Category Archives: Health


Why do you sometimes post “negative” stuff?

One of my healing clients asked me this some time ago and also made the observation that it looks like I do not like the current administration. The best answer I can give you is that TRUTH is essential to healing. Lies are harmful to your body. Think about how a polygraph works, you get

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Here is Day 2 of training straight out of my training journal. WARMUP 1. Joint Mobility 2. Foam Roller/Lacrosse Balls WORKOUT Pullup/Reverse Row Ladder Pull up                   1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 Reverse Row        5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 –

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A Day in the life – A sneak peek into my Training for Strength, Health and Longevity Part 1

I decided to offer a sneak peak into what I am currently doing and why. As I have mentioned before my workouts usually have four parts: Mobility/Prehab, Heavy Lifts for Strength and Testosterone, Isometric for freaky strength and recovery, and a Finisher for Conditioning and Growth Hormone. Currently I have begun a training program for

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Muscle Mysticism – Esoteric Experiment 2: Electromagnetic Meditation using Zappers

I have mentioned Liver Cleanses in previous articles and highly recommend that everyone do them once or twice a year. If you have a health challenge then you NEED do it more often. The best book on Liver Cleansing is The Cure For All Diseases by Hulda Clarke. According to Hulda Clarke’s experience, she claims

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If you had to write your own fitness rules, what would they be?

If you were to strip away everything you have been led to believe by magazines, society, and other people and instead developed a set of rules based on what you personally experienced, what would they be? My personal philosophy is that nothing is real until I experience it. Based on my experience, which no one

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Cold Water Dousing – How To Do It and Benefits

While preparing to give my Vestibular Reset and Joint Mobility seminar at Constant Motions in Sarasota, FL I had a chance to get to know my friend Vince Uttermohlen a little better. Among the many things we talked about in setting up for the seminar was his Russian Systema experience and how mobility and being

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Fearlessness vs. Courage

“Words matter.” I have heard this sentiment many times when drafting international agreements between the navies of the United States and the partner nations in Central and South America. Some words might commit the United States to do something they did not agree to do and create a false expectations in the partner nation. This

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Eric Guttmann Interview

What do you consider the greatest lesson learned? One of the greatest lessons learned is that nothing is what it seems. My world changes every 2-5 years and when I look at the way I thought the world worked and my place in it five years ago and compare it to today there is a

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