1701 2018

Preventing Dementia

This article is dedicated to the memory of my mother-in-law, who after more than a decade of Dementia, recently passed away.  Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias pose serious health risks. Alzheimer’s is the fifth leading cause of death for Americans over 65.  In the next decades, the number of cases worldwide is expected to nearly [...]

1101 2018

Don’t be Hungry

The benefits of being a normal and healthy weight are countless. Most adults between ages 18 and 49 gain one half to one kilo each year.  Stopping and preventing weight gain should be a priority! If your weight is in a healthy range, focus on maintaining that weight by watching what you eat and exercising. [...]

401 2018

Dropping out?

The vast majority of clients that come in to our 10 Week program complete the program. Several clients also move on to a continuing program.  One thing all participants in the 10 Week program can tell you is that they gain a lot of knowledge about healthy eating and exercise. Most participants can also tell [...]

2812 2017

A NEAT idea

You have the best of intentions. After years of sedentary living, you now realize that exercise is really an essential part of healthy living.  Besides that, your wife has been on your case to start getting in shape and reducing the size of your continually growing stomach.  Every Sunday, you reaffirm that this is “the [...]

2112 2017

Meet Some Inspiring People

One of the great benefits of my job is that I get to meet new people all the time.  Many of them come into my 10 Weeks to Health program or personal training, while some come for lower back pain treatment or other more limited programs.  I consider myself fortunate to be able to have [...]

1212 2017

When Less is More

As Chanukah is here, my house is quiet.  All of my children are married and out of the house.   I quickly remembered times when we needed a large table for all of the menorahs, how candle-lighting took a long time as each child recited the blessings and we sang Maoz Tur afterwards.  I realized that even [...]

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