There are hundreds if not thousands of generic and/or specific recommendations, processes, and actions describing how to improve one’s chances of living longer and healthier. These reflect a wide range of holistic, medical, religious, psychological, and metaphysical aspects of the world we live in. Anecdotal claims abound in just about every corner of the planet. Virtually everyone has an opinion on what fosters good health and what does not. The reality is there are just too many variables to conclude if you “do this” or “do that” you will live to a ripe old age.[Read more…] about The Four Keys to Living Longer and Healthier: Getting “MAAD”
How Fit Do I Need to be to Play Golf?
There’s a huge gap between the weekend golfer riding in a cart and tour pros who sometimes walk for 9+ hours (as in Match play events) and routinely play four competitive rounds per week plus practice rounds not to mention extensive hours on the range and putting green.[Read more…] about How Fit Do I Need to be to Play Golf?
My Achin’ Back
Back pain is not much fun. I suffered from it for several years until I became a fitness trainer and learned how to improve my core strength and musculature so that my body worked properly.[Read more…] about My Achin’ Back
Weight Loss & Diet Plans
There’s always a lot of buzz on this subject and certainly about the latest diet plans like paleo, keto and the myriad of plans as advertised on TV. What is often misleading about many diet plans is the real basis behind weight loss. The science behind it is complex but the theory is straightforward and based on the First Law of Thermodynamics. This law says that energy entering a closed system minus energy leaving a closed system leaves a positive or negative energy balance.[Read more…] about Weight Loss & Diet Plans