Movement Digest – Dec 26, 2021

Happy Boxing Day to all my fellow Canadians out there! No matter how you celebrate it – the traditional way by giving presents to your servants (yikes) or the more modern way of buying cheap stereo equipment at Radio Shack (double yikes) – I hope you have a good one, eh. But before you do that… a quick reminder!

If you want improve your nutrition and create lifelong sustainable eating habits, don’t forget to  join me at Monica Reinagle’s 30-Day Nutrition Upgrade on Jan 2.

The Nutrition Upgrade is fun, simple, and highly effective at reshaping your eating habits and dialling in your nutrition. Best of all, it is not a detox, or a cleanse, and there is no calorie counting, and no foods are off limits. Phew!

It kicks off on Jan 2 at 4:00 pm ET / 1:00 pm PT and you can sign up at and use the code TeamBrock to get 20% off.

If any of the following topics happen to tickle your fancy, click the underlined text to read or listen.


Second Wind Fitness – How to Avoid Doing Too Much, Too Soon
I have seen a crazy statistic which states that somewhere between 65% and 80% of runners end up injured before they reach their goal. Now, whether it is 65 or 80, that’s a pretty shocking number. But in this episode, I will give you some steps that you can take to protect yourself and avoid doing too much, too soon.

Second Wind Fitness – Getting Durable with Tim Waggoner (Endurance Planet)
What does being “durable” mean to you? My guest on this episode, Tim “Lucho” Waggoner, has a goal of being durable – physically and mentally. And I love that notion. It takes so many of the loaded ideas we have about our bodies out of the equation.

Change Academy – Accountability is BS with Heather Parady
Our guest on this episode is Heather Parady, a mental health therapist turned online entrepreneur and podcaster. In the interview, Brock and Heather dig into why accountability isn’t the real issue for most people and how you can get some clarity. 


Walk + backpack + groceries = workout!

I had one of those days. I got behind on work, had to skip my official dedicated workout time, and suddenly realized that I didn’t have food for dinner! So – I turned a grocery trip into my workout. Watch the video to find out how I did that. 

For more info on this idea, check out my Scientific American article about how to get more movement into your day.

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