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- 09/21/15--06:18: _Losing 3500 Calorie...
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- 12/10/15--06:14: _Is Meat Bad For You?
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- 09/21/15--06:18: Losing 3500 Calories Does Not Equal 1 Pound
- 09/28/15--06:27: Too Much Exercise Can Be A Bad Thing
- 11/12/15--06:18: Does Exercise Have To Be Tough?
- 11/19/15--04:04: Exercise, Nutrition and Fear Mongering
- 12/01/15--06:10: Trigger Points, Exercise, and Joint Health
- 12/03/15--05:00: Avoid Holiday Weight Gain
- 12/10/15--06:14: Is Meat Bad For You?
- 12/17/15--06:15: Exercise, Trigger Points, and Muscle Pain
Just like one calorie does not equal another calorie, losing 3,500 calories does not equal to losing a pound. A calorie of broccoli is not the same as a calorie of potato chips. The calorie of broccoli is more nutritious; it has more vitamins and minerals and nutrients than the calorie of potato chips. You … Continue reading Losing 3500 Calories Does Not Equal 1 Pound
Exercise is so good and healthy for us. The general thought is the more you do of it, the better it will be for you. Turns out that exercise is like almost everything else in life. In moderation, exercise is great thing. But too much of it can be bad for you, in a few … Continue reading Too Much Exercise Can Be A Bad Thing
This is a common question that I hear from patients of mine. It is a common topic of discussion with friends of mine who are in the exercise profession, and with patients of mine. At times it seems that people are looking for permission to not beat themselves up. They need the reassurance that it … Continue reading Does Exercise Have To Be Tough?
It is easy to scare people with the unknown. Even if you have training in exercise or nutrition they can be confusing, intimidating, and create a sense of the unknown. To complicate matters, there are many charletans and snake oil salesmen who create misinformation to sell people their usually worthless, products. I warn my patients … Continue reading Exercise, Nutrition and Fear Mongering
Everyone has muscles. Every second that you breathe, you use your muscles. Anything that moves in your body is moved by muscles. When you breathe, your diaphragm and intercostal muscles relax to allow extra space in your torso for the air that fills your lungs. These same muscles contract to push the air out … Continue reading Trigger Points, Exercise, and Joint Health
The holiday season is upon us, and that means more eating, drinking, and being merry. All of this extra merriment can make it hard to stick with your regular exercise and eating routines. It can be hard to stick with any routine with all of the parting and shopping. My business always picks up during the holiday season due … Continue reading Avoid Holiday Weight Gain
A few weeks ago a study was picked up by the press concluding that processed meat causes cancer. I am a vegetarian, and I can tell you that in moderation, processed meat is fine, even with all of its nitrates and preservatives. The headline from CNN was “World Health Organization links processed meats to … Continue reading Is Meat Bad For You?
Muscles control all movement. Every finger movement to eye blink to cough to toe wiggle to getting up from a chair to getting out of a car to, well, you name the movement, is controlled by muscle. And usually tens to hundreds of muscles to control even the smallest of movements. Every movement consists of thousands … Continue reading Exercise, Trigger Points, and Muscle Pain