Hey, I just want mention that I am closing registration for Sports Medicine University in the next couple of days. I’d really like to see you in there, discussing all kinds of ideas with sports medicine healthcare providers in many different fields. I probably won’t open registration again for several months – maybe not until the fall – so don’t miss out! Click here to join Sports Medicine University!
Treadmill desks help overcome our sedentary jobs but don’t replace vigorous exercise: Study Questions Benefits of Treadmill Desks by Alan Mozes in U.S. News & World Report
I struggle to eat breakfast first thing when I wake up: 3 breakfast rules to follow to lose weight by Tina Haupert in CNN
Exercise and Fitness
Good news for even the slowest runners among us: Slow Runners Come Out Ahead by Gretchen Reynolds in The New York Times
Have you tried wearable fitness technology or smartphone apps? Have you liked them? Need to get moving? Smartphones and fitness bands are good at tracking steps by Lisa Rapaport in Reuters
A straightforward approach to common skin problems in sports: Preventing and Treating Common Skin Conditions Among Athletes by Lindsey Barton Straus in momsteam.com
The importance of mental strength in youth sports: Is a Strong Mental Game More Important Than Talent? Expert Opinion. by Patrick Cohn in youthsportspsychology.com
Social Media and Communication
I love the comparison to a learning curve: How to Find Your Trademark Writing Style by S. Lakin in writetodone.com
This is good advice for healthcare providers who create content for other purposes to turn it into online content. Free Your Trapped Content by Charlie Gilkey in productiveflourishing.com
Productivity and Self Improvement
Terrific essay on why meetings can be so detrimental for people trying to create: Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule in paulgraham.com
Great lessons from one of our country’s greatest heroes: 7 Life-Changing Leadership Lessons From Lincoln by Lolly Daskal in Inc.