In my last newsletter, I mentioned that I had joined the team at Nutritious Movement. And two weeks later, I am still loving it!
I am loving it for many reasons but among those reasons is that they often do their in-person (and virtual) meetings on the go. This is a photo I took during our yearly planning meeting.
The truth is that you don’t have to work for a company with the word “movement” in its name to adopt this type of behavior – anyone can do it! And you don’t have to worry about sacrificing productivity or focus either. In fact, studies have shown that our meat-sacks brains are actually more productive, creative, and focussed when we are walking than when we are sitting…under fluorescent lights… in a dull board room.
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Second Wind Fitness – Movement Snacks – if you like the benefits BUT don’t like to exercise
Maybe you aren’t interested in “getting buff” and have no interest in running a 10k never mind a marathon. Well, there are still plenty of reasons for you to move your body more often. And in this episode, we’ll look at not only why you might want to do that but we’ll also look at the how – by introducing a (not so) new idea called Movement Snacks!
Second Wind Fitness – Drop the Ego and Train Smarter with Craig “Crowie” Alexander (SansEgo)
In this episode, Craig Alexander (the oldest athlete ever to win the IM World Championship title) joins me to talk about how important it is to really enjoy your fitness routine – whether you’re a world champion or a mere mortal (like the rest of us).
Change Academy – 50K Tuneup: Engine
In Part 3 of our 50,000 Mile Tuneup Series, we turn our attention to our bodies: the engine that powers our physical movement through space.
The Low Carb Athlete – Episode #432 Brock Armstrong What is your WHY as an athlete?
Finding your WHY as an athlete and enhancing your health and performance even as you age is vital.
Most people think core workouts are all about crunches and sit-ups but we can work the core very effectively with movements (mostly) made by the legs.
In this video, I demonstrate:
- Double Legs Raise
- Donkey Kicks
- Flutter Kick
- Plank Toe Taps
- Feet Circles
- Mountain Climber
If you do these together, it makes a heck of a core workout. And, as you can see, you can do it anywhere you have room – and you don’t have to even change your clothes!