Adam who is a plant-based advocate and a trainer helping people who wants to transition towards a plant-based lifestyle to achieve one’s health and nutrition goals. Adam himself has gone thru an amazing transformation on his own to achieve the stage where he is right now. Throughout the podcast he have discuss how back in 2011, he found out that he had tumor in one of his kidneys.
Two common complaints among runners are exhaustion and aching joints. The rigors of running require your feet to endure massive amounts of impact, which could cause serious damage to your calves, hips, and knees. If proper precautions aren’t taken the repeated damage could lead to osteoarthritis. To make matters worse, running easily induces cramps so..
The holiday season is a great time to break away from our everyday lifestyle and enjoy the things we don’t often get to enjoy throughout the year. To many, that usually means vacation and family time. It becomes a time where we break out of our everyday routines. We may not be going to work or classes so our daily schedule is changed, which has a huge impact on everything we normally do.
For my kids, Halloween is a magical holiday: they spend countless hours imagining themselves as their all time favorite characters, plan out an elaborate map with their friends of must-stop-at-houses based on last years “loot”..
Monitoring what we put into our bodies (our food) can be just as effective a tool to protect against the sun’s harmful UV-rays as what we put on the outside of our bodies, such as applying natural mineral-based sunscreen to our skin and wearing a quality pair of UV-filtering sunglasses whenever we’re outside in the sun.
I believe it is even more important in today’s environment with the GMO laden crops to get kids involved in the process of growing vegetables and fruits. I started this process with my kids a few weeks ago and it has been incredibly rewarding, so maybe some of you will be inspired to do the same!
“Flow” is a state where you are very focused on the task at hand. With the focus, time seems to slow down, details rise, and the mind lets go of anything else that isn’t important. Ever had an experience where you forgot time and were so engaged, nothing else mattered? And then you were doing the job at hand perfectly? For steady-state performances like endurance sports, learning how to achieve this state of “Flow” can greatly improve your training and racing.