We are living in an information age on steroids. There is SO much information out there. Endless emails, posts, tweets, etc. all vying for our attention. And most of these resources are attached to endless products that promise to fix what ails you.
Here are some of my favorite resources for body, heart, and mind. Some of them offer products, but do not promote them aggressively. In my experience, the information is good and trustworthy.
Starting Strength by Mark Rippetoe
After many years of trying different kinds of exercise and strength training, I've decided that barbell training (combined with interval training) is the way to go. This books details the fundamentals of good technique for the squat, deadlift, and press (and a few others).
My go-to resource anytime I want a trustworthy, objective source of information. I've consulted with it for all kinds of questions, from microwaving food to using fluoride toothpaste to understanding allergies.
I'm just getting to know James Clear, but so far I'm a big fan. He helps people master their habits and routines to figure out, "How can we become the architect of our habits rather than the victim of them?" Among his many excellent articles is one on weightlifting that perfectly sums up its physical, mental, and emotional benefits (https://jamesclear.com/why-lift-weights)
Christine Hassler has a wonderful podcast that counsels people who are struggling or feeling stuck in their lives. She offers an insightful blend of practical and spiritual advice and is skilled at zeroing in on "what's really going on." I often recognize my own struggles and experiences in the sessions she shares. She also has regular "Coaches Corner" episodes that feature experts in various fields of health and wellness. One of my favorite episodes features Mark Sisson (see above) discussing how to optimize your health.
The Art of Charm guys are great -- full of energy and enthusiasm that is aimed at helping people improve their lives, personally and professionally. They have an impressive range of guests, who are experts in everything from people skills to self-defense to time-management to getting outside of your comfort zone.