Category Archives: Posture, Biomechanics, and Exercise

Bones And Heart Get Measurably Younger

So here is how it goes: a ‘point’ becomes a ‘string’ becomes a ‘plane’ becomes a ‘solid’ becomes ‘a solid in time.’ There you have it: String Theory. The theory of everything. 0+1+2+3+4 = 10 dimensional enfolded matrix algebra. Old … Continue reading

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Juggling And Your Immune Memory

It is a rare person that doesn’t go through a long period in ‘middle age’ with little or no illness. The seasonal colds, even flues, disappear. The old allergies seem to disappear, the eczema disappears or improves; for the observant … Continue reading

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Back For More

I once gave talks almost every week. I’ve been out of that world for over two years now but am going to give it a try for old times sake. If any of you are in the area see if … Continue reading

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The Secrets Revealed. Finally. Part One

My posts are intended to interest you in quantifying your current health, the nature and intensity of your exercise, your heart rate response to life and in tracking objective measures of dietary changes and stress levels. All of this is … Continue reading

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Life Should Be This Simple

My old lead trainer, Phil,¬†and I used to joke that we could cure everything that ails people if we could just air drop them into the Australian Outback a thousand miles from anywhere. Our imagined travel itinerary for the sick … Continue reading

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