Next time you’re thinking about binge-watching TV while sitting on the couch with a bag of potato chips, think again. Why not try to learn something instead? Ditch the chips and turn on a health documentary. Here are a few to choose from with different topics and approaches to get healthier.
Often when my fiancé, Austin, and I are bored at home, we’ll get on YouTube to browse around for something funny or informative to watch. Since we share the TV, our YouTube recommendations cover everything from knitting tutorials to running videos to nutrition tips to TED talks and everything in between.
They say that if you do something for 21 days, it will become a habit. And once it’s a habit, then your body will come to expect it. I’ve always liked this line of thought. I like the idea that if you can grin and bear a new hardship for three weeks, you can seriously impact your life.
Dr. John Paulowski, the director of the cardiac catheterization lab in Aultman Heart Center at Aultman Hospital, went to college at Wheeling Jesuit University in West Virginia, then earned his medical degree at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED).
Getting a gym membership can be a daunting task, let me tell you. That’s why I put it off for two years. Once I got up the courage, it really wasn’t that scary. The sports and recreation director gave us a tour of the facility, told us all about the equipment and classes, etc. and asked us if we had any questions. I felt like VIP status as he showed us around.
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