Building Lasting Habits Towards Meaningful Goals

Amy Vaughan

We are good at setting goals. Goals provide us with direction and even push us forward in the first instance. But your life, including your progress towards any given goal, is created by the habits you practice.  Habits are the decisions we make and small actions we take every single day. When you learn to transform your habits, you can transform your life.  But how? Identify your values to connect to your goals  Goals are what you want to achieve. Values reflect how you want to get there.  We’ve all heard of values, and you might already have clarified what...

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Life in a “Blue Zone”: Reflections on Sardinia

Greg Potter

Today’s blog is a departure from previous ones. Over the last couple of years, I’ve spent quite a long time in Sardinia, an island famed for being home to some unusually long-lived people. Some of the early work showing this was done by Gianni Pes and Michel Poulain as part of a National Geographic project. Having identified Nuoro in Sardinia as an area home to some strikingly old men, they drew concentric blue circles on a map to highlight where these people clustered and began referring to the regions as “Blue Zones”. Dan Buettner, a charismatic storyteller and explorer, has...

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Fuel for the Work Required: A Game Changer for Endurance Athletes?

Adam McDonald

Here at Resilient Nutrition we’re all about using cutting-edge science to maximise performance - after all, it’s the foundation we’ve built our products on. In today’s blog we’re bringing you insights into how you can make dramatic improvements to your endurance through nutritional “periodisation” strategies used by professional athletes. These methods are based on a concept known as “fuel for the work required”.   Key takeaways Chronic consumption of a low-carbohydrate diet can impair endurance performance. Instead, to maximise the ability to use both fat and carbohydrate during training, carbohydrate periodisation is recommended. Even ultra-endurance athletes are likely to benefit from...

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Perform Better on Less Sleep? All About Creatine and Sleep

Greg Potter

Now and then, you don’t get enough sleep. When that happens once, it doesn’t affect you much. But while you might feel like the effects of back-to-back nights of poor sleep only accumulate to a point, the gloomy reality is that they continue to build. So, wouldn’t it be great if you could take something to help you minimise the results of insufficient sleep? Better yet, what if there was something that enabled you to perform better on less sleep? Some fascinating research suggests there just might be. Its name is creatine monohydrate. While there’s a lot to learn about...

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Is Coffee Good for You? A 2021 Perspective

Greg Potter

If you’re a grown-up human being, you’re probably a regular coffee drinker. At Resilient Nutrition, we like coffee too - let’s be honest, we made coffee versions of Long Range Fuel in part to satisfy our own cravings. If you’re like us though, you’ve at some point felt confused about whether drinking coffee is good for you, and you might still be unsure about how much coffee you can get away with without any concerns. If you want answers to these questions or just fancy nerding out on the science of coffee, you’re in the right place, for in today’s blog...

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More Thoughts on How to Improve Work Performance

Greg Potter

If you’re looking to take your work to the next level, you’re in the right place. In Part 1 of this series on how to improve work performance, we explored how to prioritise deep work, ways to become more efficient at work, the importance of your work environment, and more. In today’s blog we’ll focus on how to best look after yourself if you want to sustainably sharpen your mind and boost your energy.   Key takeaways Spending time each day in daylight supports your musculoskeletal health and immune function, aligns your body’s clock with the sun, boosts your alertness and mood,...

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