First off Happy Thanksgiving to our American readers! Hope you ate plenty of turkey, played some touch football and drank your weight in beer! Well we sure goofed up here. We thought last week was Black Friday. We even wished everyone happy shopping. In our defence we’re not American and the whole Black Friday shopping craze has only started to gain popularity here in Canada. Anyways, if you’re venturing out to do some shopping good luck, be safe and get those elbows out and face palms ready…..
Here’s this week’s round-up from around the blogosphere:
On Monday we talked about the 80/20 rule for health and fitness. Most people think you need to kill yourself in the gym to be in great shape. As discussed in the article this couldn’t be further from the truth.
If you order your steak well done (or Chicago style) do you ever wonder if it’s actually healthier for you the more cooked it is? Well Primal guru Mark Sisson at Mark’s Daily Apple answered that very question.
Our buddy Dai Manuel over at the Moose is Loose kicked off his #netzerogain challenge. Basically the challenge is to gain ZERO weight over the holiday season. He’s got all the details on his page. If you’re worried about gaining a few extra pounds over the holidays check it out.
Breaking Muscle gave us 7 simple daily rules for health and happiness.
Taylor Temper discussed how even Donald Trump thinks companies should offer better child care.
Do you love diet soda? Well Dr. Phoenyx discovered (GASP) diet soda still makes you fat!
Carly Rowena talked about how she finally went back to meat. Take that vegans and vegetarians. Another point for the good guys!
Natty or Not answered a reader’s question: Are fitness models on steroids living the ultimate YOLO life?
Spot Me Bro wondered if Bro science is really science.
End of Three Fitness gave us a 4-step formula for developing a new habit.
Ever train in the cold? Well Roman Fitness Systems just dropped a cold weather conditioning guide.
Ross over at Ross Training discussed the importance of clarity.
Well that should sum things up for this week. Wherever you are in the world I hope you have a safe and fun weekend.
Keep the blue side up.
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