For many of us, it’s the most basic areas of our recovery that are often neglected. A good example of this is sleep. Are you getting enough? Probably not… most of us aren’t.
Most of us live in a culture where we are constantly burning the candle at both ends.
We may be losing sleep because of work, staying up late to study, or spending the night out having fun. The truth is, there’s no shortage of things getting in the way of us maintaining a healthy sleep routine.
Our global community has become incredibly fragile. Between COVID-19, and the growing number of injustices against people of color across the globe, the cracks in the foundation of human life have become too many to ignore.
Supporting one another has always, and will continue to be one of the most important parts of the human experience; yet, it’s possible that it has never been more important than it is now.
It’s hard to think of a time when exercise and the culture that surrounds it wasn’t a part of everyday life. From ads boasting the fat-burning qualities of green coffee bean supplements to the rise in popularity of programs like P90X, fitness has become a staple in most countries around the world.
Now, the story of how exercise became what it is today is fascinating, but also incredibly detailed. Historically, breaking a sweat couldn’t look any different than it does today. Interesting fitness facts date back all the way to pre 10,000 BC.