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Five Films to Make You Think

09-10-2017

Let’s be honest. When we come home at the end of the day, exhausted from long hours at the office and a killer Ro’ride, few of us reach for a book. Instead, we pull out the laptops, ready to Netflix and chill. Hey, we’re not judging!

But what if you could learn a little something while you veg out that would make you better, stronger and happier? Grab some (air-popped!) popcorn, a mug of tea and a notebook. You’re going to want to take notes. We promise.

Forks Over Knives

Find it on Netflix or iTunes

Tune into Forks Over Knives on Netflix to learn about the perils of too much processed food. This is a scientific look into how shifting to a whole foods-focused diet can help you achieve optimal health.

Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead

Find it on Netflix or iTunes

The title may make you nervous, but don’t worry! This documentary is an inspiring examination about how redesigning exercise habits, as well as changing diet, gives people a new lease on life.

Marathon Challenge

Find it on YouTube

If you ever need motivation to persevere, this documentary will certainly inspire you. It follows 13 everyday people in their preparation for the Boston Marathon. Not one of them is a runner. Watch as they become dedicated athletes, transforming their physical appearance and mental well-being.

Happy

Find it on iTunes

At Rocycle, we stress the importance of Mind Body Music, but it can be easy to focus only on the physical effects of exercise. Happy is an exploration of what brings people joy in all different walks of life and shows how having a positive mental outlook affects your body in turn.

Sustainable

Find it on Netflix

We think about how our food affects our bodies, but we also need to consider how it affects the planet. In this documentary, Chef Rick Bayless, farmers and other experts dive into the sustainable food movement and how it will change what we eat in the future.

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