Week in Review: May 17, 2019

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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!

My Favorite Articles

Nicer weather offers us even more avenues to exercise. If you’re tired of being cooped up indoors after a long winter, perhaps it’s time to get outside!

Does eating alone provide health benefits? Could it also harm our relationships and create more loneliness?

With age comes concerns about chronic illness. For guys, prostate cancer is one such concern. Here are several foods that are shown to lower the risk of prostate cancer.

The Best of Social Media

Expedite your warm-up with the Alternating Lunge and Reach

We should continue to train power long into adulthood:

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Whether you’re an adult, an athlete, or a hybrid of the two, every single person who walks through our doors trains power. Box jumps, med ball throws, you name it, we got it. . Why? We firmly believe it you don’t use it, you lose it. Have you ever seen an older person shuffling along instead of taking long, proud strides? They haven’t trained strength or power in quite some time, our goal is to eliminate that. . Training power, in whatever capacity you’re capable of, allows you to maintain strength and explosiveness. We’re trying to keep the stride length of our clients long for years to come. Come join us! . . . . . . . . . . . #mbsc #strengthandconditioning #coach #bodybyboyle #boyle #mikeboyle #strong #strength #conditioning #strengthtraining #fitness #fitfam #fitnesstraining #training #power #explosiveness #strong #powerful #boxjump #medballslam #medballs #performbetter #athlete #adult #aging #clients #functionalfitness #functional

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Do you believe in your health and fitness enough to do the work?