Vitamin K plays an important role in the function of the body. It is a key player in blood flow and clotting. If you are deficient in vitamin K when you are cut or injured your blood will not clot as easily. Some scientists and researchers also think that vitamin K is important for maintaining your bone health, especially as you age.
It is no secret that certain vitamins can not only contribute to better overall health and life longevity but some may not be aware of the fact that vitamins can also help our bodies heal quicker than they normally would without vitamins. For those who participate in sports activities or exercise regimes accidents and injuries are to be expected. One vitamin that is aggressive in helping our bodies recover is vitamin C.
The naked truth is that your brain starts to deteriorate from the age of 30 and can rapidly decrease beyond the age of 50. Diminishing attention span and verbal skills, lack of abstract and creative thinking, trouble with learning new things and retaining new information, slowing memory and reduced sleep quality are some of the warning signs that your brain is starting to fail you.
Most people are aware that you need to exercise in order to live a healthy life. Most of these people think that the main goal of exercise is to lose weight. However this isn’t always the case. Another main goal of exercise is to help build up the strength of one of the most important muscles in your body; the heart.
Just because you don’t have access to machines or other expensive equipment it doesn’t mean you are unable to carry out strength training. In fact, everybody has their own set of weights at their disposal; their body. This is where body weight exercises are born.
A recent fitness trend is to use no support running shoes transitioning into barefoot running for training. Here we answer a few common questions about no support running shoes and barefoot running so you can decide if it’s the right training for you.
We look at overcoming a crippling emotion to our success, fear! There are some destructive effects of fear. For example, fear breeds fear; it has the ability to exaggerate itself. Fear causes inactivity. And, by distracting us, fear causes us to take our eyes off the goal. There are three steps to fixing your fears.
Do- It- Now. We all are capable of achieving amazing results, the problem though is that often procrastination gets in the way.
Self-discipline really encompasses nearly everything in life. Do you remember in school when you were given 30 days to write a term paper? Did you start it that first night?
The Principles of Performance. These principles are the foundation for us to incorporate to perform at our best.
Much of success is about performance. It’s about what we do and what we are able to inspire others to do. There are some simple performance principles I have learned in my life, and I want to share them with you. They really bring success, and what it takes to be successful, into sharp focus. They are also the basis for developing and maintaining an expectation of success.
Each and every day, there are people all around the country and world who are living their dreams. Millionaires are made every day. Families are experiencing tremendous relationships. People are becoming more and more healthy. Lifelong learners are growing intellectually and improving their chances for success