"A high level of fitness in midlife was associated with a lower risk of depression after age 65 and a lower risk of cardiovascular death, including after a diagnosis of depression...." Full Article HERE
Full Video HERE Former U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. David A. Kessler discusses the issue of obesity in America saying, "I think we have failed in giving nutritional advice to people."
A great deal of the misunderstanding of the function of the cardiovascular system arises from the use of the word "aerobics" to describe a particular exercise protocol. The term aerobic denotes a metabolic pathway within [...]
Sitting down and speaking with OG Member Gary Churchill about how he balances life between his family, growing business, and fitness. Gary also came prepared with some statements he uses to motivate himself in t [...]
Interview with Coach Jimmy Nixon. We talk about how Jimmy focuses on lifestyle and nutrition with his clients before getting into a specific exercise program or starting CrossFit in general. Watch HERE [...]
Avoiding the Vacation Flub By Tricia Wasielewski Everybody loves a good vacation, including myself. We look forward to relaxing, getting away from work and chores, eating and drinking all the delicious things, and doing [...]