“The more I learn about health, the more I tend to focus my attention on a few simple factors that I think account for most of the health benefits of diet and lifestyle. Don’t smoke cigarettes or use alcohol excessively. Get regular physical activity. Eat whole foods. Get restorative sleep. Manage stress. And don’t eat … Continue reading Less Than 3% of Americans Meet These 4 Basic Health Standards: Are You One of Them?
As the antiquated saying goes, “training is an art and a science.” Unfortunately when you walk into a modern day gym today you’re more likely to meet Picasso than you are to see picture perfect form, proper technique, and intelligent exercise programming. The art of training answers the why and is highly individual to each … Continue reading Four Key Principles For Maximizing Your Gym Time and Results
Have you decided you want to Defy Gravity, lose fat, build your body and get the awesome health and anti-aging benefits exercise provides? If so I'd like to introduce you to the six foundational movement patterns. These movement patterns optimally engage the major muscle groups, strengthen you for daily activities and build a well-rounded body. … Continue reading Effective Exercise Begins With These 6 Movement Patterns: How Well Do You Know Them?
LIMITING FACTORS A limiting factor is any obstacle that stands in between you and your goals. Have you ever seen a dog fiercely run after a squirrel but is quickly pulled back and choked? It doesn't know what's holding it back as it relentlessly persists on trying the chase. So what's holding it back? It's … Continue reading LIMITING FACTORS: What’s Holding You Back?
What is the best nutrition advice you can use RIGHT NOW? What is the most important meal of the day? What is the most important workout that you have? Which night of sleep matters the most? What is the most important thing you can do to improve your health? What is the "best" food? The … Continue reading GOOD NUTRITION: Best Advice You Can Use RIGHT NOW
Triage- the process of determining the priority of patients' treatments based on the severity of their condition. Wounded. I found myself in an ER with a bandaged head. The urgent care sent me away. They feared I might have sustained a concussion. My lacerated head required 13 stitches/staples but thank God I didn't have a … Continue reading GOOD NUTRITION: Triage
Back to the first question I asked in, “Good Nutrition: Why it Matters?” “What is good nutrition?” What was your definition? Is it complete, feel like it is lacking or maybe completely misguided. With so much information, misinformation, fad diets and human variability it’s easy to get lost. We’ve all been exposed to outrageous, oversimplify, … Continue reading GOOD NUTRITION: What is it?
"WHAT IS GOOD NUTRITION?" If you ask a hundred different people on the street what good nutrition is you would likely get 100 different answers! "Eating Gluten free." (What’s gluten again?) “Eating fewer desserts. Mmm desserts.” "Paleo." "Eating low carb." "Eating low fat." "Food X is great for you but food Y is bad." What … Continue reading GOOD NUTRITION: Why It Matters?
A family torn apart. A boy's heart that could never be whole as it was always in two places. He often wondered if things could ever be different, but alas that was just dreaming. He would fly alone as a child to visit one or the other parent. Only an hour flight from the dessert … Continue reading Genesis of Metal
"You're worthless." "You're nothing." "You'll never amount to anything." "This, is all your fault." Sentenced. The screams of a drunken man cutting down the soul of a seven year old. A life of addiction and avoidance of overcoming pain had led this alcoholic man to abuse a child. Filled with regrets and self-loathing, alcohol is … Continue reading Genesis of Inner Voices