My first week of college, I didn’t know anything about exercise. But I said, "You know what? I can buy a pair of running shoes."Dr. Michael Brown
- We often treat the cars we have today better than we treat the bodies we will have forever.
- We often blame a lack of time for our lack of exercise even though just one minute of exercise could improve our physical and mental health.
- If we fail to prioritize our physical health, we will have fewer years on this earth to become the best version of ourselves.
- The five essential ingredients of a fantastic day are mornings, mediation, meals, mindset, and movement.
- Physical activity improves more than just our physical health, creating positive effects in our mental health, our professional life, and our relationships with others.
- We can choose to engage in a healthy and helpful physical activity even when we don’t feel like it.
- Always make room in your budget for a good pair of running shoes.
- Set an alarm at intervals throughout your work day that reminds you to take a walk or perform a simple exercise.
- Incorporate physical activity into the recreational activities you share with the people you love.
Take A Walk
There is not a single area of life that is not improved by regular physical activity. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. Tyler Schwanz explore the many benefits of doing the very thing our bodies were made to do.
Fitness Isn't Everything
The physical dimension is the not the only dimension of life, nor is it even the most important. During this week’s final stop of Three Words On The Road, life coach Dr. Michael Brown and lifestyle coach Carter Good put food and fitness in their rightful place while offering dozens of helpful tips along the way.
Stop Weighing Yourself
When it comes to our health, success is measured by so much more than our weight. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and family physician Dr. Justin Brown explore the negative effects of focusing on the scale and offer countless recommendations to improve our physical well-being.