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Exercise and cancer- why it helps and how much is enough? (part 1)

May 2, 2016

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This is a four part series- Why exercise helps A framework for why this matters How much is enough and practical guidelines Putting prevention in a new light – Why exercise helps The way cancer is referenced in pop culture it’s easy to think it’s like Ebola. That it’s some other species we happened to encounter […]

Tired of Searching? Click Here To Change Your Movement Now

March 25, 2016


You can click to find out more about each product. All purchases have refund guarantee and direct customer support, from me; not a machine. (Sorry, no soothing hold music.) After buying something, if needed you can reply to the confirmation email to ask a question. None of that annoying “Do Not Reply” or “” stuff. Data […]

New insights as to why you can’t avoid exercising

March 21, 2016


The study: –Constrained Total Energy Expenditure and Metabolic Adaptation to Physical Activity in Adult Humans Got some good publicity in January and February. For the wrong reasons. The Guardian titled their article on this paper as “Exercise alone won’t cause weight-loss, study shows.” The study does not show that. – What the study did This was […]

Some exercise advice for former football players (worried about CTE)

March 16, 2016


Bennet Omalu is the subject of Will Smith’s latest movie, Concussion. He wrote an op-ed for the New York Times in December, 2015, which garnered a good deal of death threats on social media attention and discussion. The thesis of his article makes a lot of sense. Maybe we should view football like smoking or alcohol, where there […]

Should we give up on artificial gravity?

December 7, 2015


I think space is awesome. I think going to Mars is awesome. I think it’s important to do. I’m not going to make an argument why, but you can see one here. A problem for human spaceflight is countering the negative impacts of moving in an environment where gravity is less than Earth’s. This is the […]

Physical therapy doesn’t help hip osteoarthritis?

November 9, 2015


I’m a fan of the site Doctor Skeptic. The thesis of the site being a lot of the treatments we perform are ineffective when measured against placebo. That we aren’t doing enough research to see how many treatments fit under this umbrella. That the ethical considerations here are hypocritical. “It’s not ethical to do a study […]

What’s the deal with exercise and your appetite?

August 12, 2015


This is a topic I’ve always felt was rudimentary, yet the opinions on it seem to move around. Another title for this article could be “Is exercise good for weight-loss?” I’ve trained a good amount of people who have said, “I’ve been working out for six months now, but haven’t lost a pound.” “I’ve been […]

The biggest mistake recreational athletes make

February 23, 2015


If you hadn’t worked out in a while, a year, six months, it could even only be a couple weeks, then you went into the gym, did a bunch of squatting, maybe some lunges, how would you expect to feel the next few days? In pain. The biggest mistake recreational athletes make is not giving […]