You may know that Randy Roach, the author of Muscle, Smoke & Mirrors, a great proponent of physical culture, an awesome human being is one of my dearest friends. You might also be aware that Randy is 95% blind. On REALLY good days, he can see silhouettes in the dark and that’s as good as [...][ Read More → ]
Do you know how to respectfully represent your authentic self with your voice while respectfully accepting another with your ears?
Is it possible that how we communicate can either be a powerful catalyst for opening the gates of the mind and heart, or a destructive force creating toxicity in our relationships, opportunities, and our own self? How can consciously infusing compassion into our communication facilitate an expansion of intimacy both within ourselves and with those we are in relationships with?[ Read More → ]
It’s a fact: during your workouts you spend a lot of energy. The more intense the workout the more energy you spend. That’s all well and good when you’re healthy, have your basic needs taken care of, a low stress work environment, are well hydrate and enjoy highly nutritious food every single day. A large [...][ Read More → ]
This year, I missed the early registration to the Toronto Can Fit Pro Conference even, though they extended it a couple of times. At the same time, I was asked by the C.H.E.K Institute if I could help out at their booth. I cleared my schedule around the time slots when they needed volunteers and [...][ Read More → ]
The stress levels we have today are at least 100 times the stress levels of our grandparents. We get it from every angle as I’ve written about in another post (How Stress Hinders Your Weight Loss Efforts) Here I’ll outline 3 simple breathing exercises you can practice before going to sleep to help you unwind [...][ Read More → ]
A week ago I visited NYC and Southhampton for a much needed vacation. I was pleased to find each restaurant we visited was very helpful in modifying their menu to fit our (mainly my) nutritional needs and wants. In the Hampton’s, there was a whole foods like I’ve never seen. It was a farmer’s stand [...][ Read More → ]