Are you looking to make your occasional strength class or Sunday spin session a regular ritual? Many casual exercisers want to sweat more often, but they struggle with finding the workout motivation to make fitness a part of their daily routine. Continue reading 4 Science-Backed Ways to Motivate Yourself to Work Out
When Stephen Hawking airs his opinion, whether it be about black holes, aliens, artificial intelligence or even Heaven, the world tends to take note. And this time the renowned British theoretical physics professor has gone on the record with a warning: if we, as a civilization, do not check our aggressive ways, we will be doomed. Continue reading Hawking: Our Aggression Will Destroy Humanity
- Throughout his life, Yusuke Kirimoto was overweight. He is pictured here in December 2006 with his wife and daughter in their Westminster, Colorado, home.
When he visited his relatives in Japan, they would jokingly say, “the sumo wrestler is back.” Their comments were meant to be funny, but Kirimoto still felt the sting.
Kirimoto and his wife Megumi had their daughter Sara in 2006. Like many toddlers, Sara would run around their Westminster, Colorado, home, and Kirimoto would trail behind her, trying to catch up. Continue reading From ‘sumo wrestler’ to distance runner
You’ve read several lists on how to keep fit, but do they actually work?
Every day we come across tips that are meant to help us lead healthier lives. Five tips to a flat tummy, 13 ab exercise to burn flab, 20 ways to eat cake and stay skinny, 30 ideas to stay stupid etcetera. Truth is, none of those tips work. Continue reading Four tough health tips