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Harvard Says This is the Secret to Joint Pain Relief..

One thing I've noticed over the years is that I have to be very intentional and very consistent with my exercise routines. If I don't get the right types of exercise in the right amounts on a very regular basis, my body gets stiff and sore. Have you noticed that about your body too?

Since lack of exercise and joint pain are such common things in today's world, I figured this article would be interesting to you. It is from...

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Here are the Current Safety and Sanitation Procedures

Hey my friend! Thanks for checking out this article!

I thought it would be a good idea to share with you what's going on at the gym and what things that are being done to ensure our clients safety.

First off, I'll tell you that the gym is NOTHING like it used to be. For one thing, there are VERY few people in there compared to how it used to be. ...

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13 Proven Ways to Train Your Brain

Life in the post pandemic world sure is different isn't it? With less social outings, less travel and less overall diversity to our activities, life can sometimes feel less stimulating than it used to be. Unfortunately for each of us, the problem with this kind of lifestyle is bigger than just boredom, it's actually about brain health.

You see, just like how each of your muscles and bones need stimulation (i.e. training) to stay healthy, so does each part of your...

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I Got a New Toy!

Do you remember that feeling you had as a kid when you were approaching your birthday and you knew you were about to get a cool new toy? I had a touch of that recently.

A few weeks ago a friend of mine who is a doctor told me about a smart ring that measures heart rate, heart rate variability, sleep, activity, and a few other things. He told me that it was really helping him understand how different things affect...

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Facebook Censored Me For Sharing This..

This has been an interesting week to say the least.

On Monday night around 11 o'clock, I saw that a friend had posted a video on Facebook that looked very intriguing. The video was of a group of doctors having a press conference in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building. The description said that they were going to address some the misinformation that has been spreading about COVID-19.

Even though it was late and I was about...

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Harvard: How Your Thoughts Can Make You More Healthy…Or Less Healthy

In today's turbulent times, I think we can all agree that one of our greatest personal daily challenges is staying positive, hopeful and optimistic. It is too easy these days to get focused on negative things and to allow those thoughts to produce feelings of fear, anger or dread. When this happens, our quality of life and our quality of health can diminish significantly.

This week, I came across a few articles from Harvard University that showed just how much this can happen. Researchers found...

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Breaking Records and Winning Tournaments. Here’s How He Did It…

This past week the golf world has been absolutely buzzing about PGA pro Bryson Dechambeau. Bryson won the Rocket Mortgage Classic last Sunday with record breaking drives averaging 350 yards and ball speeds of 200 mph. Since then, golfers, analysts and fans have been asking- "how did he do it?"

Well, according to Bryson, it really boiled down to getting his muscles to work right.

Early in his career, Bryson was having a lot of musculoskeletal trouble. Pain, stiffness,...

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I Got My Test Results Back, and…

Since going back to work, I've recognized the need to be proactive in helping ensure that my clients are not at risk of viral exposure while with me. That's why I've gotten four coronavirus tests, despite having no symptoms. Thankfully, the three tests I've gotten back so far were negative and I got the fourth one just a few hours ago. I plan to continue this proactive testing every week or so, in addition to using a mask and practicing proper sanitation.

A Sneak Peek at My New Book

Although I can't say things feel "normal" again yet, I am glad that this past week I got back to part time status by doing 26 total sessions with clients. Not nearly what it was like pre-shutdown, but it's a great start.

One nice thing about having this extra time is that it has given me opportunities to work on things that had been previously put on the back burner. One of those things is the revision to my 2013...

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