3 Reasons to try Heart Rate Variability – HRV

3 Reasons to try Heart Rate Variability – HRV

Of course, heart rate variability (HRV) isn’t a sexy topic like calories and belly fat. You may or may not have even heard of it until now. In fact, if yo your healthy journey, maybe it’s not a strong enough of a player to worry about just yet. However, if you have been training for quite some time then you really need to think about diving into this head first. When someone comes into our club and asks us to help them lose weight, I can safely assume they are in a state where their health can improve. That’s not that far fetched, but putting a definintion to health is mighty tough to do. In The Restoration Project I make a strong case in Chapter 1 why stress on the body is the #1 contributor to declined health. Not only does your chronic state of stress determine your decline of health, but how healthy you can become too. Stress can cause belly fat, perpetuate sugar cravings, cause cholesterol blockages in the heart, disrupt sleep patterns and inhibit recovery from workouts. The downstream affects of emotional, dietary and movement triggered stress is in direct correlation with your overall health. So will monitoring your stressors help you fit into a pair of skinny jeans? Absolutely. Monitoring your internal response to life factors including a training program can ensure that you never over train yourself and experience all of the ugly side effects of over-doing it because it happens to alot of people. If you  haven’t read The Result Cult Guide to Heart Rate Variability please get it. It’s a full explanation...
Crockpot Easter eggs?  Not quite!!!

Crockpot Easter eggs? Not quite!!!

Easter eggs? Not quite!!! Is it totally lame that I’m super excited to make a crockpot chicken roast with all these pretty colors?! HAPPY EASTER!!!   In the crockpot: 1 whole chicken (take out giblets) Organic carrots Sweet potatoes Yellow and Red Onion Garlic Water Salt Dab of Red Pepper   Turn on medium and leave over night 🙂 WAH LAH!...
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