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Moving Towards Health
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It is becoming more and more clear that our bodies and minds are deeply connected. It used to be common practice to view, evaluate, and treat them as separate body systems, however, newer research is … more
They say you never regret a workout. While I definitely agree with this, it doesn’t mean it’s easy to get up and complete that workout. This past week was the last week of our … more
One of the most challenging parts of being a good teammate is knowing when to sacrifice yourself for the highest good of the group. It can seem productive to frequently shy away from giving your … more
How many times have you tried to convince yourself that if you just worked harder or if your program was more challenging, then you’d see the changes to your health that you’re looking … more
My dogs are the best sleepers I know. Two of them are laying in my office at this moment, snoozing and snoring away. While sleep is one of the most important pieces of the puzzle of health, it can be … more
One of my main philosophies when it comes to health is that health is a state of being, not just a destination you reach or achievement you accomplish. While setting and achieving goals is also a … more
Strength training is one of the most beneficial forms of exercise. Using resistance to load your muscles and bones helps you get stronger, increase bone density, decrease your likelihood of falling … more
How often do you catch yourself not taking action because you don’t feel like it? I find myself in this situation often, and even find myself in it right now as I’m writing this article. … more
Soreness is a common and somewhat unfortunate part of exercise. It’s never fun to leave a workout or wake up the next day in pain, but it’s actually a very normal part of the experience. … more
Have you ever followed a diet or workout program perfectly, only to go right back to your old ways the second it was over? If so, you’re not alone. Transitioning from a plan with a strict set … more
I’ve always been fascinated with self-actualization. When my college advisor asked me what I wanted to do with my degree in Clinical Exercise Science, I said I wanted to help people optimize … more
Let me set the stage for you: I’m sitting at my kitchen island on a Sunday afternoon watching both men’s and women’s March Madness basketball games while writing new workouts for my … more
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