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Power Poses and Testosterone Levels

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Got this email from Lee the other day with a great question: Recently, I saw something making the claim that if you slept in the “starfish pose” (on your back, arms and legs spread) it mimicked one of “power poses proven to increase testosterone”. This was part of a sales …

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Handling Stress from Workouts and Life

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Over the past couple of weeks I’ve had several people asking me something along the lines of: “How do you balance stress from workouts with stress from life? How do you know when you’re going overboard?” It’s a great question, but not a simple one because there are many factors …

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Intuitive Mobility Introduction

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I’m sharing the first half of the first module of Intuitive Mobility to give you a taste of what’s inside. This is twenty-five minutes worth of education on what mobility is all about and why you want it (especially at the intuitive level). Introduction to Mobility Standing on the Shoulders …

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Vitamin to Increase Mind-Muscle Connection?

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This sure was interesting… I found an article with an interview with Mark Tanropolsky, M.D., Ph.D., neurology professor at McMaster University of Ontario. The topic was how the nervous system’s impact on muscle function was regulated by certain supplements, one of which is vitamin D. If you’ve been interested in …

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Dealing with Fear

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“I would like to hear what you think about fear and its effects on health and wellbeing.” Marty Yes, I believe that fear affects people’s health in a big way. I’ll admit. During these trying times I’ve become afraid. (Not of the virus mind you, but of the economic impacts …

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To Warmup or Not Warmup?

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Like all things, whether or not you should do a warmup depends on quite a few different factors. I was just reading through a book that recommended spending 15 minutes engaging in a warmup in order to maximize performance. That may well be the case, but that fact is that …

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Training Partners?

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To have a training partner or not having a training partner, that is the question… Jesse asks, “Do you think having a training partner helps? I’m seeking a training partner for outdoors bodyweight exercises but it is hard to find people who are up to speed. Do you have any …

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Pills replacing Exercise?!?

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“Given the option, would you avoid the gym altogether and simply pop a pill or drink a supplement that brings about the same benefits as a workout? It sounds farfetched, but the idea of lounging around all day yet still enjoying the health benefits of an intense workout may soon …