These organizations are working to put a stop to childhood obesity.
Obesity can be defined in many ways, but there is perhaps only one way we should look at it.
2 Weeks to Health predominately focuses on trying to get our readers on the path to a healthier life, but we have an underlying movement to try to reduce obesity one person at a time. Obesity not only affects the mental and physical health of individuals, but it also has security and economic outcomes. The … Continue reading Obesity is Not Just a Health Issue – Things Worth Sharing
For those who are unfamiliar with TED Talks, TED is an organization that hosts conferences around the world so people can share their ideas that are worth sharing. Usually these ideas worth sharing tackle some kind of societal issue. There are hundreds of talks about health and fitness on TED, but here are 5 of … Continue reading The Top 5 TED Talks on Health and Fitness
Every Christmas Santa visits about a billion homes around the world to bring gifts to all the good girls and boys. During each visit, Santa accepts a bite of a cookie and a sip of milk to show he was there. This means each house Santa consumes about 75 Calories per household or 75 billion calories … Continue reading What Santa Really Does During the Off Season
"I'm not telling you it's going to be easy, I'm telling you it's going to be worth it" -Art Williams Whether you're doing the 2 Weeks to Health Challenge or your own steps to become a healthier individual, set your goals knowing it's not going to be easy. Along the way you will encounter sweat, … Continue reading Quote of the Week – Dec 19
"Don't stop when it hurts, stop when you're done!" - Anonymous We will all have those workouts where we get 3/4 of the way through and our lungs are burning, we can't talk without gasping for air, and our muscles want to quit. Even when it hurts, it's important to remember that you will get … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 12 Dec
"Thinking and doing are two very different things"
"Don't ever, ever ring the bell" - Admiral McRaven
Encourage, Educate, Exercise