How to Change Your Body’s Chemistry Based on How You Think
Written by Michele Vieux

You probably know that what we eat, when we sleep and how we exercise can change our physiology and determine how our bodies react. But did you know that what we think can also cause chemical modifications in our bodies, directing them how to behave?

How What You Think Becomes Chemistry
The function of the mind is to create unity between what we believe and the “reality” that we experience. For example,

How to Change Your Body’s Chemistry Based on How You Think
Written by Michele Vieux

You probably know that what we eat, when we sleep and how we exercise can change our physiology and determine how our bodies react. But did you know that what we think can also cause chemical modifications in our bodies, directing them how to behave?

How What You Think Becomes Chemistry
The function of the mind is to create unity between what we believe and the “reality” that we experience. For example,

Bonnie, Piranhas, and Always Finishing Strong
Written by Kendall Kimball

No one was more terrifying than Bonnie. Her strawberry blonde hair, freckles, and petite 4-foot frame painted a picture of innocence, but the entire 3rd Grade class knew the truth. She was a tiny hellion who ruled the playground with an iron first.

There were three things that Bonnie loved: torturing her classmates, bragging about her pet piranhas, and running the 50-yard dash. And Bonnie was FAST. All that rage seemed to give her superhuman speed!

Every day –

Bonnie, Piranhas, and Always Finishing Strong
Written by Kendall Kimball

No one was more terrifying than Bonnie. Her strawberry blonde hair, freckles, and petite 4-foot frame painted a picture of innocence, but the entire 3rd Grade class knew the truth. She was a tiny hellion who ruled the playground with an iron first.

There were three things that Bonnie loved: torturing her classmates, bragging about her pet piranhas, and running the 50-yard dash. And Bonnie was FAST. All that rage seemed to give her superhuman speed!

Every day –

Stop Saying “Just”
Written by Invictus Athlete Josh Littauer

Have you ever been in a group of people and when asked each member of the group uses the word “just” to describe something they do or are? It seems commonplace, or maybe a simple nuance, but the word just has lots of meaning and implications. “I’m just going to go to get ice cream.” “I’m just a nurse.” “I’m just a secretary.” “I’m just going to do the CrossFit class.” Regardless of context there seems to be a few things we can deduce by using the word just.