One of the biggest dietary myths floating around out there is that you should eat as soon as you wake up, and consume most of your calories in the morning and early afternoon.
Anyone that has ever tried this, however, will tell you that about an hour after eating their chicken breast and steamed broccoli for dinner, they soon find themselves raiding the freezer for that half pint of Ben and Jerry’s Half Baked that they were supposedly saving for “Game of Thrones” on Sunday. #CheatDay
If you know me personally, then you know that if there is anything else in the world that I love as much as health and fitness it’s film.
I’m at the movies at least twice a month, and I have been mesmerized by “movie magic” ever since I can remember.
I am fascinated by the process of character development, and to me, watching a great actor perform is like a looking through a window into the depths of the human soul – some performances can make us cry, while others can make us laugh.
Once or twice in a generation, however, there comes an actor that can make us do both; and for over 30 years Robin Williams was that actor.