• Length Force Relationships and the Biceps Curl

    This week, I’d like to talk about something I’ve touched on, maybe once or twice in the past few years on my blog. It’s a concept I learned from Jerry Telle, an exercise scientist I worked with years ago. In […]

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  • The Ghost in The Machine

    CHEK Faculty Member Matt Wallden and I recently published a paper — The ghost in the machine: Is musculoskeletal medicine lacking soul? — in the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies. This is a very important article, especially in the […]

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  • Gym Time Part 2: How Much Is Ideal?

    Last week, in part one of this short series on gym time, I talked about how much time you should ideally be spending in the gym, in order to best handle the stress of exercise, and also discusses the yin […]

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  • Gym Time Part 1: How Much is Ideal?

    Today, I’d like to talk about gym time, specifically how much is enough. There’s a lot of controversy about that subject and, as usual, plenty of research but much of it is conflicting. That’s typical for the scientific community. My […]

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  • Paul’s In Podcast Heaven!

    Hello! Welcome back to my blog. I’ve been a little slow getting this one out because we just got back from vacation and I’m trying to catch up. Our Vacation     Penny, Angie, Mana and I had an amazing […]

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  • Your Life in Metaphor

    The way you describe yourself, your life and your circumstances can have a great impact on how quickly or easily you will attain your life’s dreams or goals – if at all! If the way you describe yourself, consciously or […]

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