Work in Progress

I finished a hard, new work-out the other day. Feeling quite proud of myself, I did what everyone in the gym does at least once: I snapped a selfie for Instagram. I checked in at the gym, and, out of curiousity, clicked to see what other photos and videos had been posted for that gym.... Continue Reading →

The Weight of Your Armor

The last two weeks at my department's fire practice, we trained on firefighter survival using an obstacle course that has been one of my greatest dreads for the last three years. We typically conduct this training every three months, but for whatever reason, my officers decided we needed it two weeks in a row. For... Continue Reading →

The Ages of Exercise

I was doing some continuing education this week for my EP certification. The first course I completed was on Resistance Training for older adults (aged 65 and over). The end of video seminar had a quote by a Dr. Bortz: Exercise for the young in an option. Exercise for the old is an imperative. At... Continue Reading →

Breaking & Making Habits

Disclaimer: I have not been working in this field long and am in no way, shape, or form claiming to know everything. I will never claim to know that as this branch of healthcare is a constantly changing field with new research always being completed and shared, and every professional should want to learn as... Continue Reading →

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