Wellness Blog

The Mental Side to Sport Training Recovery

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

July 7, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - The Mental Side to Sport Training Recovery

Anyone who trains for peak performance in a sport or athletic pursuit of any sort will know that recovery is just important as the physical training itself and eating a diet that works for reaching your goals. Rest is commonly understood to be important for recovery. It’s true that letting the body be at rest and getting sufficient quality sleep is a key to growing, improving, and maximizing your output potential. However, there’s another ‘R’ in the equation - relaxation.

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Topics: Fitness, Women's Health, Build Mass, Men's Health, Body, rest, recovery, training

Resist Reactions: Diet & Supplementation Choices to Curb Inflammation

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

May 23, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - Resist Reactions: Diet & Supplementation Choices to Curb Inflammation

Our immune and lymphatic systems can be the source of great displeasure and distress for the body, but they’re at or near the top of the list in as far as being indispensable to our overall health. Long story short, you really wouldn’t want to do without them, even if you could. When it comes to their role in inflammation, it’s really just a negative instance of a process that is wholly beneficial for the body the vast majority of the time.

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Topics: Fitness, Body, Joint Pain, training

Be the Exception: Ensuring Your Body Doesn’t Age Faster Than You Do

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

May 16, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - Be the Exception: Ensuring Your Body Doesn’t Age Faster Than You Do

It has got to be one of the most common complaints, and one that’s heard from generation after generation as they ‘get on’ in life; the heart’s saying yes, but the body’s saying no. The reality is – whether we like it or not – oftentimes you need to have both those parts of the equation on board the yes train if you’re going to continue doing everything that you love to do as you get older.

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Topics: Fitness, Women's Health, Men's Health, Body, Cardiovascular Health, training

Be Like Gordie: Being Active & Then Some Well Past 60

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

May 12, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - Be Like Gordie: Being Active & Then Some Well Past 60 Some of you may have never heard of Mr. Hockey. Even if that’s true, you’ll almost certainly think similarly that if he was in fact Mr. ‘Hockey’, then he  must  have come from Canada. Well, Gordie Howe most certainly did come from the country that is - and always will be - the world’s premier ice hockey powerhouse. He hailed from the hockey hotbed of Saskatchewan, and what made him especially noteworthy in addition to his immense skill was the fact that he played his final game of professional hockey in 1980 at the age of 52.
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Topics: Fitness, Body, Joint Pain, training

Breakfast of Champions, the Delicious Variety

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

May 5, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - Breakfast of Champions, the Delicious Variety

It’s commonly understood that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And that’s not just based on popularity of opinion, as there’s easy-to-understand logic in coming to that conclusion. There is the longest duration of time between the previous day’s dinner and breakfast the next.

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Topics: Nutrition, Recipes, training

A Little Push: Supplementing for Bodybuilding Results

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

March 28, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - A Little Push: Supplementing for Bodybuilding Results Many people make a hobby out of keeping one of their possessions in tip-top shape. For example, the Saturday mechanic who enjoys restoring and maintaining classic muscle cars.
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Topics: recovery, supplementation, training

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