Well I don’t know about you, but if you’re a Toronto Blue Jays fan like me you’re still mourning the loss from last week! Arghhh. To top it all off our GM that orchestrated our playoff run is leaving as well. It should be an interesting offseason. Who knows what’s in store next year. Anyways hope everyone had a great week and is looking forward to this Halloween weekend. I’ve been pretty good this week, and I haven’t indulged too much. But tomorrow….oh boy. There’s a box of Reese’s Pieces with my name on it and I plan on destroying it like a pregnant woman craving cupcakes!
It’s safe to say most Canadian guys are somewhat involved in hockey one way or another. If you’ve started your season or are just about to, check out our latest guest post by Dr. Joe on Hockey and IT Band Syndrome.
Well here’s this weeks round-up from around the blogosphere:
Mark Sisson from Mark’s Daily Apple addressed the controversial WHO findings on meat. Okay, not for anything, eating hot dogs and salami everyday probably isn’t ideal. Last week I wrote an article outlining the benefits I’ve experience since giving up wheat. When I gave up wheat I increased my meat intake and I’ve never felt healthier. Just some food for thought.
Dai Manuel at The Moose is Loose enlightened us on how being financially fit is critical if you want to be #LifeReady.
Got neck pain? Breaking Muscle gave us the ultimate head and neck workout.
Interested in calisthenics? Don’t know what the hell calisthenics is? Check out this inspiring 2 Year calisthenics transformation posted by Ross Training.
Well that should sum things up for this week. Some of you have probably noticed I’ve been posting less articles on Friday’s. I’ve actually asked a couple reader’s and the feedback I’ve been getting is that most guys don’t have time to read 10 or 12 articles over the weekend. So I’ve tried just to cherry pick the articles that would provide the most value to busy guys on the go.
I hope everyone has a great weekend and a very Happy Halloween. Wherever you’re in the world have a safe and fun weekend.
Keep the blue side up.
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