The Only “Whey” to Go

Over the last 2 years, I’ve severely reduced the amount of milk I drink. This somewhat coincides with the moving of my diet more towards a Paleo type diet. I said “somewhat” because another driving factor. If you’ve read my post about ‘American Milk’, ( you’ll know that it next to impossible to get milk…

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Pareto, Parkinson and Business

We’ve all heard about Pareto’s Law, otherwise known as the 80-20 rule. It states that as a percentage of time and effort that only 20% of your time will be effective, 20% of people earn 80% of all income, 20% of people will grow in your enterprise, 20% of customers account for 80% of sales volume, 20% of advertising yields 80% of the campaign’s results. So it only goes to say that you should be spending as much time with these 20%ers. There’s one hitch though. You never know who those 20% are going to be. So there are several strategies you can use to either expand that 20%, lower that 80%, or both.

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Excusitis, Fear, and Living in the Present

Excusitis, Fear, and the Present Do you find yourself saying: One of these days I’m gonna…. Just wait… you’ll see… If only I had … then I could… When X happens then I’ll… Excusitis We all fall prey to ‘excusitis’ at some time or another. It’s the human condition. Most of us for the most…

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Here Comes The Sun

Here comes the sun… Here comes the sun… Here comes the sun and I say, It’s all right… Well those are the lyrics of one of my favorite Beatles songs, Here Comes the Sun. Even without the many studies by scientists everywhere I could have told you that the sun is indeed a great thing.…

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What was the name of the character in 1986 film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” played by Ben Stein? Regardless, you remember the monotone presentation he had and how it literally bored the students to death. On the flip side of the coin do you remember a teacher that took a subject or topic and got…

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American Milk Is Not All That’s It Cracked Up To Be

American Nostalgia How much more American can you be than mom’s homemade chocolate cookies and a big glass of good ole milk? Maybe we can include apple pie and Chevrolet but I digress. But I used the word ‘American’ in that question for a reason. Milk is really not the same throughout the world. It…

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Using Nutrition to Stay Healthy

I’ve talked about how proper nutrition can help you shed some unwanted pounds, but nutrition can do more than just help you lose weight. In fact, it’s the best way to help your health overall. You’ve heard the saying that an apple a day will keep the doctor away. So nutrition definitely has some merit.…

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Success In The Woods

I spent this past Memorial Day weekend out in the woods at my buddy’s cabin. One of the things I really enjoy doing is riding ATVs. The trails consist of mostly of woods, hills, mud, and water. Being that the terrain is constantly changing and there are lots of trees, one doesn’t usually get to…

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Comeback Kid and Continued Success

Everyone likes a comeback kid. It’s a euphemism for someone who had a bad period of time and then exceeded and performed at a level they had onetime achieved. Many people reach levels of success and during their next season or year for some reason fail to repeat that same success. Some call it a…

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What is a Paleo Diet? And Why You Should Consider Giving it a Try?

Going Paleo A diet that is quickly becoming popular is the paleo diet. “Paleo” comes from the world Paleolithic, which is an era that started over two million years ago. This era is when much of our most important evolutionary advancements were made. The paleo diet is named after this time because it is based…

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What If Everyday is Saturday?

You know, today is Saturday. What’s nice about Saturday? First of all, for most people there is no BOSS (I’ll tell you what that is an acronym for in a bit) or a JOB (Another acronym). For many, it’s their escape out of the doldrums and monotony of the daily grind. It may not actually…

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The Importance of Nutrition in Fitness

I’ve talked about how important fitness is to us, and today I’d like to elaborate on how nutrition is an essential part of fitness. Nutrition isn’t just recommended for fitness, it’s an outright necessity. Contents Introduction How Nutrition Helps Fitness How Lack Of Nutrition Hurts Fitness Why Exercise Alone Doesn’t Cut It Exercise and Diet…

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Minimizing Sore Muscles

So this is the story of sore muscles and how it goes when people decide to commit to an exercise regimen after being sedentary for a while. They go at it with all good intentions for a week or two, and then start wondering why in the heck they wanted to do it in the…

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Give Yourself an Athletic Edge

Have your every wish you had an athletic edge? How many times have you just come up short during competition or felt you could have done better in your workout routines? Here a few ways to give yourself that edge that can get you over the hump. athletic edge So this is a natural enhancement…

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Garlic For Your Health

All that I can say is that I pity garlic. It gets a bad rap. Here is an edible plant that has a lot of medicinal qualities, is natural, but all people can think of is the bad breath it causes. I mean, there are several positive benefits of garlic which no one seems to…

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Read My Resources

Just want to let everyone know that over on the right hand side of this blog you’ll find something that says “Visit My Resources”. It doesn’t render on all of the posts but should show up most of the time. They are links to stories on other blogs. The owners of those blogs are contacts…

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Hypoglycemic Roller Coaster Diet

Hypoglycemic Roller Coaster The Average Day I think you’ll find that many, if not most people are on a roller coaster when it comes to their energy and stamina levels each day. They get up earlier than their bodies want them to because they stayed up later than they should have. Since they are short…

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Healthy Lifestyle Basics – Mindset, Fitness, and Nutrition

Introduction Living a healthy lifestyle will play the primary role in all aspects of your life. This includes your ability to be successful, happy, and healthy. Your career, your hobbies, and your day to day activities in general will be more fruitful if you are living a healthy lifestyle overall. Everything for which you endeavor…

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Nutrition At Work – Tips

[wps_custom_form id=0]Many of us are trapped in our cubes at our desks 8 hours each day and wonder how to get proper nutrition at work. This however doesn’t mean that we can use this as an excuse to eat less than desirable food each day and let our health deteriorate because of a bad diet.…

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Sleep For Athletes

One thing I have noticed is that in this fast paced world, one of the first casualties due to the lack of time in our busy day, is our sleep. I’m certainly guilty of not getting enough. What many people don’t realize is that our sleep deprivation can cause many problems with our health. People…

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