Working out could reduce drinking’s deadly risks From the CBC September 8, 2016 About 40% of respondents met minimum physical activity guide of 150 minutes of moderate intensity. Being physically active offset some of the mortality risks associated with drinking, researchers found. Move more to drink? Getting the recommended amount of exercise could help offset … More Report: Exercise and Alcohol Use
I was hacked in the fall of 2014. My first clue was my Task Manager was on overdrive. Stressed and sleepless, eventually panic overtook my healthy habits and replaced them with old comfort-junkie habits. ____ Last week The Good Men Project’s Facebook Page was hacked. The hack lasted only a matter of hours before the Editorial team recovered the content and the … More I was Hacked and I Lived to Tell About it!
If movie sequels can improve with age, what about personal sequels? Part 1 talked about how: Self-acceptance is at the core of any personal change. A better second half begins with acceptance. Fitness contributes to bigger habit muscles which help in every other area of our lives. Dumbbells makes you less dumb and improving fitness can be … More Your Better Half: Interview with Jay Scott (Part 2)
July 1, 2015 is not Canada Day, it is Terminator: Genisys Day. This is the day when liquid metal will become screenplay magic. I get my hopes up that sequels like this will be worth the wait, but most sequels seem to go a little limp. Maybe the producers need a little Video-Viagra? Sequels … More Your Better Half: Interview with Jay Scott
Exercise: take once per day and follow directions. Avoid doing it while driving. For best results, do not mix with alcohol or drugs. Some soreness is expected, avoid if pain persists. Take it when you feel up, take it when you feel down as expected results depend on consistency. Ignore the recommendations of the stupid … More A prescription that could change you