lean
This week I posted a few physique pictures to illustrate that staying lean is achievable after the age of fifty, and that you don’t have to lose your condition over time. The number of texts, emails and Whatsapp messages I received expressing they were inspired by the photos of my lean physique touched me. Many
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By Mike Koskiniemi PhD – Motions Fitness Could The Day You Start On A Goal Influence Success? We all know how tough it can be to start and follow through on your goals. So knowing when is the best day to effectively start pursuing them can help, right? Research published in the journal Psychological Science
gut bacteria
A guest Blog by Designs for Health New study demonstrates how gut bacteria causes obesity According to a new study published in Nature, a research team from Yale has identified the mechanism in which gut dysbiosis leads to obesity. Scientists have already understood that the gut microbiome is associated with metabolic markers and type II
gratitude
What you appreciate appreciates I am grateful for my team that supports me, and yet is willing to challenge my thinking: Patrick, Karin , Scott , Carlos, Sarah and Malcolm. To win, you need a solid team. I am grateful to my mentors and advisors Joe Polish, Tim Ferris, Brian Kurtz, Brendan Gahan, Nick Mitchell,
kinetic chain enhancement
Kinetic Chain Enhancement & Strength Athlete… or how the Strength Sensei Beats Up Mark Bell Kinetic Chain Enhancement (KCE) has been around for about 20 years now. It is one of my best kept secret to dramatically improve the strength and range of motion of athletes right on the field. In this video, you can see
Prioritize What Matters Most Anyone that’s cracked open a self-help book on productivity should understand the concept of putting their first order, or most important task (MIT) before anything else.  Given that, completing this task will give us the results we’re looking, and in many cases, remove the need to complete some of the other
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back pain
Guest blog by Annette Verpillot, President, Posturepro “Approximately 80 percent of Americans will suffer back pain in their lives, and at any given time 20 percent of American are suffering from some level of back pain.” These statistics have been recited so many times for the past four decades that its source has become a
best gyms
One of the best gyms in the world is my home gym,  as Joe Polish  has shown on video It is one of the top in the World and has all the best stuff from Eleiko, Watson, Atlantis and Prime. Olympic Gold medalist Helen Maroulis says that it is sprayed with strength building dust. Strength coaches who
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brain fog
Make sure you optimize your brain to make the most out of life Nowadays, the need for performance is everywhere.  This is true even in health-conscious individual. Heck, I have already started looking into adrenal graft for my staff. This is why optimizing brain performance is a crucial knowledge to develop. Brain fog is one
willpower
By Mike Koskiniemi PhD – Motions Fitness And it all began with one small win When Jim Meyer decided to lose weight and get in better shape, he weighed 311 pounds. When asked what made him decide to change, he said: “The day I couldn’t breathe when I bent over to tie my shoes.” Since