Finally! Some Prevention!

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Finally. Humans focused on preventing disaster for once instead of cleaning it up. How altering an asteroid’s path is a perfect representation of the “ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” expression.

Shopping at the Reality Store – 27 Years Dead

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Does it hurt your feelings or your physiology? (Time to pick up some things from the Reality Store.) High sugar intake promotes obesity…and obesity promotes dementia. “There are no bad foods” & the idea that ‘obesity’ is stigmatizing…just the latest offerings from grievance junkies doing real harm while claiming to be helping people. Twenty-seven years ago today, obesity killed my father and we didn’t care what it was called.

Barbells, Babies, & Brain Fitness

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Babies, barbells, and brain fitness.  What’s the difference between lifting a baby or a barbell?  One is squirmy and the other is firm-y. Consider the familiar scene of someone lifting a child in the air overhead.  The human connection through physical touch and eye contact plus the sudden higher elevation and movement is very thrilling […]

Strength Braining

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Strength training improves cognitive decline and provides neuroprotective benefits for the hippocampus. But don’t get too caught up in targeting types of exercise for specific brain regions.

Go Clock Yourself

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Daylight Savings Time. Instead of complaining about it like everyone else, let’s use the idea of a clock face to create 4 new exercises you can use to expertly blend brain and body fitness. Use Timed Sets These exercises work best using time-based sets rather than reps. With all of the clock numbers bouncing around […]