Wellness Resources

Wellness is a key element of the Catalyst Seven. Wellness is a “state of being in good health, physically and mentally.”

In my experience, physical and mental health are closely aligned.

Over the past few years, I have invested many hours in exploring best practices about physical & mental wellness, and I love sharing what I have learned during my fat loss journey.

Most people believe that wellness begins with exercise, but I have learned this is not true.

Exercise is important, but good health largely depends on the quality of food we eat.

Below is a list of wellness resources that I credit with saving my life by helping me gain control of my food addiction and nurture my body back to health. I have also included additional resources as new information is revealed.

In the process of losing almost 100 pounds of fat and increasing my physical health, my mental health leveled up as well!

The following wellness resources will be updated periodically as new information is learned about this important topic.


The Obesity Code – Nutrition
Why We Get Sick – Nutrition
The Case Against Sugar – Nutrition
The Complete Guide to Fasting – Nutrition
Atomic Habits by James Clear – Mindset
Mindset by Carol Dweck – Mindset
Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds by David Goggins – Mindset
Grit by Angela Duckworth – Mindset

Fitness Programming

Garage Gym Athlete Community

Wellness Documetaries

FAT: A Documentary
FAT: A Documentary 2
Fat Fiction
That Sugar Film


Garage Gym Athlete – Fitness
The Doctor’s Farmacy – Nutrition
The Drive – Nutrition
The Minimalists – Mindset

YouTube Channels

Dr. Jason Fung

Facebook Groups

The Fasting Method Network
Garage Gym Athlete Member Community


Whoop – Performance and recovery.
Cronometer – Food journal and nutrition tracker.
Headspace – Mindfulness.
Romwod – Flexibility.

DISCLAIMER: I am not a doctor or medical professional. These wellness resources have helped me, and may or may not help you. To be safe, I recommend consulting your doctor or medical professional before starting any new wellness or exercise program.

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Adam Robinson is the founder of Better Today. At the age of 39, he began a season of growth after looking in the mirror at an almost 300 pound, middle aged man who had lost his way. He learned much during his transformation and is dedicated to helping other people get from where they are to where they want to be. Click here to learn more about Adam’s journey.      

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