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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.

Perception – Frame of Reference (FOR)

Dealing with the Slipperiness of Perceptions Frame of reference (FOR) is the key to mind and body transformation. This mental record of reality represents our past experiences that help shape…

Box Jumps

One of the most common misapplications of box jumps is using them as a conditioning exercise. Typically the trainer or athlete does multiple repetitions. There are a lot of issues…

The Basics of Physical Activity

You know exercise is good for you…at least that is what you’ve heard — but do you know how good? From boosting your mood to improving your mental and physical…

Technostress and How to Cure It

Stress is categorized in various forms, chemical, physical, emotional, neurological, and environmental. Technostress interacts with all other forms of stress to create a synergistic effect (1+1= 6); for example combining…

The Glycemic Index

What the glycemic index means to the dieter and common problems related to glucose. The glycemic index was developed in the early 1980’s by David Jenkins, PhD., as a tool…