Well at Work
People who are interested and involved in their work are more likely to lead healthy lifestyles, according to a new Gallup report [HuffingtonPost.com].
Performance specialist Craig Friedman says that improving the quality of your sleep and getting more sleep will help you feel better and perform better. Use his tips to sleep better tonight.
Well at Work
A study published in the journal PLoS ONE found that a stressful job can increase a woman’s risk of a heart attack [HuffingtonPost.com].
Metabolic specialist Paul Robbins explains how you can burn more calories and turn up your metabolism with a simple twist to your cardio routine.
The Performance Life
Long before airlines began charging for checked bags, Mark Verstegen traveled solely with carry-on luggage. The founder of Core Performance was never one of those frequent flyers that wedged a stuffed roller board into the overhead bin. Instead, he discovered years ago that traveling with as little as possible enabled him to be more productive and efficient while on the road—to say nothing of saving time dealing with checked baggage. He keeps relentlessly honing his packing strategy to be even more efficient. Here are four of his top tips to lighten up:
Core Performance nutritionist Amanda Carlson-Phillips clears up confusion surrounding portion sizes using a primitive, yet versatile measuring tool.
Well at Work
People who drive to work gain more weight yearly, even if they exercise, than people who don’t drive to work, according to a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine [HuffingtonPost.com].
In the News
Mark Verstegen, founder and president of Athletes’ Performance and Core Performance, is a very busy man. Recently, he was joined by photographer Chris Hinkle for the new website DITLO.com, or Day in the Life Of, to visually capture the many things Mark does in a day.
Having a good support system of family and friends can help you reach your weight loss goals, but what about your Twitter followers? A new study found that connecting with others about your weight loss goals on Twitter can aid weight loss [HuffingtonPost.com].
Q: I enjoy running outside year round. When is it too cold to run outside?
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Train an often overlooked area with this mini-workout from Core Performance’s founder.
Researchers have found that hunter-gatherers don’t expend more energy than westerners. Here’s how to crank your metabolism into overdrive.
A study found that sustainable engagement is the key to improving employee health.
Here's what you need to know about using obstacle races to build teamwork at work.