art morristown

Is Your Butt Turned On?

by Dr. Christopher on December 4, 2011

Courtesy of fitfinity

Are you squeezing your butt right now?  Is your butt turned on?

If not, it could be helpful to start thinking a whole lot more about your butt and its size.

[click to continue…]

{ 4 comments }

You Can’t Hammer A Nail With A Screwdriver

by Dr. Christopher on August 15, 2011

If your problem is a nail, what would you grab?

A screwdriver?  A wrench?  Or a hammer?

We can all agree that the solution to the nail problem is a hammer.

No reasonable person would disagree.

Why is your health any different?

[click to continue…]

{ 1 comment }

5 Tips For Your First Week Eating Paleo

August 8, 2011

My apologies … My commitment to the Humble Observer is to write a post every Monday of every week. I missed last week.  First miss in a year of writing. Please forgive me. I’m currently in Hawaii where the roosters don’t care if I’m sleeping, they go cock-a-doodling at 6 A.M. when there is no […]

Read the full article →

How Understanding Bipolar Disorder Can Help You Be Happier

July 25, 2011

A diagnosis is a label for a “disease,” or a set of symptoms that are a physiologic (and very normal) process of the body. Medicine comes up with a label for an issue so that medicine can be prescribed. Without a label, there is no medication and no income to be had. Only when you […]

Read the full article →

Be The Master Of Your Life

May 9, 2011

I had already written this post when a day later, I found this review of the book.  I took this as a sign that I had to share it. The purpose of life is to grow.  And to have a gosh-darn good time along the way.  The evolutionary biologists might argue it is to reproduce […]

Read the full article →

Understanding Load and Capacity: What Causes Musculoskeletal Pain

May 2, 2011

Understand these two words and you have understood ALL musculoskeletal pain. Load and Capacity. Load: how much you ask your body to do.  (the sand) Capacity: how much load your body can handle without damage.   (the bucket) Tweet

Read the full article →