The 3 Rules of Health, Fitness, and Happiness

This presentation by Tony Horton was given to a youth group. However, the lessons he teaches are beneficial for all of us to hear.

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Quote of the Week – 27 Feb

“Don’t complain, 80% of people don’t care and 20% of people are happy you have them” – Lou Holtz

When you complain, the brutal chances are the person you’re talking to doesn’t care. This doesn’t have to be because they are mean people, but when you’re working out it should feel uncomfortable, for everyone. Complaining about how much pain you’re in or how sore you are will cause the other person to roll their eyes because they are feeling the same thing. There are also the people who are happy you are complaining because it makes them feel better about themselves. If you complain about being unable to lose weight, they will be happy you’re overweight because it makes them feel better about their weight. Then the only benefit of complaining is for the other person to feed off of your complaints. So when it doubt, stay positive and keep your complaints to yourself.

Fighting Tobacco use with John Oliver – Things Worth Sharing

Not only is John Oliver hilarious, but he makes great points about tobacco use in this video. It’s a bit lengthy but definitely worth the watch for not only a good laugh, but great information about the effects of tobacco use and why it’s so prominent and profitable.

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How to Live a Happy and Healthy Life – Things Worth Sharing

“We know objectively how to organize our health, and yet very few people do it. The right path to being a happy healthy person is to do everything we already know we are supposed to do.” A must see video from the Tragedy and Hope YouTube Channel.

‘Things Worth Sharing’ is the portion of the website where I share interesting and useful health and fitness articles not written by 2 Weeks to Health. Nothing is advertised, everything is awesome.