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EXERCISE IS ESSENTIAL FOR ALL BRAIN WARRIORS
Start developing a healthy exercise routine to help lower your blood pressure, calm your brain, optimize your cholesterol and hormones, and so much more. Exercise at least twice each week to decrease your risk of dementia, obesity and aging all at once. It directly fights depression, anxiety, heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Done the correct way, exercise is one of the most powerful anti-aging tools. Move every day!
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How often have you said any of the statements below? “I CAN’T get sick before my trip!” “I CAN’T oversleep” “I’m NOT going to eat donuts tomorrow” “I’m NOT going to lose my temper with my kids” And how often have you done exactly what you said you weren’t going to do? You’re not…Read More
I was recently at a Tony Robbins event, and boy was I once again blown away. Tony provided so many good take-away reminders and lessons. I do a lot to protect my energy, but I forgot about some of the activities I can do to quickly boost my energy right now no matter how up…Read More
Did you know a couple of years playing football can actually damage your brain? In fact, a new study now shows that a high percentage of those who have played football AT ANY LEVEL (even high school or younger) had cognitive symptoms. A new study from Boston University has revealed yet again the devastating effects…Read More
Have you ever wondered why you spent so much time in school studying things you will never use again? The song Kodachrome by Paul Simon comes to mind … “When I think back on all the crap I learned in high school, it’s a wonder I can think at all”. Most schools don’t actually teach…Read More
If you find working out a drag, you might want to change your strategy. There is new evidence that shows that your attitude about exercise may actually be linked to how much benefit you receive from it. A new study suggests that when you view the time you spend being active as fun, not a…Read More