Welcome to this week's Life Performance Blog. Each week I will share with you health articles, podcasts, workouts and the latest research when it comes to living a healthy life.
My aim is to help people become better informed, take action and move towards better health, a stronger body and mind, and take control back of their health and wellbeing.
This Weeks Health Article; The Top 5 Health Books Everyone Should Read
Over the years, I have tried to educate myself the best I can by reading as much as I could on all different health subjects ranging from nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress and habit behaviour. I have come across a full range of experts who have been wonderful to learn from and engage with.
But there are five books that I have gone back time and time again to re-read and cement in my knowledge. These books have stopped me in my tracks and made me completely rethink what I already thought I knew about health and wellbeing. I am sure they will do the same for you.
This Weeks Health Podcast; All Things Nutrient Density
If you are interested in improving your health (which I hope you all are), then the more nutrient-dense and bioavailable food is, the better it is for you. This podcast explains in a very simple and informative way what foods are best.
This Week’s Health Research: The Effects Of Exercise On Alzheimer’s
It is predicted in as little as 20 years, 1-4 people over the age of 50 will suffer from dementia. But it is preventable through better metabolic health, which exercise plays a major role in improving.
This Week's Workout Recommendation:
Each week I will recommend a workout that, if performed multiple times through the week, will help you increase strength, cardio fitness, mobility and mental confidence. Depending on your access to equipment, change the exercises to suit but keep the workout protocol the same.
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