A few months ago I was contacted by Marnix through a friend to see if I was able to help with their online store.
I’m fairly familiar with online marketing type things and have some ideas on how to build a business online so I was more than happy to meet Marnix and see what I could help with.
Marnix explained to me that he and his friend Martin bought a share in a business called Boosta.
Boosta was created by Hayden from New Zealand where they make healthy nutritious snack bar for people who are fairly active in their sports.
Marnix told me he used several of these products during his Iron Man competition and that they were some of the best he had ever tasted.
One of the key unique features of these bars is that they have no chemicals or other unhealthy ingredients and are purely focused on natural ingredients. One of that key ingredient is the Manuka Honey from New Zealand.
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So I recently bought a new book that is by the legendary Tim Ferriss. You may know him from the 4 hour work week and 4 hour body.
I’ve had the 4 hour body in my possession for a long time (even got the early bird autographed version). But I finally was able to read a large section of it and a lot of the items were about weight loss and he had a few tips.
Eat Smaller Portions
Pretty easy win here. Just put less on your plate so less goes into your mouth.
A lot of the regular diets will tell you to eat smaller portions, but a different way is to (well eat less) but also spread your meals during the course of the day. So you have about 4 or 5 meals every day with a few hours in between.
The reason for this is that your body will continue to burn the food and not store it as “fat”. Hence you will have less after a while when eating more spread out. This is one of the very common tricks or easy methods to get started
Chew Your Food More
A famous blogger lost a significant amount of weight by one simple trick.
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I just came across this image on Facebook and thought it would be a cool thing to share with you guys.
Have a look and let me know if you agree 😉
Getting back into running after injury can present some challenges. Before you can start running again, you should first and foremost appreciate every mile. Therefore, do not try to run many miles as you try to make a comeback as this will only make your running injuries worse. Below are more useful tips that will help you get back in shape within no time.
The moment you get approval to run again, remember to slow things down. Be patient and takes thing slow. Gradually increase running distance and the time. Some runners tend to forget about the vital rehab exercises and physical therapy sessions. To prevent injuries from recurring, take the necessary preventative care. Running Injuries can take a very long time to heal as want to get back into running so take it slow.
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