Sleep deprivation is a serious safety issue and has been implicated in everything from oil spills to plane crashes to nuclear power plant explosions.
As a group fitness instructor and health coach, I am often asked the same questions: What do you do to stay fit? What do you eat? How often do you exercise and what do you do? If you are confused as to what's healthy, you are not alone. We are flooded with health information, and some of it is contradictory. Let me clear the confusion and make fitness easier to achieve with these six trainer habits you can follow too.
Ahhh, the sweet benefits of a long weekend. You get to relax, you get to socialize, you get to go outdoors ... and then, you get to come back on Monday to face your overflowing inbox.
Stress can help you perform better and work harder both in the workplace and elsewhere. But sometimes too much of even "good" stress can be overwhelming and lead to fantasies of curling into the fetal position under the desk, familiarizing co-workers with a specific finger or simply walking out the door forever. Let's not let it come to that. These tips will help you find calm, focus and even a little happiness during your most stressful workplace moments.
I had no excuse for becoming fat at 25. Growing up in the countryside in South Devon, England, I was always fed delicious, local, unprocessed food, and was always active, spending most of my free time either surfing or riding horses. Yet for all my initial advantages, on the eve of my book launch in 2010, on the back of my 'year of excess' working as a bond broker in London, I'd reached 190lbs (86 kilos), making me 'overweight' according to U.K. governmental guidelines for my 5-foot, 9-inch frame.