When I speak to people about strength training, the first thing that comes to mind is some guy in a singlet grunting through sets on the squat rack. Well I am here to tell you that it’s time you change your thinking!
It is exciting to see America embracing the concept of healthy eating. In a recent documentary called “Game Changers,” the author advocates for a diet termed “plant-based.”
As a healthful eater myself and someone who has experimented with various plans (including veganism), I was interested to find out more. Though not vegan presently, I eat a diet that is at least ½ plants. Yet, what does “plant-based” mean? Read on to find out!
Activity is addictive! It is fun to lift heavy things, run long distances and burpee a thousand burpees. However, what about the in-between?
IN gym class we are all taught the traditional “bend and touch your toes.” Yet, is this static stretching approach detrimental to our bodies and our performance?
The biggest bang for your buck is to work on your waistline. Obesity and subsequently loss of body fat will assist greatly in improving your reflux (SEE MACROS and our diet/fitness programming). Along the same lines, stress will greatly affect your gut function. The same signaling hormones in your body that control stress (serotonin, dopamine), also control the way your GI tract moves and shakes. If you manage your stress this will help manage your gut.