Archive for the ‘education’ Category

A new study from the World Economic Forum has predicted that the global costs of chronic disease will reach $47 trillion by 2030. ┬áThese include cancer, diabetes, mental illness, heart disease, and respiratory disease. What’s the connection between these things? Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and to a some extent, mental illness, are all influenced by […]

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I recently posted an article that Tony Gentilcore shared on facebook, and wrote a guest article for Eric Cressey‘s blog. Since then several thousand of you have clicked your way through to my site. Welcome! And thanks to Eric and Tony! Here’s a brief introduction for people who are new to the blog: I graduated […]

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This actually captures his likeness pretty well. I spent all day at the Robb Wolf’s seminar in Boston yesterday. It was a really fun group, I had an awesome time. The presentation was excellent with a lot of great background science and some great tips for implementation. I’ll post some notes on cool stuff soon.

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Whole Foods Debacle

Posted: 14th August 2011 by tyler in education, nutrition
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Every Sunday my roommates and I go to whole foods to get our meat, butter, and a couple other random things for the week. Sometimes I get odd looks when I’m checking out with 300 thousand calories of grass fed ground beef, pastured butter, and a couple packs of Spinach- these Whole Food types tend […]

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Tony Gentilcore just did a post on how to properly assess shoulder internal rotation. This is important for people who like to use their shoulders, so go check it out. It features a video of yours truly in the demonstration:

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