Every morning, Noam Kimelman rolls out of bed, gets onto the floor and stretches.
“And if I don’t do it, I definitely notice not feeling my best," he said, adding that his legs will get more tired during the day -- like he feels heavier.
Kimelman told “The Best Advice Show” podcast host Zak Rosen that he aims to stretch for five to 10 minutes every day -- and said it will change your life.
The only rule is, don’t look at your phone! (Kimelman admits he sometimes looks at his phone).
Hear more from him below.
The five- to 10-minute mark is just enough to time to make your body feel good, without being overwhelming.
Rosen, by the way, wants to hear from you next. His podcast aims to share good, simple advice with the world. Episodes are typically only a few minutes long.
“The Best Advice Show” offers tips on a range of topics, from cooking and food, to career goals, relationship advice and simple life hacks. Rosen describes the show as your daily gummy vitamin that will give you some nutrients.
To contribute some of your own advice -- on any topic -- drop him a voicemail at 844-935-BEST. Leave your name and your tip, followed by your email address in case he has any follow-up questions.
It can be deep or not-so-deep. Rosen has a “Food Fridays” feature in which he’d love to feature your cooking advice. He’s not so much interested in platitudes and truisms, but instead, looking for the specific, odd, uplifting, effective, real advice from you about how you make it through your days.
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