Posts tagged "fitness"
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 […]
We envy those who eat as much of whatever they want without gaining a single pound. We feel for those who put cream in their coffee and their midsections expand like hot air balloons. The first scenario can quickly lead to clogged arteries, fatigue, and suboptimal performance. Just because the outside is fine doesn’t mean […]