When you’re on a “diet”, you’re almost exclusively focused on the foods you can eat, as well as the foods you can’t eat.
This is one reason why diets are temporary in nature… because they’re extremely difficult to maintain over a longer period of time, like months or even years.
So, if your goal is to lose weight, improve your health, and continue to be in the best shape of your life, you need to make a major shift: you need to shift from DIET to LIFESTYLE.
LIFESTYLE is the ultimate key to lasting weight loss and improved health, and in this video I’ll explain how you can make this shift. Here’s a hint: it’s all about mindset, and it’s not about the food!
We all know that living a healthy lifestyle is essential for our overall well being, but it can be hard to fit it into your already busy lifestyle.
If you’re trying to lose weight and improve your health, you’ll want to focus on certain nutrient-dense foods and avoid other foods that will keep you from reaching your goals.
In this video, I’ll explain the three types of food that we focus on during the “20-30 Fast Track” weight loss program, and I’ll explain how these same foods can you help you lose weight with other diet programs.
Welcome to my first two video in my brand new weight loss video series!
In these first two videos, I’m going to share some simple yet powerful tips that will help you stick to your weight loss program and reach your goals!
Ever been in a foreign country and tried to order food off a long, complicated, unfamiliar-looking menu? Did you use hand signals to describe the dish you wanted?
We outline 5 Ways to Prevent Falls In Your Own Home if you struggle with balance issues and want to feel safe in your own home.
Recently, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about vertigo, specifically BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo).
This led to the creation of these 3 new videos. In the first one, I talk about the differences between posterior and horizontal canal BPPV…
When it comes to fall prevention and imbalance — it’s easy to become worried that one day, a fall may result in a terrible injury.
If you’ve had an MRI for your shoulder pain, you might be familiar with the term “supraspinatus tendinosis”, which is a very common finding.
The supraspinatus muscle is one of your 4 “rotator cuff” muscles and is a common cause of shoulder pain.
In this video, I explain what “supraspinatus tendinosis” means, and I’ll also explain the anatomical location of this muscle.
In this blog, we give you tips on how to improve & maintain good muscle health, allowing you to stay active and healthy without injury or pain.