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!
The Encyclopedia of Food is an on-going project from Precision Nutrition that provides nutritional information and healthy recipe options for various foods. Check out this fantastic resource!
Deadlifts are a staple exercise within Vitalifit programs, but they are sometimes done incorrectly. If you’re experiencing back pain when you deadlift check out 4 tips you can try to improve your deadlifting technique. I especially like Tip #4 – not everyone is meant to pull from the floor.
The personal health technology market has exploded over the past several years, but the products themselves are still developing.
Failure is a part of the larger process of improvement. Don’t be afraid of it!
Failure is an opportunity to make ourselves better. Embrace what you hate as a tool. Identify controllable corrections. Identify weaknesses. What do I need to Start, Stop, and Continue? Commit to adjustment. Forgive yourself. Eyes up. Next target. Destroy.— Stonewall Solutions (@sealteambuild) March 19, 2018
The Power of Movement…
“When movement is experienced as joy, it adorns our lives, makes our days go better, and gives us something to look forward to. When movement is joyful and meaningful, it may even inspire us to do things we never thought possible.” Scott Kretchmar— Sporticus (@ImSporticus) March 20, 2018
Whether you’re athlete or not, this point rings true – good habits equal improved performance!
We are not doing athletes any favors, nor are we enhancing performance, by pushing a narrative that nutrient depleted cereals, bagels, chips, crackers, highly processed breads/pastas, or food dyed/sugar-bomb beverages are the key to elite level performance#BeatTheBS #EatRealFood pic.twitter.com/KAAqs0r6ba— Alan Bishop (@CoachAlanBishop) March 20, 2018