Ride WITH Diabetes, Ride FOR The Cure, But Just Ride

Monday, 15 September 2014 12:00 AM Written by
The American Diabetes Association was very smart to focus on cycling as a key sport and activity for fund raising. Not only do many people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes cycle for fun, some even compete, but many also ride to manage their glucose levels. Cycling can help…

The Lifestyle Triad: Balance, Moderation, Variety

Friday, 12 September 2014 08:37 AM Written by
  A colleague of mine once observed that efficiency is reduced when there are “too many chiefs and not enough Indians”. That remark correlates with my current view of the health industry. The health industry is a mess. Thanks to extremely transparent access in all media, everyone is a health…

Charity Rides - It's Not Just For A Good Cause

Monday, 08 September 2014 12:00 AM Written by
While the title is meant to be “tongue n’ cheek”, the organizers of most charity rides would probably agree as a point of fact. They know that it’s not just about raising money for their cause (and there are many good causes out there) or frankly, they would not get…

The Tortoise and the Java, Uh Hare?

Thursday, 04 September 2014 10:54 PM Written by
  I, along with roughly 63% of American adults, habitually enjoy my daily dose(s) of caffeine. In fact, I have one in front of me while I'm writing this. Do I need it? Most likely not...but that's the problem, it's a habit and so there it sits. Don't get me…
  Last time we covered some of the functional and structural changes that take place in your brain when you're chronically stressed. While it's important to know what these changes are, most people are understandably more interested in what they can do to combat some of these negative effects. There's…

Positive Is More Powerful Than Negative

Monday, 01 September 2014 12:00 AM Written by
  As long as there have been 2 and 4 wheel transportation trying to use the same roads, there has been this built in negative relationship between cyclists and drivers. The mad drivers want cyclists to “get off the road” and the mad cyclists pigeonhole every driver as “out to…

Vexing Vocab: Examining Healthy

Wednesday, 27 August 2014 11:01 AM Written by
  This series (“Vexing Vocabulary”) is written with the intention to clarify or correct common misconceptions in the health industry, specifically the confusion caused by buzzwords. In most industries, information is spread using commonly accepted terms to raise awareness or drive trends. While this allows us to communicate and receive…

We Are With You: Now Get Up and Get Moving

Wednesday, 27 August 2014 10:46 AM Written by
  You may think that because I have a BS in Exercise Science and am a Personal Trainer that I have all the time in the world to workout. In fact, you may even think that it is easy for me to say to you to get up and get…
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