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Stress, Disease and Health: A Historical Perspective.

Let’s begin with a simple question: What is health?

Miriam-Webster defines heath as, ” the condition of being sound in body, mind, or spirit; especially: 1,589 more words



The 9th Annual Silver Lining of Hope Crusade, Inc., (SLOHC) Banquet Fundraiser was held at The Doubletree By Hilton, Los Angeles, Westside, Culver City, and was attended by over 200 pastors, first ladies, dignitaries and members/supporters of the SLOHC. 444 more words

Smiling Robot Moves Without Wires

What could be cuter than a little robot that scuttles around its playpen and smiles all day? For the 2018 Hackaday prize is sharing his… 191 more words

Robots Hacks

Lifting Weights / Resistance Training (Part 3)

Please check-out Part 1 of Lifting Weights / Resistance Training post where I covered:

  1. Why lifting weights is important to me
  2. Misconceptions women make about lifting weights…
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How Long Does It Really Take To Drastically Change Your Flexibility?

Flexibility is so incredibly individual and varies so wildly; some claim to have never been flexible, others claim they’ve always been flexible. Some claim to have become flexible from once being drum-tight, others claim they’ve lost a good level of flexibility to now be ‘tight’. 1,284 more words


Why Listening To Science Over Your Body Is A Recipe For Disaster

Why Listening To Science Over Your Body Is A Recipe For Disaster

Let’s get a few things straight before we dive in: I, more than most people, love the scientific method. 661 more words


The #1 Mistake You're Making with your Workout

We all have our favorite workouts.  Whether you find yourself working out at a gym or at home, those go-to workouts become an easy way to ensure you get your sweat on and eliminate an already tired mind from thinking too much after a long day. 283 more words