Week in Review 12-22-17December 22, 2017
Avoid going from 0-100 (and back to 0)January 2, 2018
2017 has flown by…what a fun year it’s been! Throughout the year, many people in the world of fitness and nutrition put out amazing content. Here’s a small compilation of my favorites from this year. Enjoy!
My Favorite Articles
It’s easy to get bogged down in what the scale says, but it doesn’t always give us good feedback.
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.
Being aware and informed about health and wellness is important. The million dollar challenge for many is turning it into action. Jill Coleman’s article offers some great situational examples of how to get it done.
While it’s nice to have access to a fancy gym with an array of gear, you don’t need much to get your home gym up and running.
Pull-ups are one of the most challenging upper body exercises. Here’s 3 simple tips for helping to you to increase your reps.
Social Media Gems
My beautiful wife (and mom to be) enjoying Halloween!
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
If have just 10 minutes to spend on the internet today then stop reading right now and go watch this video from @DrRickRigsby.
Having fun in the snow:
Don’t stop and don’t quit - find a way to do something exercise related…