Good Reads For The Week - Indianapolis Fitness And Sports Training

Good Reads For The Week

written by Zach Moore

I love to read so I am constantly looking for good articles, blogs, books, etc.  So today I thought I would share some good blog posts, articles, and products that I have really enjoyed reading and that are relevant for anyone interested in health and fitness.  I hope you enjoy!

How To Lose Weight by Armi Legge

This is a great read on how to lose weight (obviously:) ).  What I like about this article is that it really explains, in detail, the process behind losing weight without promising unrealistic and unsustainable methods.  So many of us lose sight of the basics, which are largely what determines body composition and weight.

What’s Your Most Valuable Relationship? by Dr. Yoni Freehoff


I am a big fan of this author’s blog.  He is a family doctor and professor who focuses largely on obesity.  This is a very short read, but provides a great analogy for continually working to be healthy.  Living healthy is not always easy and you will not be perfect all the time – no one is – and that is OK.  As I have written about before, the most important thing is to continually work at it, and not let one mishap throw you off a healthy path.

Seduced by the Illusion: The Truth About Transformation Photos from the Huffington Post

Just look at the pictures.  I think you will be shocked.

I Expect Therefore I Feel by Dr. Charlotte Bulcke

We work with a lot of clients in pain at IFAST.  Pain is a very interesting topic that we are learning more and more about.  This article is a short, but very interesting read on some new research in the area of pain.  I think it has very important implications for anyone in pain, or anyone who communicates with people in pain.  Watch your language!

If you are more interested in this area, I highly recommend checking out the book, Explain Pain.  It is a fairly simple read even for people who are not well-versed in the area.

Bulletproof Athlete Training Program


I had to give a shout out to IFAST co-owner Mike Robertson on his new product.  It is a great resource and I highly recommend checking it out.  Also, don’t be fooled by the title.  You do not have to be an athlete to benefit from this program.

That is all for today.  Let us know in the comments if you have stumbled across any good reads lately, or any thoughts you have regarding the above links.

Have a good week!

Zach Moore

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