Stefan Förch
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Greetings gentlemen

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jonas Ogrefoln Feb 28, 2013. 1 Reply

Hello, my name is Stefan Förch, a 23 year old Dutch guy of Danish/Norwegian descent. I've been reading AoM for some months now, and I've often felt the need to join in, and where possible, offer my…Continue

De-stressing while working

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob Feb 25, 2013. 10 Replies

I've recently gotten my Bachelors degree in Soil Sciences, and am currently working on my Masters degree in City-planning. This has lead to a change in my schedule; while still occupied with Soil…Continue

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Rob replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"That's very interesting, Davis. I have that book (Body for Life), and the one by his brother, and am trying to use the information to put together a similar program suitable for me. I can't do weight training in a gym, because I just…"
Feb 25, 2013
Rob replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"All good. I think spinach is rich in folacin, but you might want to add more cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, kale, broccoli, kohlrabi, and their relatives. They're a little more nutritionally substantial than the spinach. Lentils are…"
Feb 25, 2013
William W. How replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"Well, go back and ask them to help you make a plan: a nutrition plan and a lifestyle plan. (Do you need to look for a more challenging hobby? Something you can do daily? Do you need foods with an even lower glycemic index? etc.) Be aware, though,…"
Feb 25, 2013
Stefan Förch replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"I've cut most 'empty' carbs, like sugars and white bread. My current diet consists of mostly lentils, spinach, fresh fruits and tomatoes, and walnuts. I've noticed small improvements in my blood sugar levels (I've measured…"
Feb 25, 2013
Stefan Förch replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"I'm currently walking everywhere in the university building, climbing 8 flights of stairs every chance I get, but it just doesn't seem to work. I keep craving those 'explosive' releases of energy. I do have access to a…"
Feb 25, 2013
Rob replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"According to James Loehr, the sports performance-training coach, people with sedentary jobs do best with active recreational activities, and those with active jobs do better with relaxing recreational activities. The rugby might be a lot of…"
Feb 25, 2013
Paul_of_TX replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"Is it possible to run during your lunch break. If you have access to a locker room with a shower you could get a few miles in over your lunch break. Some offices may have these facilities but if yours does not then you may need to look for a YMCA or…"
Feb 25, 2013
William W. How replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"It's the dirty secret about exercise - It's addictive. Not often literally so, but if you start, it's hard to stop; just like if you stop (long-term), it's hard to start. Try to be as active as possible while at the office. Drink…"
Feb 25, 2013
David F. replied to Stefan Förch's discussion De-stressing while working
"Morning hour long run or free weights.  For lunch take a long walk to get you out in the air. Your body is used to exercise so exercise, you just need to schedule it. "
Feb 25, 2013
Stefan Förch replied to scoyne2's discussion Office/Cubicle Necessities
"I'd suggest you go with something that can function as an anchor point for your identity. In the big world after graduation, it's often seen that young men lose themselves in others' demands, without any regard for their own needs.…"
Feb 24, 2013
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