Accomplishing your dream body doesn’t have to be an impossible journey. But it does require you to forget some of the popular information, which might be the real reason you haven’t achieved your goals.
Minimum Effective Dose is part of the Born Fitness mission to provide usable, simplified answers to common questions, add valuable information, and upgrade your health. Each week we’ll provide tips and thoughts (with links) that will improve your life without overload.
There’s a fundamental flaw in most diet and fitness plans that needs to be corrected in order to prevent you from becoming health obsessed.
Get off your phone. That’s the message that needs to be spread after two recent studies found that roughly 176 million people check their phones more than 60 times per day. Let those numbers sink in. I’m not anti-phone or anti-technology. If my analytics tell me the truth, odds are you’re probably reading this on a mobile device right […]
Sometimes, feeling better has nothing to do with fitness or nutrition. Learn the change you can make that improves your health and helps others.
The life of a teacher is misunderstood. Sure the hours appear great. And summers off are nice. But the illusion of a life of relaxation underscores the incredible amount of time it takes to prepare, teach, grade, and then prepare some more. Toss in stressful interactions with students and parents, and teachers find themselves in […]
Why is your progress stalled with fitness and diet? Don’t plan your plan. Here are 4 methods to help you become better by avoiding the “resolution model.”
Struggling to see results from your nutrition and fitness efforts? Change your luck by taking a gain approach.
Certain nutrition basics appear to be timeless regardless of your diet: Eat breakfast. Eat fruits and vegetables. Don’t feast on sugary foods on a regular basis. All of this was indisputable until intermittent fasting came into the picture, and the importance of breakfast was brought into question. Or more accurately, the timing of meals was […]
About 2 years ago I was introduced to Kris Carr. If you don’t know Kris, her story is one worth reading and sharing. Kris is an inspiration, a source of energy, and a representation of what is good in this world. That’s what happens when you take on an incurable form of cancer, make your […]
Some in the health industry make it seem like coffee is bad for you. But research paints a different picture, and suggests that it might be part of a healthy diet.
Fitness frustration is caused by a flaw in the health system. But a simple shift in mindset can help you achieve any goal, from weight loss to muscle gain.