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!
If you're wondering what types of exercises are best for weight and fat loss, a new study strongly suggests that interval training tops the list.
Here's a handy infographic that details the best foods to eat and how often they should be eaten.
Don't fear failure and don't fret if you're not perfect in executing your exercise and nutrition strategies. Simply learn and improve and keep going, because Nobody Bats 1.000.
Anti-rotation core training with the Pallof Press
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The Pallof Press is a very valuable exercise used to train anti-rotation. . . The key is to keep the band (or cable) from pulling your hands laterally as you press outward. . . Give them a try during your next workout! . . @excellenceinexercise #wednesdaymotivation motivation #pallofpress #workout #workoutroutine #workouttips #fitnessmotivation #fitness #rogue #vitalifit #educate #engage #empower
If you're not a powerlifter, consider this revision to the Big 3
CHIN UPS.— Lee Boyce (@coachleeboyce) March 5, 2019
TRAP BAR DEADLIFTS.
The new "big 3" for non powerlifters.
Taking action, staying disciplined and improving your skills one step at a time is the key to making GREAT things happen
If you don’t know, go study.— Brian Kight (@TBrianKight) March 2, 2019
If you don’t understand, go ask.
If you don’t have experience, go do.
If you don’t have confidence, go practice.
Don’t make simple things complex.#DoTheWork