On Episode 62 of #WeGotGoals, we spend a host-ful episode talking about failure and how certain failures have ultimately led our guests (and us) to success. Listen to the full episode on aSweatLife.com.
Developmental psychologist Amanda Moreno, Ph.D., explains how mindfulness programs could help children buffer their stress. Read the full story for Chicago Magazine (and subscribe to the monthly Health & Wellness email newsletter).
Chef Josh Katt, the founder and CEO of Kitchfix, isn’t a goal guy. But don’t take that to mean he’s achieved less than other guests we’ve had on the show. Listen to the episode on aSweatLife.com.
A new study reveals how being a night owl affects your health. Read the full article for Chicago Magazine.
If you’re looking for a little help (not to mention some inspo) while you take on your first tri, look no further than four-time Ironman World Champion Chrissie Wellington. Read the full article on aSweatLife.com.
Every year, aneurysms burst in the brains of about 10 in 10,000 people. Read the full story for VICE’s Tonic.
“I didn’t expect so much, but I’m very happy it turned out this way. I was just exercising, and now I’m all over the world.” Read the full article for Runner’s World.
On this week’s episode of #WeGotGoals, Lynne Nieto shares how goals shift and relationships grow through even the hardest circumstances. Listen to how she and her husband Augie Nieto – founder of Life Fitness – started an organization built to end ALS.
Drawing what’s on your mind can help you process emotions. Read the full story for VICE.
What can you learn from talking to people who suffer from uncommon medical conditions? Positivity, persistence and the satisfaction of giving back. Read the full post on aSweatLife.com.