A study in the International Journal of Obesity found that sugary, fatty foods create similar reactions (including the inevitable crash) to drugs. Similar to drug addicts, researchers found bingers seek to recreate this destructive food […]
How Can Strength Training Help?
Years ago I remember lamenting (and writing somewhere) that I was fairly sick of reading research papers on how eating more fiber was good for people, how it was time for nutritional science to move into relatively more interesting things than a topic that had literally been beaten to death. […]
Beginning in the late 60’s a man named Walter Mischel conducted a series of experiments at Stanford University. Young children sat in front of a table with a marshmallow on it. The game: They could eat the marshmallow immediately or they could wait alone for about fifteen minutes and get two. […]
Get energized, get happy, and get things done the rest of the day.
Yesterday morning I hit the snooze button on my alarm twice, ate a late breakfast, drank too much coffee, and didn’t change out of my Under Armour sweat pants till 11 a.m. […]
As you may know by now I suffered a torn rotator cuff and labrum that required surgery. The injury was a long time in the making and the destruction of my shoulder began many years ago when I was doing stupid things like isometronic training in the power rack and other high risk, low reward methods. […]