Ultimately the purpose of sleep is to take time for the body to renew.
To prepare for the next foray into the world.
It amazes me how our society, and, specifically, business owners look at sleep.
Now, I am not a sleep scientist. I am not someone who has fist full of research studies on the benefits of sleep. However, I can tell you that I feel better with a good night’s sleep, and less so at the end of a week with only 5-6 hours per night. Read More.. →
You get a notice that your smartphone needs an automatic upgrade.
Your tablet notifies you as well. Regularly. The operating systems need to refresh.
Your PC and/or laptop softwareprovides the same notice.
Even your carnotifies you when an oilchange and engine check needed. Read More.. →
Being more athletic or moving better, should be a goal of every exercise program.
Especially as we age.
Moving better can be defined as simply as you would like. Simply to move better is a noble goal and important achievements as we age. To move without soreness is an extension to this, especially in mid-life or older. Read More.. →
Overall, I think we are society that is very hard on ourselves. We, most often don’t take the time to give ourselves some credit.
Most of us live a busy life, with lots of things pulling us in many directions.
We often put those in the public eye on a pedestal. Let’s take a minute to give you some credit. You are a warrior. Read More.. →
A guest post from STAK Fitness team member Todd Hlushko
Great perspective when you are trying to improve in your fitness offering. (it’s not just about commercial fitness equipment) Read More.. →