Here are your Fresh Finds for this week:
- A true test of your shoulder strength with the KB Bottoms Up Press. This is a powerhouse of an exercise. This week, it exposed some of the weaknesses in my chain. If you don’t have access to much weight, this is the perfect lift for you - 25 lbs is considered heavy. Check out the instructional video here.
- The easiest baked cinnamon sweet potatoes ever. We came up with our own recipe on the spot, but you can follow a simple one here. If you want resistant starches as a pre-biotic, chill your taters a bit before reheating and eating. If you want to know what resistant starches are, read more here.
- “Any person capable of angering you becomes your master; he can anger you only when you permit yourself to be disturbed by him.” Source: Epictetus
- Your body’s favorite kind of “hanging out”. I first read about the ‘art’ of brachiating this week, and besides the convincing science of our shoulders’ anatomical similarities to our primal tree-faring ancestors, it is shown to help strength, mobility, pain relief, and more. Read up on the old way of hanging here.
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The D1 Lab Team
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