Something as simple as fire might be the reason you're reading this today. I probably have some Neanderthal blood running through me—in fact, one of my friends is convinced I have a lot. But cooking food is part of our survival story. For follow-up, watch Tom Hanks in Castaway again.
The Castaway diet is something most people should consider: coconut, crab, fish…and nothing else. It seems to work. If you can’t get to an island by Friday (literary humor, if you don’t get the joke maybe you should take a Crusoe instead), try this more sane approach.This is basic advice. I don’t know what that one supplement is, but it's worth a read. For magic supplement advice, try this simple daily thing that many people I know do.
And, since I seem to be on a survival kick here, this is an interesting article on practicing falling. I can’t preach this often enough. Wednesday is my Turkish getup day, and I also spend several days a week rolling around a bit. It’s an investment in our future when we practice falling.
To stay in the game of sports and fitness, the following three articles are excellent, and honestly, they're good for anyone wanting to be active and fit.
Finally, Coach Stevo raises three great points that will make you laugh and cry if you're a fitness professional. People tell always us about all their self-discipline and the need for really hard workouts. They don’t usually have the first, and rarely need the second!
This week’s WW covers a lot of ground, but each article swings us back to the nitty gritty of what is key, important, basic, core and fundamental.