Yogi Wongy (via meditatingoutloud)
You would die if you stopped breathing. You would suffer if you breathe improperly.
Environmental Health: Not exactly a new idea
“If you want to learn about the health of a population, look at the air they breath, the water they drink and the places where they live.”
—Hippocrates, father of medicine
You train to be healthy, do you encourage your environment to help you do that too?
I got into it a bit with a Trainer in my town… Tell me. Am I nuts?
Now, I’m certain that this girl is a decent trainer in her own right and that she has a great deal of experience and has done some homework over the years. My issue became that there was critique without an offer of feedback.
If you’ve got 7 spare minutes, I’d appreciate your feedback on her video post and part of our ensuing conversation (to which she has not replied to my offer to train together).
I should also say that this is an exercise in diplomacy for me… I hope I passed.
See her vlog here: http://www.girlwithnoname.com/2011/05/what-if-your-trainer-sucks/
And then the ensuing convo (which began on Twitter; which you can link to on the left):
So guys? What’s your two cents?
Ways to identify me. Pt3
I have been wandering this planet for nearly 35 years.
I have spent a predominance of my existence in the temperate rainforest of Western Canada.
I like moving my body, lifting heavy objects and being relatively fast.
I teach people how to carry themselves, breathe, move, lift and eat.
I like great food, particularly organic, local and fresh. I also have a terrible attraction to ketchup chips and cakes/cookies.
I eat predominantly plants with some fish, eggs and dairy. I will eat less fish, eggs and dairy soon.
I am able to speak English and to lesser extents French and Spanish.