Live Better, Not Harder
- Sleep controls the hormones that regulate hunger and appetite
- An hour of exercise can turn a B grade into an A
- Muscular meditation helps reduce stress and decrease symptoms of depression and anxiety
- Watermelon decreases muscle soreness after a workout
Sleep better and you’ll eat better. Eat better and you’ll move more. And if you move more, you’ll sleep better and ultimately think and feel better. This is the ripple effect of good health and high performance. And it’s also why you don’t have to make major changes or sacrifices in your life: with an improvement of just 1% in your sleeping, eating, exercising, or thinking habits, you’ll see dramatic results. With Greg’s easy-to-follow strategies and tips, you can harness the power of the ripple effect and start living better—not just for a few weeks or months, but for life.