So I know I blah blah blah about the Functional Movement Screen all the time. I do give you a link to go check out more info, but I figured it may be worthwhile to share with readers why a movement screen is pretty helpful if you want to be healthy and hot. Clients know that I …
If there is such a thing as a magic pill for health and hotness, it may just be the humble but mighty fish oil (which to be clear can also be taken straight and not in pill form). While even fish oil should probably be cleared with a doctor first (those on blood thinning medication should definitely talk to a medical professional first), if you ask your doctor if you should take fish oil, he’s likely to give you a jumping high five.
Eat more fruits and veggies. DO IT!
Now before the hate mail starts, let me remind you that I don’t believe movement can be “wrong.” Running is a fundamental way for humans to express movement. It’s also really helpful in the event that you need to get somewhere quickly (ie running from killer machines in the event of a robot apocalypse). However if you hate running and you’re doing it for fat loss… you’re blowing it.
Fasting seems to be all the rage these days. And with the whole society looking to lose a few pounds, it’s understandable. After all, “not eating” is certainly one way to go about weight loss.
C’mon Batman. Even the NY Times got this one right. A recurring theme in this blog is that the body often acts in counterintuitive ways. Sometimes the very thing you think is helping you with your goals is taking you the other way (if I see any of you loyal newsletter readers doing side bends to “tone” …
When a fitness professional tries to explain stuff to regular folk, you’re always at risk of being thwarted by “The Curse of Knowledge” (see Chip and Dan Heath’s excellent book, Made to Stick): you start to take it for granted that everyone knows at least the basics.
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