It seemed like a joke. I spend most of my time experimenting with cutting-edge fitness routines and new training technology. Yet here I was, challenged to do a single, textbook repetition of a classic exercise, one I’d long ago relegated to beefy defensive linemen and World Cup skiers. What was one squat supposed to do [...]
YOU DON’T KNOW SQUAT: An old-school move holds the key to unlocking your power—if only you can do it right.
The battle of the bulge is on — any movement on the scale yet? “Losing weight is one of the top resolutions made every year, yet only 20 percent of people achieve successful weight-loss and maintenance,” says Jessica Bartfield,MD, internal medicine who specializes in nutrition and weight management at the Loyola Center for Metabolic Surgery [...]
We have featured many great articles fromÂ Linda Wolschlager, CNC. She is aÂ Certified Nutrition Counselor from Trinity College of Natural Health in Indiana. Linda’s own personal health issues led her to find that traditional medicine was not always the way to go and she was able to overcome a serious long-term virus with the right nutrition [...]
Protein is an essential part of every cell of your body — about 15% of your body weight is comprised of it.Â There are a wide variety of functions and uses including providing energy, helping to build the structural skeleton of cells, moving molecules from one place to another, breaking down toxins and repairing bones [...]
It’s normal to fantasize about a “better” version of yourself. As more heroic, smarter, powerful, successful, generous, kinder than you are. (Or more cutthroat or vengeful than you are.) These fantasies can serve as ideals of who we want to become — and thus can be blueprints, showing us how to get from how we [...]