1. Book Review | Shoe Dog

    Book Review | Shoe Dog
    "Shoe Dog" is a memoir written by Phil Knight, the co-founder of Nike. The book chronicles the history of the company, from its early days as Blue Ribbon Sports to its eventual transformation into one of the most recognizable brands in the world.
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  2. Coconut Aminos VS Soy Sauce

    Coconut Aminos VS Soy Sauce
    Both coconut aminos and soy sauce have their pros and cons, and the choice between the two will depend on personal preference and dietary requirements. When choosing either condiment, it is important to opt for high-quality, pure products that are free from additives and artificial ingredients.
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  3. Recovery Meal | Fried Rice without the Rice

    Recovery Meal | Fried Rice without the Rice
    Looking for the fried rice without the rice? Try this Cauliflower Fried Rice recipe! This 10-minute recipe is easy to make, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, and great for the entire family.
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  4. Book Review: The Mindful Athlete: Secrets to Pure Performance by George Mumford

    "The Mindful Athlete: Secrets to Pure Performance" is a book written by George Mumford, a mindfulness teacher who has worked with athletes and teams in the NBA, NFL, and other professional sports leagues. The book provides insights and practical strategies for using mindfulness to enhance athletic performance and promote overall well-being
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  5. How to Navigate Evolving Fitness Goals

    How to Navigate Evolving Fitness Goals
    Flexibility, patience, and self-care are key ingredients in any fitness journey, and they become even more important as our goals evolve. When we experience good days, it's important to enjoy them and feel proud of our accomplishments. When we experience bad days, it's important to be kind to ourselves and remember that setbacks are temporary. And, regardless of how we're feeling on a given day, it's critical to prioritize self-care. This might mean taking a rest day, treating ourselves to a massage, or simply taking a few minutes to meditate and connect with our bodies.
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  6. Self Care is CRITICAL to your Fitness Goals

    Self Care is CRITICAL to your Fitness Goals
    Self-care is critical for supporting physical and mental health, reducing the risk of injury, and promoting sustainable habits that support fitness goals. By prioritizing self-care, individuals can better support their overall well-being and make it easier to achieve and maintain fitness goals over the long term.
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  7. Breathing like Wim Hof

    Breathing like Wim Hof
    Wim Hof breathing is a method of breathing that was popularized by Wim Hof, also known as the Iceman. This method involves breathing exercises that are designed to improve overall health, boost the immune system, and enhance recovery after exercise.
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  8. Bouncing Back to the Gym After an Injury

    Bouncing Back to the Gym After an Injury
    It’s important to approach the process of returning to fitness with a positive and patient mindset. Surround yourself with supportive friends and family, and set realistic goals
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  9. Grounding for Sports Recovery

    Grounding for Sports Recovery
    To incorporate grounding into your post-workout routine, try going for a walk barefoot on natural surfaces such as grass, sand, or soil, or consider using an earthing mat or sheet to sleep on. To optimize the benefits of grounding, it is recommended to spend at least 30 minutes in direct contact with the Earth each day.
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  10. Blue Light Glasses for Recovery

    Blue Light Glasses for Recovery
    Everything you need to know about Blue Light Glasses. If you are on a zoom call with more than 10 people, I can almost guarantee you that someone or two will be wearing glasses. Are they prescription? Are they for fashion? Or are they for blocking blue light? Read on to learn more about the science and the origination of...
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