"You are what you eat." We like to say this, but how many of us actually believe it, and more importantly, put it to work in our daily lives? We live in a time of widespread unhealthiness. The p…76 comments
This New Year's I'm advocating for a new resolution: prehabilitation. It's the opposite of rehabilitation. It's a real word defined as "a form of strength training, aims to prevent injuries before the…21 comments
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