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Resources

Exercise:

  • https://darebee.com/

    • Darebee offers​ hundred of free exercise routines, HIIT (High Intesity Interval Training) routines, exercise programs, challenges, running support and more.  A built in timer, mobile friendly and printable versions of everything make it easy to use anywhere and little to no equipment is required.

  • https://themovementfix.com/​

    • Ryan DeBell is a chiropractor and movement expert.  His style is simple, science based and his programs are well crafted.  His podcast is also a great way to geek out on using your body or if you need inspiration!​

  • Nike Run Club app (Apple store or Google Play)​

    • A great running app that is easy to use and free!  Guided runs for many distances, times, speeds as well as mindfullness runs with Andy Puddicombe's Headspace.  ​There is a free coaching section in which you can train for any distance run and track progress as you improve.

Meditation:

  • https://wakingup.com/

    • Sam Harris is an author, neuroscientist and thinker.  His "Waking Up" app walks you through 50 days of meditation, explains why it's important and many other insights.  Hands down the best meditation app I have used.  You can download several days and beginning lessons for free to try it out.

  • https://www.headspace.com/​

    • Andy Puddicombe has written several books on meditation, given TED talks and regularly produces meditations and help with meditation whether you like to sit, walk, stand or run.  His running mediations are included for free with the Nike Run Club app.  His website offers a great deal of guidance.​

Internal Body Wellness:

  • https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/

    • The Environmental Working group has currently evaluated over 70,000 products that are used by people daily.  Because the average person puts up to 12 products on the their skin daily, this can be a major source of toxins that are found in the body.  How good are the products you use for YOU?  Remember, environmental friendly products are not necessarily people friendly...​

  • https://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/diagnosis-treatment/symptom-management/integrative-medicine/herbs​

    • The Memorial Sloan Kettering​ Cancer Center has really put some effort into their "About Herbs" website and App.  Not only are there pages with general information on most herbs used in supplements, they provide cited studies showing how they work in our bodies, adverse reactions and when not to use them.  Download the App to carry it around with you or explore their website to learn more about what goes in your body.