When Does Training Hurt You?

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One of the most overlooked pieces of any training schedule are the days and times where you are supposed to do NOTHING.  While most competitive athletes consider these days as a waste they are probably the most important days.  In … Continued

Sciatica: What is the Source?

Sciatica: What is the Source? One of the most common things that I see in my office is Sciatica.  In fact, many patients come to their first visit and tell me straight away that they have sciatica.  Self diagnosis is … Continued

Gluten Free: Fad or Science?

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Gluten-free foods continue to gain in popularity.  It is no longer strange to hear someone ask for gluten free items on a menu at a restaurant.  In fact, most restaurants have changed their menus to make gluten-free choices obvious to … Continued

Probiotics: The New Multivitamin

Probiotics: The New Multivitamin   For many years people have been taking multivitamins as a way to “cover the bases” in an attempt to optimize their health.  Not a bad idea.  Multivitamins are a good way to make sure that … Continued

Monster Shake

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Monster Shake Unsweetened Almond milk – 12- 16oz 1 scoop Garden of Life: Raw Organic Meal – Vanilla Flavored 1 tbsp Chia Seeds 1 tbsp Raw, Organic Peanut, Almond, or Cashew Butter 1 large handful of Organic Spinach or Kale … Continued

The Unseen Cause of Recurring Injuries

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The Unseen Cause of Recurring Injuries   For many years I have worked to help people overcome injuries and optimize their health.  For many people, these injuries need to be addressed quickly and efficiently so that training can continue and … Continued

It’s All Good

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“It’s All Good” This cookbook is absolutely awesome!  This is Gwyneth Paltrow’s first cookbook and it is really well done.  Most of the recipes are not too complicated and the ingredients are all carefully selected.  Most are gluten-free, and those … Continued