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Is Your Butt Turned On?

by Dr. Christopher on December 4, 2011

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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.

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Giving: From One Small Thing to One Big Experiment

by Dr. Christopher on September 20, 2011

In The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz explains one of his agreements: Don’t make assumptions.

When you pass a homeless man, you can assume that he is lazy and is taking advantage of you.

Like I did on Sunday to the bearded man with a cat on a leash and a bucket.

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What You Can Learn From A Seedling

June 27, 2011

Do we really think we, as humans, are so different from each other and from other forms of life? Life gives you what you need in order to experience life, just as it does the same for a plant. Tweet

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Reflection On Community: The 2011 Northeast Crossfit Regionals

June 20, 2011

When I ask you what the name of your community is, how long does it take you to answer? Hopefully, less than five seconds. Health and happiness are not possible without a quick answer to that question. Whenever I think about the happiest moments in my life, it was when I belonged to a community… […]

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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

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A Rant

April 29, 2011

I hope you don’t mind that I don’t talk about the intricacies of health as much as other health blogs. I don’t go so far into conventional health information because you can find it anywhere.   It would be a waste of my time to step on other people’s toes.  People are unhealthy not because of a […]

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