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Is pain really an output of the brain?

June 11, 2018


In the last ten years or so a community has popped up called the pain science community. This group has steadfastly championed what is called a top down approach of addressing pain, rather than a bottom up one. For example, your knee hurts. Rather than an approach most of us are familiar with, where we […]

The starting list to my learning list

May 28, 2014


I’ve received some emails asking for advice, congealing around: “There’s so much information out there, where do I start?” “How did you go about attaining your knowledge base?” “There’s a lot on your Recommended Learning page, what should I start with?” All the above deal with learning, but this post will be geared toward the last remark. […]

Implementing the concept of mirror neurons into an exercise setting

January 5, 2014


From Wikipedia: “A mirror neuron is a neuron that fires both when an animal acts and when the animal observes the same action performed by another.” If I drink a beer neuron X fires. If neuron X also fires when I watch someone else drink a beer, X is a mirror neuron. In the neuroscience world, mirror neurons are all the […]