We are 24 days into the new year. As the calendar is renewed, two-thirds of America plans to better themselves. Nearly 40 percent of people want to either eat healthier or get more exercise! Looking ahead into the calamitous future, only 25 percent stick with it after a month and about 8 percent complete their New Year’s Resolution. Whatever your goals may be, I am here to help you accomplish them. Take a look at these tips and see where you can incorporate them into your daily lives.
What you are getting into: an eight minute read that will hopefully change your views and help you overcome these myths!
What you are getting into: a 5-minute, 827 word article about the anatomy and training of being explosive. In summary, if you want to be quick, you need to train quickly.
I recently went on vacation with my family and I managed to not gain a single pound. Sure, if I went to the Olympic training center, this would not be much of a feat; however, we went to Michigan. Additionally, we ate out one to two times a day for 7 days. And still, I did not gain a pound. We ate ice cream, we ate pizza, we ate burgers, we drank drinks. I did not have a lot of water nor did I sleep very well. From eating habits alone, it seems like I should have gained 10 pounds!
Coffee and weight training will stunt your growth; these are two fallacies that have lived long past their due. Now the former was created to keep kids away from caffeine, because let’s be honest, they probably don’t need extra energy. However, I can’t quite figure out the latter. Could be for the safety of the children; the weight room can be a dangerous place. It was often said that the growth plates will become fractured due to the forces exerted. In a careful environment and safe manner, this is not a problem. In fact, no evidence exists that suggest weightlifting inhibits a child’s growth, according to Dr. Feigenbuam and Dr. Baraki [article posted at bottom].
It seems unlikely that one of the very few things we were able to do at birth, we do wrong. Breathing. How hard can it be? By now you have probably taken notice to your own breath. By now you have DEFINITELY taken notice to your own breath.