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Brain,

10 Morning Routines That Successful People like Tony Robbins and Tim Ferriss Do Everyday

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Wash, rinse, repeat, be successful.  That’s a great recipe for both clean hair and creating successful people.  What does that even mean?  Simple, routines help us accomplish more.  You want clean hair?  You follow those steps each time and get a positive result.  You want to be successful?  Then make a routine.  To be even more successful, execute that routine in the morning.  By starting out the right way you create and fuel success from start to finish each and every day. Who do Routines Work for? A routine is something you do without fail to get a result.  To

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Hot Saunas Equal Enhanced Performance and an Overall Enhanced You

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Some like it hot, some like it not.  Whether you are a lover of saunas, or absolutely can’t stand the heat, you should know that saunas are extremely beneficial.  With the use of a sauna you can enhance your athletic performance, improve your health, and boost your overall wellbeing. Saunas are a way to hyperthermically condition your body.  You may have heard that before, but may be wondering what exactly does that mean.  To hyperthermically condition your body means you are basically making your body stronger through heat stress, and yes saunas are great for inducing heat stress. Hyperthermic conditioning or heat stress can

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Nutrition,

How Eating a High Fiber Diet Keeps the Gut Microbiota Happy and Healthy

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Feed Your Gut Bacteria or They Will Feed on YOU! In this article I discuss: How gut health impacts our overall health How gut bacteria plays a role in inflammation and disease How diversity is the key to a healthy gut How fiber and probiotics play a role in gut health How antibiotics affect our gut biome How birth and childhood experiences affect our gut biome Let’s begin with the idea that your gut is a rainforest.  A rainforest is full of variety, variability, and species population numbers beyond our comprehension.  The rainforest is one of the most diverse and

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Fitness, Nutrition,

Why Athletes Need Magnesium to Maximize Performance

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Are you feeling exhausted, or getting unusual muscle cramps during workouts? You might be deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is an essential mineral that 75% of the U.S. population is deficient in. “Studies have shown that only about 25% of U.S. adults are at or above the recommended daily amount of 310 to 320 milligrams for women and 400 to 420 for men,” says Dr. Danine Fruge, Associate Medical Director at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami, Florida.1 One of the benefits of magnesium is the ability to help produce more mitochondria during exercise. There are two ways to become a high performing athlete.