I hope you are all settling into the new year and new decade with fond memories from your holiday season. I thought I’d keep it simple this month with three offerings: two great articles and a video which will improve both your vision and balance.
Whether or not you subscribe to the “an apple a day keeps the doctor away theory”, you’ll enjoy knowing about the apple that changed the world.
Concerned about the environment and the effects of plastic? This article has so much great information and even more so, educates us as to what we can do about it.
There are so many simple and easy things we can do to improve our health and movement world. Improving vision and balance, with simple drills like this one, offers such a huge payoff for so little time and effort.
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I spent the holidays in Taiwan and Vietnam. First time in Taipei and second visit to Vietnam. Great trip! One thing remains abundantly clear. Walking around cities (I average 8-9 miles a day) and travel in general, requires stamina, strength, good vision and balance for negotiating sidewalks, curbs and crossing traffic, and a digestive system that’s working well. It’s a blessing that all my years of following a health and fitness oriented lifestyle pays off.
I don’t make New Year’s resolutions, per se, though I do write and reflect on my past year. I also look ahead and choose one or two aspects of how I spend my time and energy that might need some tweaking. For 2020, I’ve chosen the motto “move with more variety.” By this I mean that my movement map needs to grow because I tend to do the same fitness routines day in and day out. I’ve already started to add Tai Chi back into my movement choices and it feels great. Free form dancing around the living room? Yes…….movement with no prescribed steps fits the bill.
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