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How to Prepare for a Good Night’s Sleep
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How to Prepare for a Good Night’s Sleep

Filed in Sleep by on 09/04/2017 Comments • views: 1139

High quality, uninterrupted sleep (preferably seven to eight hours) plays a critical role in losing weight, attaining optimal health and getting the body of your dreams. High quality sleep promotes: Appetite control Energy improvement Stress reduction Maximum production of growth hormone for calorie-burning muscle A willingness to exercise To consistently get high quality sleep, you […]

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Steel Cut Oatmeal views: 1059

Most of us have a genuine desire to eat healthier. As we walk down the supermarket aisle, we’ll notice an oatmeal product and think ‘Hey, I’ll get some oatmeal! That’s gotta be good for me!” Not necessarily. Many oatmeal products (particularly some instant oatmeal products) include high fructose corn syrup, an exorbitant amount of sugar […]

SL Life Lessons: Focus on Execution, Not Outcome views: 811

In last year’s Super Bowl I watched in amazement as Tom Brady led the Patriots to a historic come from behind victory. The Patriots were behind a couple of touchdowns early in the game and the Falcons had momentum. The chances of the Patriots winning seemed virtually impossible. However, Tom Brady and his teammates never […]

Bosu Toss & Catch views: 936

Want to tone your legs and glutes, develop your arms, sculpt six-pack abs and strengthen your core? Try the Bosu Toss & Catch. Here’s how you do the exercise: Stand on the domed side of a Bosu ball with feet with in shoulders width and abs contracted. Lower your body until your knees are at […]

SL Life Lessons: Measure Your Productivity by How Much Seed You Sow views: 1429

A farmer who sows seeds often times has to wait days, weeks, months or even years before reaping a harvest. Given the time it takes for seeds to produce a harvest, the farmer doesn’t measure his/her productivity by “immediate” results. The farmer measures his/her productivity by how much seed he/she sows. It’s only by the […]

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