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Hormones and Weight Loss

When my client wants to talk about hormones and weight loss, usually it comes down to education. First step is to help them understand the difference between their symptoms and…

Mental Distortion

“Life is 10 percent what you make it and 90 percent how you take it.” Irving Berlin The Misinformation Effect, Social Contagions, While Dealing with the Slipperiness of Perceptions We…

Celiac Disease

Factoid: Gluten-free foods –are not necessarily better for you.  Gluten-free may be displayed on many wheat products nowadays yet there is no validated science showing that eating a gluten-free diet…

The Do’s and Dont’s of Lifestyle Change

Stop waiting for life to slow down. Stop promising yourself that you are just one step away from tranquility. Stop feeling pity or sympathy for yourself because life has become…

About Mike

Michaelene Conner has been perfecting a blend of mind, energy, and body balance for more than 20 years. Her style combines these disciplines to customize training plans that currently range…

The Scoop on Jumping Rope

Jumping helps to develop the left and right hemispheres of the brain, which improves your sense of spacial intelligence, reading skills, memory and mental alertness.

Muscle Cramps

Have you ever woken up in the night to an excruciating muscle spasm in your quadriceps, calf or hamstring?


It’s normal to forget things from time to time, and it’s normal to become somewhat more forgetful as you age. But how much forgetfulness is too much?

Capability and Willingness

Ability without willingness is considered a motivational deficiency while willingness without ability is a skill deficiency.