Archive: Sep 2015

    Five Things You Have to do to Live Your Best Life Possible


     Of the 7.3 billion people living on this earth today there is one thing that is certain for every single one of us; we all want to live our best lives possible. Am I right? Is it possible that every living soul in this world today can live their best lives regardless of the condition […]

    Are You in Therapy? You Should Be!


    You might think I’m crazy, but physical therapy is not just for those in rehabilitation and as a matter of fact, everybody should be doing it as part of their workouts. Look at it like this: The goals of physical therapy are to stabilize an injury, restore and increase range of motion, instill balance throughout […]

    Shouldering; the Burden


    5 reasons you’re destroying your shoulders by the way you exercise If you walked into any gym, boot camp, personal training studio, or popular exercise class and took a survey of how many people currently has shoulder pain, you’re going to get an overwhelming number of people to raise their hand; or just shake their […]

    Fit or Fraud?


    How do you know if that fitness advice you’re getting is truly fit, or fit for the trash? Bobby Whisnand, “The Exercise Doctor” What’s the first thing you do or think when someone offers advice to you on exercise? Do you quickly evaluate this person’s physique and appearance and then rate their advice on how […]

    Visualization – The Real Brain Food!


    What’s one of your all time greatest memories? Think about it for a second. What you’re more than likely doing is seeing this memory in your mind’s eye with pictures, sounds, colors, and other associations. It’s just what our minds do when we recall something from our past, but isn’t it amazing how your mind […]

    The Exercise Doctor: The Glass is Half Empty


    I’ve never been one to look at anything as half full, and I hope I can convince you to do the same. While I do understand the positive connotations that go along with this age old saying, perceiving things as “half full” way to often lends itself to the association that half full is good […]