Friday April 14, 2017
Daily Thought

Ready For Our Second Challenge for 2017
Each year we offer 4 online challenges,
1. New Year New You (Completed)
2. Get Ready For Summer (4/15 to 6/30) 
3. Tour De France Challenge
4. Finish Strong Challenge

Join us online using your free Polar Flow website as we take on our next ten-week challenge.
 
“At the end of each day, you should play back the tapes of your performance. The results should either applaud you or prod you.” Jim Rohn

Polar Smart Coaching Training Tip: Set Up Your Next Challenge
Polar Flow is an amazing tool to help keep you on track to achieve the goals you have set for yourself.
Use a 3-step process to set up and track your results during this challenge.
1. Use your current or set up your free Polar Flow website
2. Use your Polar HR tracker to measure your results and share your results for accountability
3. Join our online challenge https://flow.polar.com/community/events/58f0eac6e97e4351dbd6935c/event
4. (optional) Track your energy balance calories burned versus calories eaten with www.myfitnesspal.com

Food Rules Tip: Eat wild foods when you can?Two of the most nutritious plants in the world —lamb’s quarters and purslane—are weeds, and some of the healthiest traditional diets, like the Mediterranean, make frequent use of wild greens. The fields and forests are crowded with plants containing higher levels of various phytochemicals than their domesticated cousins. Why? Because these plants have to defend themselves against pests and diseases without any help from us, and because historically we’ve tended to select and breed crop plants for sweetness; many of the defensive compounds plants produce are bitter. We also breed for shelf life, and so have unwittingly selected for plants with low levels of omega-3 fatty acids, since these fats quickly oxidize—turn rancid. Wild animals and fish too are worth adding to your diet when you have the opportunity. Wild game generally has less saturated and more healthy fats than domesticated animals, because most of these wild animals themselves eat a diverse diet of plants rather than grain.
 
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“While other parts of the body wear out as life progresses, the brain gets sharper the more it is used.” Richard Restak, neurologist

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