Many say life begins at 40. Life may not be as it used to be in the past. But it is not the end of the world. If you are over 40 and wish to live the lean lifestyle or if you want to get lean and stay lean, nutrition is king and training needs to be strategic.
It’s Brain Awareness Week this week (12th-18th March) so we wanted to focus this week on brainpower, and the significant part nutrition plays to keep your brain health. Eating well is good for your mental as well as your physical health. But which foods are particularly important to boost your brainpower and keep your grey matter happy and healthy?
The age-old question – training or nutrition. What do you think what I believe the answer to be? I was asked this very question just the other day, and it reminded me of a quote from the greatest bodybuilding trainer of all time, Vince Gironda.
Wow! Can you believe it! Super Bowl LII was all it could have been and more! Spoiler Alert: The Philadelphia Eagles upset the form book and the odds to defeat the overwhelming favourites New England Patriots 41-33
Even though we don’t mean to sabotage our health and fitness efforts, there are times we find that when the chips are down it becomes apparent that you are your only limit. This is sad but true because, in my experience, we do limit ourselves on a daily basis and ultimately it feels like we are moving through life with the handbrake on!
Have you ever wondered how some people wake up happy, vibrant and full of life? You know who I am talking about!! Those crazy people who are bursting with endless energy, productive ninjas, fearless confidence, and passionate about life.
Well, it’s Groundhog Day… again. Time to get up and start your ever-familiar daily routine. For many of us, our days consist of basically the same things over and over. Depressing. If you haven’t seen the movie Groundhog Day, you’re missing out on a true classic. The basic premise is that Bill Murray’s character is reliving the exact same day, Groundhog Day, over and over and there is nothing he can do to change it.
Does being asked what’s your New Year’s Resolution around 9 pm on Dec 31 make you realise you’ve not given it much thought, resulting in a half-hearted, vague goal that isn’t thought through and therefore fails well before February.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas 🎄🎄🎄 , and I’m not even going to announce how many days are left until the big day… but we all know it’s close! Very close! Are you travelling? Are you staying at home? Super busy?