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!
Regardless of what kind of exercise program you’re following, clearly defining why you’re doing it will help lead to greater success down the line.
If a personal trainer tells you that they accept insurance, stay away. They’re scamming the system and contributing to ever rising health care costs.
Which is healthier – a sweet potato or a regular potato?
More on why you should have a “why”…
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Millions of people exercise every day. The most successful among them have found a reason to do so. Establishing your “why” provides clarity about what your fitness journey should look like and the direction in which you should proceed. www.vitalifit.com #thursdaythought #findingyourwhy #injuryrecovery #health #fitness #success #vitalifit #exercisemotovation #fitnessmotivation
This young man has a “why” and he’s getting after it, one day at a time:
Today is a great day because I am one step closer to my goal of 377 I haven’t weighed that since I was a sophomore in high school!— I am Paul (@PaulMinor4real) July 23, 2019
What’s even crazier is it wasn’t to long ago I was close to hitting 399 man it’s been a great journey but we are just getting started!!! pic.twitter.com/TLrApe3gKD
Stress Reduction 101:
How to reduce your stress:— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) July 23, 2019
1 remove sense of entitlement
2 exercise daily
3 drink more water
4 forgive first
5 give without expecting a get
6 be a better friend
7 quality time with family
8 do not respond to negativity
9 random acts of kindness
10 get more sleep
11 be grateful