Ramblings: Instruction in Physical Activity and Motor Learning

Note: this is just some random stuff I posted over at Doug's blog. I thought others might benefit from the information presented in the light of my recent blog posts: I’ll get another WOW in on Sunday. The great thing about being nose-deep in schoolwork during a short summer semester (5 weeks!) is that it … Continue reading Ramblings: Instruction in Physical Activity and Motor Learning

“Strength Training and the Biomarkers of Aging” video from the 21 Convention

This past summer I presented a talk to the young men of the 21 Convention in which I described how strength training can help expand and retain health through our very finite human lifespan. I felt at the time the talk went well and in viewing it now I still feel this way. Are there … Continue reading “Strength Training and the Biomarkers of Aging” video from the 21 Convention

When It Comes to Food Intake Reporting, People Are Damn Dirty Liars

There is no other way to describe it. People want to jump through all sorts of mental hoops, finding increasingly complex minutia to pin the obesity epidemic on but the fact is that people don't know what they are eating and obese people really don't know what they're eating. I'm being kind with that statement. … Continue reading When It Comes to Food Intake Reporting, People Are Damn Dirty Liars

Doug McGuff on keeping your liberty by keeping your ass out of the medical system!

I've known Doug McGuff for a number of years now and had the privilege of being able to pick his brain nearly at will (save for when he's not saving someone's ass in the emergency room). Gracious, humble, and more informed than any 3 people you might know combined. As I told him after my … Continue reading Doug McGuff on keeping your liberty by keeping your ass out of the medical system!