Monthly Archive: October, 2012

The Perfect Reward

Not only does getting a massage or acupuncture help you relax, but studies show that they also support your fitness training or weight loss program making them the perfect rewards for a week of good habits. Studies show… Continue reading

Magic Pill

What if there was a magic pill that would help you maintain a healthy weight, decrease your chances of Alzheimer’s disease, Type II Diabetes, and improve mental cognition? That single magic pill may not exist… Continue reading

Making the Change & Self-Love

Change your lifestyle out of self-love, not self loathing. Being kind to yourself will help you stick to it. –Dave Asprey Experts Share 11 Tips To Stop Fat Talk By MARGARITA TARTAKOVSKY, MS Fat… Continue reading

Return on Investment

Making a high-intensity workout a daily routine does not have to take a lot of time.  By focusing on integrating various movements and working smaller muscle groups (like the arms) with larger muscle… Continue reading

Small Activities, Great Rewards

Here Paul discusses the importance of making small choices throughout our day to be more active and the substantial effect it can have on our body and brain resilience.  Each choice we make… Continue reading

Best Friends

Spending time with friends can add decrease stress, make a boring workout fun, offer motivational support, and add a little competition to the mix.  The best part is getting to be yourself with… Continue reading

Movie It Like a Pro

Paul Taylor talks with Sports Science Manager, Jason Weber, about the balance of  creating routines and mental agility professional athletes need to succeed.  Likewise, finding a balance of isolated and integrated methods of… Continue reading

The Island Where People Forget to Die

Why the residents of the island Ikaria in Greece live such long and healthful lives?  How can we apply the longevity and resilience the residents of Ikaria have in Ballarat? Is it their… Continue reading

Metabolic Syndrome: Prevention and Treatment

Excerpt from Obesity -The Tip of the Iceberg? Metabolic Syndrome, also known as Syndrome X, or the insulin resistance syndrome, represents a cluster of health risk factors present at one time in an individual.… Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Prevention

In case you missed Paul’s talk at Acumotum last Tuesday, we have a video.  Here Paul discusses the link between lifestyle and Alzheimer’s disease, offering simple ways to thrive as we grow older.