“The only bad workout is the one you didn’t do”.
See below for this week’s top stories from In Fitness And In Health.
Until next time, be strong, be safe, be well.
Top Stories of the Week
Consistency, Not Intensity, is the First Big Step Towards Building Yourself a Better Life
Why Are So Many People Suffering from Food Allergies Today?
Why “No Pain, No Gain” Is One of The Worst Pieces of Fitness Advice
How to Build Sustainable Habits to Improve Your Health
by Jessica Vu
My Productivity Experiment
by Eric Hittle
Positive Lessons from a Young-Adult’s Cancer Journey
by Ana Sanchez
Using the Graston Technique to Treat Your Injuries
by Ben Ho
To Detox or Not To Detox
by Norrie Beach
Scott Mayer is a runner, thinker, curious observer and certified personal trainer. Visit the In Fitness And In Health website for ebooks, sponsorship opportunities, training plans, consulting options and additional content.
Hi Scott, Love your posts! Thank you. Keep them coming my friend. I am 62 years old. I was in the gym five days a week for over 30 years, super fit, healthy, an old jock. An endorphin junkie. However, I sustained a very serious and debilitating traumatic brain injury in December 2014 at age 55. The physical ramifications or symptoms have left me unable to do all most everything I used to do, including running. I am just starting to relearn how to walk without a cane. My physiotherapist says I shouldn't do any bicep exercises because they will increase the tone or spasticity in my affected arm, which I cannot straighten fully. My left foot is also affected. Supination and the foot always turning inward prevent me from walking quickly or running. Any suggestions or comments? Miss being fit. Miss running. Miss being agile. Blessings, Brad Stell