Ultimately there is no question whether or not strength training should be part of a workout regimen. The health benefits are enormous, you will avoid injury if you carefully follow proper techniques and forms, and it will transform your physical and mental health.
After struggling to sleep for as long as I could remember, there came a point when I didn’t care what it was; I just needed something to work.
My lack of care made me purchase random over-the-counter pills to try sleeping. Sometimes they worked, sometimes they didn’t, but I had an assortment I would try.
Here is the real issue. Sleeping pills are meant to be used temporarily, but people typically use them every night. Med won’t fix the underlying reason why you can’t sleep.
Our bodies are wired to follow a sequence of events; we are creatures of habit. You will most likely not be able to wake up one morning and cut out the coffee habit that you’ve had for twenty years or go from being sedentary to running a marathon the next day.
Ultimately, the key to achieving optimal health and wellness is finding a balanced approach that works for you, incorporating a variety of healthy habits that support your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
In my back pocket, I have several meals in the rotation that I typically will make at least once a week. If you need some ideas or want to switch them up, these recipes/ideas keep it simple, are tasty, and will contribute to your healthy lifestyle & goals.
Here are five quick meals I will throw together that meet my criteria for being high in protein, well-rounded, and flavorful.
There is no “one-size-fits-all” regarding fitness. However, there are scientifically proven facts about the link between our mindsets and how it affects our progress and overall self-worth.
If I had learned this sooner, I would have avoided some mistakes early on and not had to spend the first half of my twenties healing over a decade of the diet culture mindset.