Hard to believe another week has come and gone. Once again, articles that have had me thinking and reviewing are here, as well as a new Website of the week. I have also finished reading Dark Emu from Bruce Pascoe, and picked up the book Every day is Game Day. Both should be on everyone’s reading list.
Website of the Week
Great site. Chock full of EVERYTHING!
Physical inactivity is the largest issue currently known. Our ability to hunt our own food, and make our own fire, have been taken away from us. This, coupled with our desire to watch anything, is our greatest undoing.
Ah. IFL. You have done it again.
If you don’t follow Nia Shanks, you are doing yourself a great disservice.
This little page has been earmarked already as the website of the week previously, and with quality content such as this, it is no wonder.
It is quite a touchy subject. Everyone has an opinion. However, at the end of the day, if it feels good for you, then why not.?
Breathing. We have always done it. When we stop breathing, life stops. But do you know how to ‘fix’ your breathing, to recover better, to function better?
The big three. The main lifts. The biggest bang for your buck. Whatever way you describe them, if you don’t do them in some form or variation, you are missing out. But what about those so called sticking points?
From the website of the week, comes this great article.
We hear all the time how people can’t afford to eat good quality health food. Do they have a point? This will is extremely interesting.
Clean eating. You hear it all the time. Don’t eat this. Don’t eat that. Blah. Blah. Only eat healthy food. Well, let’s see what happens here..
Examine.com. Leaders in everything food. You name it. They have looked at it. This is another quality piece.
Do you use apple cider vinegar? I think the question should be, why don’t you?
Junk food. We all see it. Most of us eat it. Most of us eat way too much of it. But which foods are the worst?
Psychology. A bigger part in performance than most people think.
It is always a great day when you can get some wise words from Martin himself.
Technology. An absolute godsend. You can check everything and anything at the blink of an eye. But is it good for you?
Eating. One of life’s greatest pleasures. But the mindset about eating has changed, and for the wrong reasons. Take a read here, and understand.
Children should play. Take ballet. Run. Kick a ball. Swim. Surf. Do handstands. Throw balls. Dance. They should not specialise in a sport until they are much older. Remember, your dream of them becoming a sports star, may not be their dream.
If you want a book that will challenge your way of thinking about the Indigenous people, then read the book. If you want to believe that they did nothing but throw spears, and walk around aimlessly, then this book is not for you. Be challenged. Be rewarded
The team at EXOS (previously Athletes Performance) have been leaders for as long as I can remember. This is a book that I have put off for reading for quite some time, so I was glad to pick my Kindle up and start. So many great ideas already.