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Power of the Kinesiologist

I’m blatantly biased. After committing the past 5 years of my life studying the science of human movement, Kinesiology as a profession has a profound pool of resources filled with tremendous untapped potential. Forget about personal training, physical therapy, ergonomics, research, or whatever other post-graduate profession Kinesiologists find themselves pursuing. My understanding is that, as […]

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Entepreneurial Journal Week 2-6

Note: This entry is unedited, unscripted, and probably uninformative. Read on if you wish. There’s a¬†weird feeling you get when you go through a transition from external to internal motivation for doing something. In his first Bolivia episode of MeatEater, Steven Rinella¬†captures this statement perfectly in a way I poetically never could. “You always ask […]

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Entrepreneurial Journal Week 1

The experience of learning the lesson is more important than the lesson itself. – Neil deGrasse Tyson In hindsight I guess I’ve never really been good at jobs, per se. Not that I didn’t like them or that I was bad on the job, but jobs and titles in general never appealed to me. I […]

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