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Solon: My personal health habits (Part 2)
In Part 1, I talked about my own personal health habits with regard to nutrition and exercise. I try to exercise four, five times each week, depending on schedule, while keeping an eye to my future health and productivity. Nutritionally, ...
From 5 days ago
Solon: My personal health habits (Part 1)
As someone who writes and talks about health quite often, I haven’t really written about my personal health habits. My routine is by no means perfect. I still see some areas I can improve upon, but I’ve also gotten to ...
From 12 days ago
Solon: Exercise boosts memory, thinking skills
It is well established by now that exercise helps in maintaining and growing muscle mass, improves fitness capacities, as well as helps in the prevention of lifestyle diseases brought about by a sedentary lifestyle. When we exercise, physiological changes occur ...
From 19 days ago
Solon: Types of fitness plateaus
You’ve been working out for three months, enjoying progress, and then you’ve finally hit a point where you don’t see any progress.Here are three different types of fitness plateaus that we fitness folks have to consider:Plateau because of too little ...
From 26 days ago
Solon: You only have one body, exercise accordingly
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 78 percent of those hospitalized due to Covid-19 were either overweight or obese. The same report notes that obesity is a recognized risk factor for severe Covid-19, which is ...
From 33 days ago
Solon: The Olympics a week after: Reflections for health
The Olympics concluded a week ago. For people into fitness and sports, it has been one of the most exciting events this year and has taken away some of our worries from Covid. We were excited and over the moon ...
From 40 days ago
Solon: Differences between fitness coaches and strength and conditioning coaches
This Olympics has brought to the forefront the role of the strength and conditioning coach. Julius Naranjo, the strength and conditioning coach of Hidilyn Diaz, has a degree in Kinesiology from Guam and is currently finishing his Level 2 Australian ...
From 47 days ago
Solon: Reflecting on PH’s first Olympic gold
I knew I would see it in my lifetime but I never imagined it hitting so close to my heart.I first met Hidilyn Diaz when we invited her to Cebu after she won a Silver Medal from the Rio Olympics. ...
From 54 days ago
Solon: Extreme weather conditions, significant health effects
Has anybody else noticed that weather around the world has been extreme lately? There were heat waves causing deaths in Canada, widespread flooding in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. In China, three days of rain were equivalent to the previous ...
From 61 days ago
Solon: Stunting in children’s health
The World Bank recently published a report (which they subsequently apologized for) stating that 80 percent of Filipino children do not know what they ought to know in school. Our citizens’ education or lack thereof is a product of a ...
From 68 days ago