The Athlete's Way: 2013 in Review
Christopher Bergland's top ten Psychology Today blog posts from 2013.
Posted Dec 30, 2013
The ultimate goal of The Athlete’s Way—and my personal mission in life—is to identify daily habits that optimize the function of the brain, body, and mind throughout a person’s lifespan and to communicate these findings to a large audience. Thank you to everyone for helping make this dream a reality in 2013.
Below is a compilation of my top ten Psychology Today blog posts from 2013 based on post views. I was curious to see which posts had reached the most readers over the past year and also thought it would be helpful for readers to have an index of the most popular posts in one place.
Thank you again for your readership and support. Wishing you all the very best in 2014!! Christopher Bergland
Below are some of my Psychology Today blog posts that were bubbling under the Top 10 in 2013:
- “7 Habits For a Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body”
- "The Size and Connectivity of the Amygdala Predicts Anxiety"
- “Mindfulness Made Simple”
- “Squeeze a Ball With Your Left Hand to Increase Creativity”
- “The Neuroscience of Madonna’s Enduring Success”
- “Four Lifestyle Choices That Will Keep You Young”
- “Scientists Discover Why Exercise Makes You Smarter”
- “Musical Training Optimizes Brain Function”
- "Does Long-Term Cannabis Use Stifle Motivation?"
- “One More Reason to Unplug Your Television”