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!
Parents take note – the average teenager is getting as much exercise as a 60-year old. Not good!
How to create and then crush smart fitness goals.
Pre and post workout nutrition is important and sometimes complex. What should you do to ensure the appropriate balance of nutrients after a workout?
Don’t get bogged down in details – stay consistent with your workouts!
Exercise selection, sets/reps & a host of others acute programming variables are all important - but nothing is as important as consistently attacking each training session w/top notch effort. Lots of inferior programs have produced results simply b/c guys worked their butts off.— Eric Cressey (@EricCressey) March 24, 2018
Exercise as part of the treatment protocol for cancer patients
TEDx talk: A new contender in the fight against cancer…#exercise https://t.co/FadEiZbtvz @exerciseworks @CancerCouncilOz @AmericanCancer pic.twitter.com/VFzGByLU9e— Dr Prue Cormie (@pruecormie) October 25, 2017
Where does long-term success come from?
“Long-term success comes not from out-working the next guy or doing more work in less time - not from gut wrenching, sick-inducing workouts - but from committing daily to small improvements; from consistent, tedious commitment to mastering the fundamentals.” @StuartMcMillan1 pic.twitter.com/5ueKYyAFjO— ALTIS (@ALTIS) March 23, 2018