Fitness

Recovery: 5 Essential Steps to Where I am Now (Part 2)

So how’d I get to be pain free? How did my recovery begin? Well, it took a whole lot of time, patience, and hard work. But there are five elements that really put me over the top, all of which I’d like to speak about here. Once I resolved that my sciatica was not going […]

Five Easy Ways to be Healthier… I Just Can’t Manage to Do

I want to be healthier. I want to wake up everyday refreshed and strong, with a positive feeling when I look into the mirror. And I do a lot of the things you’re supposed to do to get there. I eat relatively healthy and exercise a whole lot. But I’m never happy with the results, […]

Desperate Search for Perfect Health

My relationship with health and fitness (and my desperate search for perfect health) has been a roller coaster. Doctors and Perfect Health Throughout my childhood I didn’t care much for healthy eating. I quickly learned to distrust doctors. My main example came from years of silly attempts to diagnose my violent chest pains. They were later […]

Five Health and Fitness Myths that Need to Die Already

I have been immersed in the world of health and fitness for several years now, and there are several health and fitness myths that pop up time and time again. Their time has long passed and these myths are not only confusing, but they are downright harmful. Wouldn’t it be nice if I had the […]

The Secret to Unity: Sweat

The Secret to Unity: Sweat Anyone who knows me even a little knows I’m a tad obsessed with Mixed Martial Arts. There are so many aspects to this incredible sport that I love, one of which is how level the playing field is. People compete from all over the world, black and white people hold […]

5 Ways to Get Started on a Path to a Healthy Lifestyle

Healthy Lifestyle I wrote in my last post about how the gym saved my life. We’re in a complex generation. Healthy food is often less appealing or more expensive. We sit all day at work. There is more incentive than ever to never leave your home. Ultimately we’re harming ourselves, and sometimes setting ourselves on […]

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