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Engineer Your Health

Engineer Your Health

FollowFollow In a past blog I mentioned how we got too smart for our own good and engineered activity right out of our lives! Seems counterintuitive, right? Especially given that nearly three out of four (yes, 75%) of American adults are overweight or obese. To me it...
Add, Don’t Subtract

Add, Don’t Subtract

FollowFollow Author BJ Fogg puts it very succinctly so I’m borrowing his phrase.  “You change best by feeling good, not by feeling bad.” Why then, are we constantly trying to change in ways that make us feel bad? (ie deprivation, eliminating things we like, trying to...
Why Start Here?

Why Start Here?

FollowFollow If you’ve been around me for any length of time – as in, more than 2 minutes – you know I’m a huge advocate for getting in your daily 30 minutes of activity. I commonly use the hashtags #whatsyour2percent (because 30 minutes is 2% of the time...
Trickle-Down Effect of Activity

Trickle-Down Effect of Activity

FollowFollow Diet, nutrition and food choices tend to get the limelight when it comes to healthier living. Maybe it’s because we think we’re more disciplined than we are? Or maybe it’s because people just really hate working out? I haven’t figured it out. But what I...