I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback about the videos I’ve been sharing on Fridays. Many people have told me they especially like the videos Gen The 10 Woman using computer (1)on youth sports and ways to keep kids healthy in these sports. If you haven’t been watching these videos, please subscribe to my YouTube channel, and they will be automatically delivered to you.

I mention these youth sports videos because I want to create another free resource to replace The Year of the Healthy Athlete. That e-book was fun to create, and so many people have told me they loved it. I want to develop another free book or program that can help athletes and active people. If you have any ideas for a program you would like me to create, click here to share your suggestion! Thank you!

 Book I read this week: Roger Love’s Vocal Power: Speaking with Authority, Clarity and Conviction (Your Coach in a Box). This audio program covers many issues experienced by public speakers, such as stage fright and making eye contact, in addition to discussing all sorts of vocal issues. In it, you learn how to care for your voice with daily exercises and the right and wrong foods and liquids to consume.

 Book I’m reading next week: Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey. I heard of this one on Tim Ferriss’s website, and I’m excited to listen to it. Currey describes the daily routines of writers, painters, and many other artists over the last several hundreds years.

Tips for patients who are seeking advice after hours: You have access to a doctor 24 hours per day. When should you call one? by Michael Kirsch in KevinMD.com

I know I hunch over looking at my laptop way too much. What the Heck is Text Neck? by Grace Hermanns in SkinnyMom.com

Exercise and Fitness
Social media can be used to improve fitness: Online peer networks can motivate people to exercise more in Medical News Today

I’ve been feeling really old a lot lately. Maybe I need to try these tips: 3 Tips for working out when you feel 100 years old by Linda Melone in LindaMelone.comWoman stretching at gym

Social Media and Communication
Great advice for use of social media for athletic trainers and other sports medicine professionals: Socially Savvy by Mike Hopper in Training & Conditioning

It definitely seems like readers want shorter posts these days: Your Blog Post Is Too Damn Long by Jay Baer in Convince & Convert

Productivity and Self Improvement
Terrific advice to recharge after a stressful week at work: 7 Things Wealthy People Do Every Weekend by Lolly Daskal in Inc.

Good advice for hitting life’s “Reset” button: 4 Steps to Living the Life You Want by Chalene Johnson in ChaleneJohnson.com

Did you like one of these articles or books? Do you have any others to share? I’d love to hear your thoughts below!

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