1. The air almost unbreathable in the gyms http://goo.gl/3MVHy2
When we exercise, we inhale more air on each breath and most of the air passes through the mouth, ignoring the natural filtering system, the nostrils. Pollutants entering the lungs and complications may begin! Beware of the ventilation as influences on cognitive and physical performance. Always have the chance to go outdoors, interspersing!
2. Stop lying about time. If your time isn’t yours then neither is your life http://goo.gl/HLZXJw
“Exercise, health, better sleep, time to relax, meditation, eating well etc is rarely something we need to do urgently. Changing a habit or doing more of what contributes to our longevity and health is usually not urgent. It doesn’t have to be done right then. Which is why we put it off for “when we have time.” But it’s important.
That is, until we break down enough in health or energy. Then we feel the pressure to change and scramble to throw money at what will get us the quickest result. Then it becomes both urgent and important”.
3. Medical exams in FC Barcelona https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZECBNuiwO8
Assessment is (very) important in high competition but attention and to shuffle: clients use the Personal Trainer to stay in shape and feel good and not to be (constantly) to make evaluations. Always have the attention to evaluate and register lately. It may be boring…
4. Sorry, Your Gut Bacteria Are Not the Answer to All Your Health Problems http://goo.gl/PV8KaC
“The hype has kicked off a gold rush. Big food companies—including Nestle, PepsiCo, Monsanto, and General Mills—have funded gut bacteria studies, and some have even opened centers to develop foods that interact with the microbiome, such as probiotics. According to Transparency Market Research the global probiotics market is expected to reach an astonishing $45 billion by 2018″.
“Still, despite the optimism, some researchers caution that much of what we hear about microbiome science isn’t always, well, science. Dr. Lita Proctor heads the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Human Microbiome Project (HMP), an outgrowth of the Human Genome Project. “We are discovering a whole new ecosystem,” she says. But “I do have some fear—we all do in the field—that the hype and the potential overpromise, and the idea that somehow this is going to be different—there is a terrific fear that it will all backfire.”
5. Recipe: Granola Bars / Cereal (the perfect substitute for all those boxed cereals)
6. Ten things to Stop Doing if You Want to Exercise http://goo.gl/CYBAHB
No excuses, no excesses, without finding that is easy, without thinking that there is a right time, without fear of failure, without seeking perfection.
Fail, do, together, now, be happy!
7.Facebook Fraud http://goo.gl/CoL2cg
Why this? To say that it is not the quantity that matters but the quality! But it is interesting!