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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!
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A recent study suggests that starting an exercise program might also prompt people to make healthier food choices.
Guys, your ability to perform 40 push-ups is more than just a strength indicator. Those can perform this challenge have a 96% reduced risk of heart attack, stroke and heart disease.
It's important that we listen to our body to avoid missing out on workouts due to injury. But, if the injury bug comes calling, here are a few actionable steps you can take to get back at it as soon as possible.
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Don't chase perfection or seek out "magic bullets". Keep your nutrition and exercise programs simple, executable, repeatable…
Simple, executable and repeatable > "magic bullets". The latter garners headlines, clicks and likes, but is fleeting. The former isn't sexy and requires discipline but delivers long-term, sustainable results. Establish YOUR process and ruthlessly execute it. https://t.co/dvf50gvXOz— Vitalifit (@Vitalifit) February 19, 2019
To wit, if you're weighing and measuring every food you eat, it might be time to simplify…
Newsflash: You do NOT need to weigh everything, or count out your almonds to achieve your goals.— Precision Nutrition (@insidePN) February 20, 2019
You just need to think about what you’re already eating, and how you could make it a little bit better.
Learn how to *sustainably* transform your diet ==> https://t.co/vKE0EcPq9j pic.twitter.com/VBS2Kik14T
Foam rolling is a great way to keep potential injuries at bay. Take care of your body!
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Want to stay in the game❓ Use the foam roller, both before and after your workout. Just a few minutes daily can have a major impact on how you feel and perform. Plus, you'll stay ahead of nagging pains that could threaten to derail your progress. Bottom line: A little self-care goes a long way! Today's video focuses on the IT Band. Issues here will commonly lead to knee pain, something we see quite often in runners. If that sounds like you, grab a Roller and follow along! For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org . We can help you to stay in the game❗️ . @excellenceinexercise . #foamroller #pain #kneepain #ITBand #runners #RunningMan #runningwoman #runninggirl #workout #workouttips #fitness #fitnesstip #feelingbetter #stayinthegame #progress