Let's start the week loose. Comfortable. Flexible. Because flexible muscles make everything easier and less tiring. Today's Way'll relax and stretch your neck, shoulders, back and hips. Make them feel and function better.
An easy hike through an eerie environment. A nice walk in a place that has a slightly off-planet feel. Costa Rica's Poas Volcano. Way up in the Cloud Forest at 8,800'. Still active and steaming.
A 3-minute exercise to strengthen the muscles you use to stay on your feet. To train them to react fast. So when you step onto an uneven, slippery or unstable surface that makes you to begin to lose your balance - you'll immediately regain it.
Some folks go for Mardi Gras or Jazz Fest. I just go to eat. Between big events. When it's easy to walk the streets. That's important because it's Way too easy to just eat. Here's a Way to see the town and burn more calories than you swallow.
Time for a 1-minute exercise you can do at home or at work. One example of something you should do once every hour or two. C'mon. Stand up. Flex those hip muscles. Press Play to see the Way.
This is a magical places. Until I saw lava flow into the ocean and form land, I didn't really understand time or space. Give this walk a chance and it'll change you.
Because it's good to be a little stronger. So it's easier to pick up packages and climb mountains. And because I made a resolution to help you find the easiest Ways to feel better and stronger every day. Not like Arnold. Just stronger than you are now.
A very beautiful and very vertical town. Where the smallest streets are actually staircases. Where you walk up an appetite on the Way to every ristorante. Burn more calories than you swallow in this tiny hill town on Italy's Amalfi coast.
Because flexible muscles make everything easier and less tiring. Lifting packages, bending over to tie your shoes or running to catch a bus. Because my New Year resolution is to help you find the easiest Ways to feel Better every day.
From Howler Monkeys to screamin' surfers in one hour. Now that's extreme biodiversity. No electricity, no phones. But more flora and fauna species per square mile than you can imagine.