“If you begin to think of all the information you consume as being food, What would you do differently?” JP Rangaswami
We have brains to move!
We move to get food, find a place to sleep and reproduce, that about sums it up. I was lucky enough to study Kinesiology and biomechanics in college and I apply those principles in personal training everyday.
This video is 20 mins and gets crazy in the middle with stats and graphs, but you will get the point in the first 5 mins
- Poor sleep leads to brain aging (time4sleep.co.uk)
Marcin Jakubowski: Open-sourced blueprints for
- TED 2011: billionaires, astronauts and Middle East activists (guardian.co.uk)
This 11yr old gives his thoughts on food – if you have any children let them watch this and get their opinions
Leave a comment about yours.
I LOVE to discuss mine!!
- Birke Baehr – Changing the World, One Kid at a Time (eatdrinkbetter.com)
One American eats as much as 43 Africans in one lifetime.
Jason Clay is a WWF vice-president who works with big corporations to transform the global markets they operate in, so we can produce more with less land, less water and less pollution. Full bio and more links
- Carb-load, But Don’t Get Weighed Down (lifescript.com)
- Power Up After Your Workouts (lifescript.com)
- Is Your Low-Carb Diet Compromising Your Health? (lifescript.com)
- The Rat Poison Packaging Art of Jason Clay Lewis (odditycentral.com)
- Help children develop eating healthy habits (abclocal.go.com)
- ‘Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show’ Episode 365: Low-Carb Pioneer Dr. Ron Rosedale Focuses On The Role Of Leptin (livinlavidalowcarb.com)
The art of human movement
Balance, stability, coordination. Our life involves all three. Our body moves within itself (cells, organs) to help us move ourselves (body,skills, career choice) and together we as individuals make a (changing) society.
The differences when compared to human movement, reflect our spatial awareness – the ability we have to recognize our bodies in a given space or plain.
- Dance Review: Pilobolus in Unfamiliar Territory, at Dartmouth (nytimes.com)
- DANCE: Pilobolus Returns To Dartmouth (huffingtonpost.com)