The Negative Effects of Sitting Too Long
We know that heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer are the top diseases threatening our health—and that eating well, getting enough exercise, and reducing stress are powerful habits for prevention. But there’s one disease risk-increasing lifestyle habit almost everyone does too much: sitting. Many researchers have determined that sitting is the new smoking—and, in fact, it may be more dangerous.
Superior physical performance. Finer mental clarity. Supercharged energy, from rep-to-rep. These are all benefits of a pre-workout—when chosen wisely. The pre-workout supplement industry is saturated, but there’s a reason athletes and gym-goers use them before each workout: When they’re good, they work!
If you’re a fitness buff, you have a passion for pushing yourself to the max and testing your limits. But when does pushing become too much? And how do your fitness goals fit into a more holistic plan for self-care?
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