Core Strength • Emotional Eating •Black History Month
Celebrating National Black History Month. This month our nation honors the historical achievements and contributions of Black Americans. The idea of celebrating Black heritage was initially conceived by distinguished Black historian, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, in 1926 and was eventually adopted into law in 1986. Studying this remarkable and painful past is a stark reminder of the legacy of slavery that began in North America 500 years ago and shines a spotlight on the important work of activists that continue to fight for justice today.
Black excellence. Speaking of racial justice, the Black Lives Matter movement and Stacey Abrams were nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize! Although, it’s worth mentioning, that Jared Kushner was also nominated.
Breaking barriers. Rosalind Brewer (who prefers to be addressed as ‘Roz’) was named the CEO of Walgreens. She is the only Black female chief executive in the Fortune 500.
Physical health starts in the core. Core training exercises are about more than showing off that midriff. It’s about protecting our entire body from painful, and potentially lifelong, injuries.
Emotional eating. What is it, why do we do it, and how do we stop?
Nutritional boost. 4 simple and delicious green smoothie recipes that will keep you hydrated while nourishing your body with important vitamins and minerals.
#Goals. According to research conducted by Strava, the majority of people give up on their New Year’s resolution by January 19. Are you one of those people who are falling behind on those resolutions? Get motivated by participating in a challenge, like FIT & NU’s 28-day habit formation challenge.
The 28-day challenge will give you access to a wellness plan, an app to track your habits and activities, recipes, exercise videos, and a supportive community.
In Case You Missed It
Last call. We are still accepting questions for our upcoming interview with Dr. Sharan Rahman. Dr. Rahman is a distinguished gynecologist who will answer questions related women’s sexual reproductive on the upcoming episode of Habit Therapy. You can read more about Dr. Rahman and her incredible work in last week’s newsletter.
Submit your questions by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org before 5pm MST this Friday, February 5.