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!
Have you struggled with diets and are in search of a better way? Perhaps it’s time to play the long game with a habit based approach to nutrition.
If you’d like to age well, both physically and emotionally, be sure to include strength training as a regular part of your exercise routine.
These 5 exercises are excellent for boosting core strength and stability. Cycle them into your program if you haven’t already.
Challenging the core with Offset Suitcase Deadlifts
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Depending upon your needs and goals, you don't always have to increase the weight to get a training effect. . In this case, I'm using an offset load to dynamically challenge the core during a suitcase deadlift. . . My body naturally wants to laterally flex and rotate, which I have to resist. . . #suitcasedeadlift #wednesdayworkout #deadlift #exerciseoftheday #betterway #exercisetips #vitalifit #educate #engage #empower #mensfitness #womensfitness
Taking care of yourself or desiring to better yourself is the antithesis of “self-hate”…
A client with obesity confided in me saying she feels guilty for wanting to lose weight.— Jordan Syatt (@SyattFitness) March 19, 2019
Because many have told her wanting to lose weight is a sign of “self-hate.”
That. Is. Wrong.
You can love yourself AND want to lose weight/be healthier.
They are not mutually exclusive.
Coaching Point: When doing your Med Ball work, be sure you’re throwing against a brick wall…
THIS IS WHY WE CAN'T HAVE NICE THINGS, @JIHADWARD17. 😂 pic.twitter.com/ZoRY7jpf9i— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) March 20, 2019