Nutrition, Recovery, Self Care

Selfcare: Walk the Talk

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In today’s world we are able to call upon the google machine to help us research any and everything. The answer to almost every question is out there. If well sourced, you can find all the information you crave. Well, almost every question has been answered. There is one that still evades us…..”What is Colin Farrell’s best movie?”.¬† Continue reading

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Fat Loss, Food, Nutrition

The A, B, C, D’S of Nutrition

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Depending on what article you read or who you listen to, nutrition can get complicated, quick! We face nutrition dilemmas with every food choice we make. There can be a lot of ups and downs on the journey to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Continue reading

Miscellanous

1 Key Eating Rule Not Just for the Holidays

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One of the four books I have on rotation right now is “Eat, Move, Sleep” by Tom Rath. Without getting too deep into the overall story, which I’ll visit later down the road in another post, Rath brings up a simple and effective rule to keep in mind over the holiday period. Its all about “Net Gains”. Continue reading

Books, Character Building, Self Improvement

What Happened to Strong & Tough?

You’re strong but are you tough? What do the words, strong and tough mean to you? Feats of strength are posted all over social media, but the toughness aspect has slowly faded away from modern culture. A pet peeve of mine is how “soft” we have become as a society. ¬†Some of the following can be held responsible for the slow deterioration of the definition of “tough and strong” in relation to men. Continue reading

Week in Review

Tweets in Review

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Tweets of the week include a great info graph on the Sugar Cycle, a FitCast episode with my man crush Monday, every Monday, Brendon Rearick, Brett Bartholomew drops some knowledge and Conor Ryan on inefficiencies in your body.

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Diet, Nutrition

The Personal Paleo Code – A How To

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Whats the number one goal for everyone? To perform optimally, right? It could be in daily life or sports performance. The Personal Paleo Code approach has enabled me to get back to feeling optimal and my workouts and sports performance have improved also. The PPC encourages a 30 day reset. This reset approach is encouraged in order to clear your digestive system and start fresh.

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Nutrition, Self Improvement, Thyroid

Tom Brady & Your Nutritional Choices

With SuperBowl Sunday in full effect it’s a good time to discuss nutritional options. Being a Giants fan, it’s not easy seeing the Patriots being successful while living in Boston. At least we’ll always have David Tyree. This article is the first in a 2 part series. The second article, “The Personal Paleo Code – A How To” will be published on Wednesday, February 4th. I came across this Tom Brady article on how well he looks after himself. It is a fascinating insight into Brady and the “lengths” he goes to make sure he stays in peak condition. The reality is you don’t have to be a multi-millionaire to take this approach. You do however need to make some honest decisions with yourself.

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