I’ve never read a book with such a simple thesis, stated so clearly, and repeated so many times without its becoming boring or annoying. Rather, he revisits the same concept from every conceivable angle in order to drive home a very simple point: small, simple decisions, compounded over time, will reap tremendous rewards.
Are you getting enough sleep? How much is enough?
When a person is disciplined in one area, it often translates to other parts of life. Discipline in exercise often results in healthier eating choices. Who wants to chase a hard workout with a donut? The same goes with disciplined sleep. I’ve never seen a truly disciplined person who had lazy sleep habits. Some people sleep too much, while others don’t get enough sleep. But the disciplined sleeper sees the benefit of good rest and strikes a healthy balance between work and rest.
What is Thermography and Is It Right for You or the Ladies in Your Life? (This is not a picture of me, but it is a picture I took of a button I got. This is the upper left armpit.) Healthy living requires proactively taking care of your health. This is not one of our…
Have you ever been in a cave and seen a stalactite? Or a stalagmite? If not, maybe you’ve seen a valley carved out by a (relatively) slow-moving glacier. These things are formed over time. Ages, in most cases. The difference is not discernible from one day to the next, but it’s there…however small it may be.
Fitness is no different. A healthy body is a body of work, the product of thousands of decisions of varying significance.
Are you struggling to make fitness progress? Have you hit a plateau in your training and don’t know how to bust out of it? If so, you’re not alone…and there’s good news. The Problem of Plateaus For most of us, plateaus come when we don’t vary the work load in our exercise regimen. There are…