“We are what we repeatedly do”
You may or may not know the old saying: “We are what we repeatedly do”. You may not necessarily know who said it either but rest assured it was from a long time ago, by someone who was probably pretty smart, probably pretty old, and probably wearing a toga; so we can know that it is probably true.
There is … [Read More...]
Think about change.
Do you get excited or do you cringe?
Let’s think about some changes: marriage, babies, new homes…all positive right?
What about stopping smoking, losing weight, placing your dirty clothes in the hamper after you wife has asked you repeatedly…still positive right?
So why is … [Read More...]
Training your Core
I want to share with you all a few of my favorite exercises to strengthen your core, which in the end can help to avoid injuries (especially back injuries). I am going to tell you about my three favorite core specific exercises, why they are my favorites, and different variations of these exercises. Notice I said core … [Read More...]
Embrace Your Grind: 5 Tips for Maintaining Long Term Motivation!
By: Cosmo Robinson
Winter is tough. The sun rarely makes an appearance, it’s cold and you don’t want to get out of bed. It’s in these moments that we find ourselves asking questions.
Questioning why we take action to do things, when inaction is so much … [Read More...]
30 million Americans suffer from acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) each year. So guess what medication has the largest sales in the United States?
You might guess painkillers or antidepressants, but the largest selling prescription medication is Nexium, a treatment for acid reflux.
Pretty much everyone will experience … [Read More...]
So far this year we have had an unusually cold and snowy winter in Indianapolis. This prompted Tomo to give you some tips and tricks to help keep your muscles in good condition during this extreme weather.
Overall, cold weather is not the best for optimal muscular health. To avoid muscular tightness and dysfunction you want to avoid … [Read More...]
After 12 years of missing being in Japan for the biggest holiday, New Year’s Day, I was able to spend the quality of time with my family this year. Like American holidays, we get together with extended family and eat certain foods! Yes, we eat a lot, too! But there are reasons that we eat particular foods for the New Year. The beginning of year … [Read More...]
The Holidays can often be tough for workouts and nutrition. If you are like most of the people I know, I bet you had a few too many treats during the holidays and may be planning to treat yourself again on New Years. This is also a time where many people do not want to leave their home or go outside. For these reason I would like to provide … [Read More...]