Lat Pull Down, Tri Ext, DB Chest Press, Rev. Lunge
Core 4 rds
10 Ball Pass
8 Back Extensions
6 Plank Knee Touch
Old Style? Ahh, summer at a Cubbies game?!
Nope. Not the tasty brew.
The Mediterranean Diet is associated with a wealth of health/wellness variables (ie, the Gold Standard).
And of course every other diet claims the same.
So, as usual, it matters not what you do
…just be sure you establish a tradition of healthy habits!
Follow the “Blue Zones” Diet/Lifestyle:
“Most people living in the Blue Zones enjoy physical activity incorporated naturally into their daily lives (like gardening or walking); a sense of purpose (like caring for grandchildren or civic volunteering); low stress levels and a slower pace of life; strong family and community connections; and a diet characterized by moderate caloric intake, mostly from plant sources.”
And a Mediterranean Diet:
“The Mediterranean diet, which is additionally defined by high intake of fiber, moderate alcohol and meat intake, antioxidants, and polyphenols, does have favorable effects on heart disease, cancer risk, obesity, metabolic syndrome, and ‘is potentially associated with defense against neurodegenerative disease and preservation of cognitive function, reduced inflammation, and defense against asthma.'”