3 Things I am Loving Right Now

Posted by on Jun 4, 2018 in Fat loss, Life, Personal Training | 0 comments

Happy Tuesday 🙂

  I hope you all had a lovely Queens Birthday weekend. I would love to say that we polished the silverware, pulled out the china and enjoyed high tea but … I would be lying. That said I did eat sausages and drink a beer so I figure that’s pretty British 🙂

  In today’s newsletter I thought I would share 3 things I am loving right now

 

Book I’m Reading -

  The World’s Fittest book by Ross Edgley

IG: @rossedgley

  How to train for anything and everything, anywhere and everywhere.

  The World's Fittest is your fitness enthusiasts Bible. Ross Edgley has been setting records all around the globe.  
  • Ran a marathon pulling a car
  • Climbed 8848 meters, the height of Everest up a rope
  • Ran 1000 miles barefoot in a month carrying 50kg
  • Completed an Olympic distance triathlon carrying a 50kg tree
  • Ran 31 marathons in 31 days on a treadmill in his kitchen
  • Swam 100 km across the Caribbean pulling a tree
  • Swam non stop for 48 hours

  The book  follows these crazy records and also dives into the science behind strength, power, endurance and more.

  

     

Supplement I’m Using -

  EstroQuench by Douglas Labs.

  On the last Hormone profile I ran on myself my estrogen levels were higher than they should have been and seeing my Testosterone was on the high (a good thing) the suggestion is that the excess is from Xenoestrogens a chemical compound that mimic estrogen. Xenoestrogens are endocrine disruptors and have been linked to breast, prostate and testicular cancer, obesity, infertility, endometriosis, early onset puberty, miscarriages and diabetes.

  Xenoestrogens are everywhere, they are in your skin care products, shampoos, laundry products, bedding, makeup, toothpastes, toilet paper, paper towels, plastics, printers, carpets, copiers, foods, water etc etc

  Though most of my food is organic and my beauty routine 🙂 only consists of natural products I am still challenged by our modern living environment. In fact the last few hormone profiles I have run for clients have come back with excess estrogen. Not good 🙁

  For a deeper dive here is a 40 minute documentary - The disappearing male. This documentary takes a look at everything BPA and phthalates that may be having disastrous effects on our kids

  ‘’The Disappearing Male is about one of the most important, and least publicized, issues facing the human species: the toxic threat to the male reproductive system.’’

https://topdocumentaryfilms.com/the-disappearing-male/ 

 

Picture of the Week -

                       

  This was taken a few days ago at Ocean Beach. A barefooted Milly left the beaten track and went exploring amongst flora.

  In the words of North Face - Never Stop Exploring     That's it for today

Paul "carrying two cars above my head" and Krystie "it doesn't count if they are Bear's matchbox one's" Miller.    

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