GUTS― Greatness Under Tremendous Stress―is more than a motivation guide. It’s a complete life-changing program full of powerful, transformational strategies straight from the Navy SEAL
Karamo discussed vulnerability as the root cause of the problem. In his opinion, we should embrace it rather than fearing it. He believes it unites us rather than divides. The intimate connections we all struggle to attain are what, he believes require us to be vulnerable. Karamo presented a blueprint to achieve this. Part of this is rejecting the noise that we are bombarded with coming from social media and advertising.
In this Special Edition Podcast, Abby and Dr. Jay join two prominent Los Angeles physicians, Dr. Adam Saby and Dr. Ashraf Elsayegh for an in depth discussion regarding the biggest health concerns of the future.
For most of us, the catharsis felt from putting an end to 2020 is profoundly felt. Nearly an entire year has been consumed by the COVID-19 Pandemic and this placed an unprecedented strain on all of our lives. Each of us has suffered both physically and mentally is countless ways. We are survivors, but 2020 has certainly transformed us all
When it comes to working out, you may think about getting physically fit. The main thing that you need to know is that starting is not the problem. Maintaining your fitness is. Official guidelines say that adults should be doing strength exercises, as well as 150 minutes of moderate activity a week. It can be difficult to do this, especially if you live a very busy lifestyle.
The pandemic of 2020 and the economic downturn has hurt everyone’s business, and those who will survive and thrive are the ones who can adapt to changing circumstances, providing safe, reassuring environments for customers and utilizing the latest technology for remote and virtual training as well as group training in a safe, socially distanced setting.
Placebos can’t cure diseases, but research suggests that they seem to bring some people relief from subjective symptoms, such as pain, nausea, anxiety and fatigue. But there’s a reason your doctor isn’t giving you a sugar pill and telling you it’s a new wonder drug.
“Remember that not getting what you want Is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck.” ~Dalai Lama. Let me tell you a story. I first read it in a book on Taoism, but I’ve seen it in at least a dozen other places since then, each with its own variation. Here’s the gist:…