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As we roll toward the end of August, the summer may be coming to an end, but a lot of other things are starting up. Right now families and students are in Back to School mode, either already in classes or about to begin. And there are a LOT of them.

Here is Tina Chandler’s story. I know you will find it uplifting and inspiring. It explains why she is one of the best strength and conditioning coaches working today.

This is the story of Craig Blanchette, a fellow Olympian and Paralympian who I had the honor of competing alongside as members of Team USA during the 1980s and ‘90s. It is a story of his tremendous courage, perseverance and overcoming adversity throughout his life. Craig was born with a birth defect called Proximal femoral

In my recent post Win the Battle of the Bulge this Summer, I covered the fundamentals of nutrition, with some actionable guidelines that can help anyone get into better shape through better dietary decisions. In this post, I focus on stretching, cardiovascular and strength training and outline a proven workout plan for building strength and

Nutritional 911

 Our eating habits need help. Fast food, high-calorie desserts, sweetened drinks, and the wide range of processed foods on the market have filled us up – and filled us out. The numbers are staggering… in the United States, most adults are overweight or obese, as are 1 in every 3 children. As our

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