There are a lot of road shoes on the market, and I’ve been through a lot of them. Now I’m on the minimal route and hoping to find the right fit.
I’m currently running in some cheap minimal shoes from Amazon! We’re talking $25, and they’re bombproof. Even though they say trail shoes, they have a road-like tread and the soles are fine for road use.
If you’re thinking about trying minimal shoes, this is a great low-cost way of dipping your feet in.
An essentail tool for working out those knots and increasing mobility.
I go for the hardest ball possible.
I love tracking my runs, and we all have a phone to do that. SPI belts help us carry the phone without it bouncing around.
Keeping a log of all runs is important to me. I could do that with a notebook, Strava is easy to use and great when looking for trends.
If you’ve read my blog about nose breathing, you’ll know why I tape my mouth while sleeping. This is the best tape I’ve found up to now.
Waking Up App
Meditation is underated, it’s also difficult. I’ve found Sam Harris’ Waking Up app the best guide into how and why meditation is great.
The Autoimmune Fix
The book that helped me understand autoimmune disease in the most simple terms. It empowers people to find solutions.
I’ve been a long time user of Huel, a vegan complete food replacement. Great for those times when you don’t have time to cook or need a healthy option on the go.
There have been so many times where Huel has saved me. A 24-hour bike ride from London to Leeds in the UK, a multiday hike in New Zealand, long flights with unhealthy options, and lastly as a quick snack when I’ve been on a tough workout schedule.
I love the fact that’s it’s nutritionally balanced, vegan and made with real food. Others on the market get nowhere near these claims.
Lastly, they have great gluten-free options, which I’d suggest even if you’re not gluten-free. Especially the new Huel Black Edition. I’ve noticed I’m able to digest the black version very well, with no issues of bloating and gas. Which is a big thing to say when you’re dealing with gut issues.
Run For You Life
Mark Cucuzzella dives deep into the physiology of the running and why we’re constantly injuring ourselves. In the book he outlines practical tips to improve our running and reduce future injuries.
The Glutathione Revolution
Glutathione is touted it as the ”The Master Antioxidant”.
The quick read introduces you to the world of Glutathione and how it could be a benefit to your everyday life.
The Awakened Ape
When starting this book I had no idea what to expect. It was a random audio library pick that caught my eye because of the words, “A biohackers guide to evolutionary fitness,.”.
In the end, it got me digging into eye-opening hunter-gather practices and evolutionary adaptations.
Eating on the Wild Side
If you want to know more about the food you eat and its history. This is for you.
Learn which of our Frankenstein foods in the grocery stores actually nourish you!
Fast This Way
If you’re new to fasting, then this the book for you.
It takes you through methods of achieving different fasts and why. Without too much scientific jargon, just actionable tasks.
Becoming a Supple Leopard
The go-to book on human physical movement and physiology.
Analyze and diagnose your imbalances with this featureful reference book.