How to lose weight, enhance performance and feel good about yourself

People ask me all the time how to lose weight, stay focused and stay strong.. In my life I’ve been a martial arts competitor, fitness trainer, personal trainer and Martial Arts instructor I’ve always tried to enhance my body’s potential to not only age slower but improve my athletic performance by way of various training regimens as well as nutritional philosophies. Never had I had such success as I have with using Mr. Sisson’s Primal Blueprint. If this blueprint to a healthier and happier life can work for a 50+ year old imagine what it can do for you. Here is the 7-Lesson Course on Primal Blueprint Fundamentals which anyone can follow. Just click the links below and you’ll be well on your

Bullying is all too real so here are 5 tips for parents.

School is starting up this month and along with having to meet new teachers, spending a bunch of money on school supplies, new clothes, new shoes and the occasional “I don’t want to go to school” you will have to deal with a fresh new batch of bullies. Bullying is all too real. Did you know that 25% of public schools report that bullying among kids happens on a daily or weekly basis? And that 1 in 5 high school students report being bullied in the past year? The good news is that because bullying has made national headlines, schools and communities (and even celebrities) are taking a strong stand against bullying. You can do your part at home, too. Here are 5 smart strategies to keep kids fr

It's HOT yet kids still need exercise: Dealing with Dehydration and Heat Illness

With the hot days of summer come summer sports -- baseball, tennis, football practice -- both in the neighborhood and at camp. Before you send the kids out to practice -- or just for a long day of play in the sun -- learn to protect your child against the dangers of dehydration and heat illness. WebMD turned to Albert C. Hergenroeder, professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine and chief of the sports medicine clinic at Texas Children's Hospital, for answers to parents' common questions. 1. What puts my child at risk for dehydration? The same things that put you at risk for dehydration: prolonged exposure to high temperatures, direct sun, and high humidity, without sufficient rest

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