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Health Care: Are Sports Adequate Exercise?

By |December 23rd, 2014|

Sports as varied as table tennis, hockey, and basketball help inspire people to achieve goals through physical activity.   This is a great thing.  However, many of us go from the workplace, to the field, court, or swimming pool without much in between.  After working nine to five in a most likely twisted, imbalanced physical posture […]

Eating Healthy, Breathing deeply: Ode to Basic Health

By |December 17th, 2014|

“Eating Healthy is it ʼs own reward
Eating Healthy feels good
Eating Healthy helps focus on what is essential and most important
Movement itself is it ʼs own reward
Exercise should feel good and non-threatening
Moving freely is the first building block to Health
Breathing deeply is it ʼs own reward
Breathing deeply feels good
Breathing deeply helps focus on what is essential […]

The element of Balance, an essential component of physical health and happiness

By |November 19th, 2014|

The element of Balance is an essential component of physical health and happiness.

Talk to anyone who has difficulty balancing and youʼll quickly learn how essential this skill is to your overall enjoyment of life. Standing on one leg or using only one arm may seem like a somewhat bizarre practice however most of the day […]

The first step in welcoming health into your life.

By |October 28th, 2014|

Compared to our ancestors more and more of our lives are wrapped around less and less movement. While our modern era experiences a longer life expectancy we have, ironically, seen a huge decrease in over all physical health.

Exercise can help remedy our eraʼs intrinsic loss of physical health and it does not have to be […]

Consuming sugary treats helped create the sense of senselessness

By |October 14th, 2014|

The irony of establishing a career in the Fitness field is certainly not lost on me. I was a chunky teenager. I didn't feel comfortable with anything physical and often ran, aka: walked briskly (unless someone was chasing me with a sharp, or blunt, object; running would've been too exhausting to even contemplate), away from […]