Sorry about not keeping this up lately, summer has been crazy already! I have some more articles to send you guys plus the July newsletter will be emailed to you guys very soon. Goo stuff in there so check it out! Also, sometimes instead of emailing articles I will print some out instead. You can find them in my office....they will be in a black tray on top of my small bookshelf by my desk. If my door is open feel free to look through them and take any you want.Happy Summer!
Many people feel that by not eating they will lose weight or lose weight faster. However eating every 3 hours a small portion of a well balanced diet throughout the day is more efficient for your body. Your stomach gets full of stomach acid when you do not eat for a long time. When you do ear your body produces excess insulin. Also starvation diets make a person feel weak and your body burns muscle if you lose weight too fast.
When you see yourself always struggling, you will always struggle. When you see yourself never getting ahead, you will not get ahead. Choose to see yourself as effective, creative, patient, disciplined, enthusiastic and abundantly prosperous. Each time you think of yourself, see yourself as the BEST you can imagine.
CrossCore180® GOLF. If you want the best golf games of your life then training on the CrossCore180® will give you a lower handicap while at the same time getting you in the best shape and fitness of your life. Thank you to Mike Hamel in Canada for submitting this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odEAnhu371E&feature=relmfu
Proper breathing is deep, from the diaphragm (abdominal breathing), rather than shallow, from the chest. Many people, athletes included, breathe from their chest, which can lead to muscle fatigue and decreased athletic performance (Lewit 1980). This shallow, chest breathing has also been shown to cause respiratory alkalosis, anxiety, irritable bowel syndrome, and increased sensitivity to pain.
Newton’s first law: Every object continues in its state of rest, or of uniform motion in a straight line, unless compelled to change that state by external forces acted upon it. That may look like a bold statement from a personal trainer in the 21st century, and maybe Newton meant to have excluded humans from that statement. All things considering, I suggest a modification applicable to humans: