Archive | November, 2011

In Full Agreement with Drew Baye: An End to “High Intensity” Exercise

Drew Baye recently published a post titled “Why NOT High Intensity Training?“. The timing could not be more perfect. Not more perfect because I had been wanting to make a similar case here on TDL for a few weeks now. The case that by labeling real and proper exercise, “high intensity”, we are in fact perpetuating the […]

A Primal Thanksgiving Dinner

The dinner consisted of, roast duck roast turkey pumpkin cheesecake (extra thick crust) pumpkin pie stuffing /w bacon + sausage green bean casserole small dish of cranberry/blueberry sauce  large bowl of cranberry/apple sauce sweet potato slices mashed potatoes /w cheese turkey gravy duck gravy But wait, is it primal? In a large sense, yes, because all of the food was […]

Training Expectations Over a Lifetime

Click the picture to watch now, 100% free. Read below for the bio. Skyler Tanner, the youngest Superslow™ certified instructor in history, has been a personal trainer for over a decade. Currently a general manager at Efficient Exercise (Austin Texas), Skyler is working toward a graduate degree in  Exercise Science with the intent of obtaining a Registered Clinical Exercise […]

Chronic Lower Back Pain | Discussion & Treatment

  James Steele (or James Steele II as he is known online and through his blog) is a 23 year old Lecturer and PhD Research Student at Southampton Solent University in the UK. James is an exercise scientist by profession having gained a first class honours degree in Applied Sport Science and during his time […]

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