I have picked 3 astonishing things that happen when you give up alcohol. Why these three? Because, these are the three main benefits I found as a result reducing my alcohol intake. In my previous post I discussed 10 tips for reducing alcohol intake and right off the cusp of that post, I thought these 3 astonishing things that happen when you give up alcohol would be the most appropriate. So here we go with number 1. Continue reading 3 Astonishing Things That Happen When You Give up Alcohol
If you find it hard to stomach protein shakes, and we don’t mean lactose intolerance here… we mean physically drinking protein shakes with milk or water on the daily, we think we have found a simple and enjoyable way to get your protein into your system and actually enjoy the experience.
Of course, if you don’t hate protein shakes, don’t let us get in your way… Move along now…
Our solution? Greek yoghurt with banana protein.
Three simple steps
1. Crack open a tub of protein, in the picture we have used ON Banana flavour, and take out a flat scoop.
2. Open a tub of low fat greek yoghurt and gently pour on the protein powder. This step needs a bit of prep work. ..You need to place some kitchen paper under the yogurt pot as the protein powder can go everywhere if you’re not careful.
3. It will take a while to stir it all together, but, in about five minutes it should be read to devour and enjoy.
One caveat to this post, getting notifications is a nice feature, but who is the audience for these “wear” devices? Well, fitness enthusiastic people would be a pretty big audience i’d say, but so far watches like the LG watch and the Samsung Gear 2 rely completely on a connected mobile device.
Sometimes you need to cut the cord with the phone & make the wearable device worthy of being worn….
I think Android Wear is really missing the target here, but, they may be taking things slow, testing the market’s reaction… Let’s see what Apple has later in the year. I for one won’t be buying one of these until they are more than a notification center on a watch.
In terms of fitness what do these devices need?
- Heart Rate Monitor – tracking for runners, that monitors heart rate at various times.
- GPS without the need to bring your phone.
- Spotify or equivalent apps for music control – without your phone.
- A handy flash light, light is always useful!
- Intelligent tracking – The ability to use your average running/walking pace and distance to detect how long an activity will take, taking into account, weather, incline and decline.
- Training tools – which comes back to a prominent failure in android wear – 3rd party integration.
- Bar-code reader for easy calorie counting.
- Long life battery – goes without saying.