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19Jun 2017

If you’ve never read Salt, Sugar, Fat by Michael Moss you better put it on top of your list. It is arguably one of the best books out there detailing the history of the food industry in the United States and how we have become one of the unhealthiest nations in the developed world. And […]

12Jun 2017

If you travel most of the year then you know firsthand how hard it can be to squeeze in a good workout. If you have access to a gym then you’re problem becomes more of laziness instead of access. For those of you who don’t find yourselves with gear on standby then I have good […]

05Jun 2017

Actress/model Gal Gadot has dawned the bulletproof bracelets and “lasso of truth” for the second time this past weekend and she’s smashing box office records. This is not only good for comic book fans and the like but for women in general. Being a strong, intelligent, and empathetic woman of fortitude is something that should […]

22May 2017

One important thing to understand about nutrition is that it can be very relative. Relative to your goals, relative to your current physical health, relative to your health history, and relative to your lifestyle. What works for someone else might not work for you. It can become quite daunting, as I’ve learned through the years, […]

15May 2017

Mother’s Day was yesterday and it was a day where we got to celebrate the women who gave us life (ok, dad helped out a bit). The list of all the things were thankful for is endless. In turn, I would like to provide a snap shot for how expecting moms can help can stay […]

08May 2017

Spartan Race. Warrior Dash. Tough Mudder. These names and more have become synonymous with Obstacle Race Training (ORT). They have exploded in popularity in the last several years and for good reason: it’s different! It’s not every day you get to run through the hills, dive through muddy waters, throw a “spear” at a target, […]