Foam rollers are very popular these days. Places like Target and Walmart carry them. Grandmas and grandpas are foam rolling. Doctors are prescribing them. What began as a niche mobility tool used only by the most obscure fitness nerds has become commonplace. But if you want to get the most value out of your foam […]
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Want to Be More Productive Working from Home? Tap into Your Senses.
Since working from home has solidified its place as the “new normal,” we’re chockablock with tips for work-from-home productivity: have a morning routine, maintain a consistent schedule, dress in real clothes (maybe not hard pants, but not pajamas either). We also know all about taking frequent work breaks, utilizing a sit-stand desk, and incorporating microworkouts. […]
Power Workout for Maximum Fat Loss
By Gabrielle Young, DO Scientific research reveals the importance of proper training in order to obtain the most beneficial results. Basically, in order utilize our body’s own hormone systems, we need to exercise differently than previously thought. Endurance, muscle development, fat loss and improved training are largely a result of increased base levels of human […]
Creamed Spinach Recipe
Creamed spinach gets a bad rap because the version many of us grew up with was too often overdone and underwhelming. It’s a shame because cooked spinach can and should be bright and delicious! This recipe will show you how to make creamed spinach that retains its appealing taste and texture in the final dish. […]
New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 176
Research of the Week Ethnic differences in type 2 diabetes—pathology and treatment options. Feeding dogs once a day linked to healthier dogs. Surgeon skill matters. Mesolithic inhabitants of the Baltic region got around, ranged far from home. Early farmers got shorter. The rise of dairy in the steppe. New Primal Kitchen Podcasts Primal Kitchen Podcast […]
Sculpting the Perfect Butt
By Shoshana Pritzker Glutes give us a cushion when we’re seated and they make a statement as we walk away. And whether you need to firm up or build up your booty, David Kirsch, celebrity trainer and author of the best-selling Butt Book, is the man who knows how to get the job done. “I […]
Ask a Health Coach: Primal Starter Pack and Snacks for Long Hauls
Hey folks, Board-Certified Health Coach, and Primal Health Coach Institute’s Coaching & Curriculum Director, Erin Power is here to answer your questions about getting started with Primal and eating on the go. Whether you’re new to Primal or scouting new snacks, we’ve got options! Have a question you’d like to ask our health coaches? Leave […]
Rounded Shoulders: Causes and Fixes
Look at the average person walking around the average industrialized nation and you’ll notice something: Their shoulders are rounded inward. Look down at yourself right now reading these words and you’ll probably notice something: Your shoulders are rounded inward. Older kids, teens, grownups, athletes, powerlifters, grandmas, moms, dads, students, baristas, almost everyone. It’s rare to […]
Posture Correctors: Helpful or All Hype?
Posture seems to be on everyone’s mind right now thanks to the uptick in work-from-home jobs, coupled with the fact that practically everyone has a mobile device to stare at. Cue my usual laments about the sedentary nature of the modern lifestyle. Not only do we sit too much and move too little, many folks […]
Lose 25 Pounds of Fat by July 4th
I live the fitness lifestyle year-round, 360 days per year, seven days of every week, and 24 hours of every day. I understand that not everyone does that. But, if there are seasons to regroup and apply great nutrition and fitness guidelines, spring is one of them. People are generally more active at this time […]