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Top 3 Desk Jockey Myths

We live and work in a world filled with computers and lots of chair time. We started training for it on our very first day of school. Our days of running around freely are replaced by structured chair time. By the time we enter the work world several years later, we think nothing of sitting […]

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Hello Folks!   Hanging out at the gym, especially around the first of the year, you hear a lot of people excited to try exercise that is new to them.  For too many of them, “I’m really excited to try this new program,” is followed by, “but I don’t know if my shoulder will let […]

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The squat—how many times have you heard that it’s the secret to a great butt and faster fat loss?  There’s certainly some truth to it.  Squats work your butt and the large muscles of your legs, and working those muscles takes energy that helps you lose fat.   But say you have painful knees or […]

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We’ve all said those words before.  “I can’t do pushups because it hurts my wrists.  I can’t do squats because of bad hips or knees.  I can’t exercise regularly because I have a demanding job, spouse, and kids.  My shoulder will never let me do that!  I can’t overcome my cravings.”   And yet, you’re […]

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Running Pain-free

                    Everywhere across the US, people are gearing up for yearly Thanksgiving day runs. Some will run for the pure joy of running while others will run in an attempt to burn some calories that they’ll more than adequately make up for later in the day. […]

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Admit it…you were dancing in your chair while the video played.  🙂 What do dancing penguins and gluten-intolerant people have in common?  Music doesn’t just affect dancing penguins’ ears and gluten doesn’t just affect our intestines.  Okay, I guess that really isn’t a commonality, but it’s a good bridge into the first area of healing […]

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A lot of you made New Year resolutions recently and have been working toward them.  Since this is about the time that many people start to get a little sloppy with the plans they made, I’m going to drop a little reminder about your most important ally. So who is your most important ally?  I’ll […]

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This was originally posted in the RMAX Magazine – Volume 7, Issue 5. Hello Fellow RMAX’ers, While deciding the topic this issue, I did a search for “health” on the internet thinking that it might help me to know what’s on the minds of most folks.  The results were interesting, but almost all of them […]

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We are back today with Coach Adam Steer for the second part of the Bodyweight Exercise Revolution (BER) interview!  Today is day 27 of a 28 day cycle based upon the principles of BER and my results have been fantastic.  I’ve lost over 9 pounds of body fat, lost 2.5 inches from my waist, and […]

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Ryan Murdock and Adam Steer just authored and released Bodyweight Exercise Revolution.  I recently read the book and have to say that these two coaches produced an excellent resource! If you have already purchased your copy, you know what I’m talking about.  If you haven’t yet, please check it out at:  www.bodyweightexerciserevolution.com. You can imagine […]

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