. Stack.com has a short video with some easy to implement battle rope variations.
My colleague at Excellence In Exercise, Katie Jensen, just started a series called 21 days of healthy habits at her blog Plants to Planks. Great stuff here – give it a read!
Along those lines, finding a healthy meal when you’re on the go is often challenging. Precision Nutrition created a handy infographic with some ideas about how to structure a healthy meal or snack in a variety of scenarios.
Simple, yet excellent advice for the 40+ crowd (of which I’m almost a member!)
Wanna train past age 40, 50, etc? 1) make it a priority 2) use health, fitness, and some vanity metrics 3) weave into overall lifestyle 4) enjoy process 5) don’t get hurt.— Bryan Krahn (@BryanKrahn) November 8, 2017
You’re not always going to feel motivated, as former Navy Seal Jock Willink points out:
Aftermath.— Jocko Willink (@jockowillink) November 9, 2017
You won’t always feel like getting after it.
Which has nothing to do with getting after it. pic.twitter.com/immPbZ2CVM
My wife Andi, aka. La Jefa, gives us a great stability ball bench press demo!