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Healing, Harming and Helping the Human Body with Dr. Mark Cheng – Episode 345

Dr. Mark Cheng is my healer, my teacher, my friend and my brother.   A lifelong student of healing, harming, and helping the human body through martial and medical sciences, he has devoted countless hours across continents to connect the dots for his patients.   Spending time with the man will not only improve your mindset and how you operate as a human being but also leave your body feeling healthier, stronger and more bulletproof than ever before.  (As long as he’s practicing medicine on you, not martial arts.) If you can’t hang with Doc Cheng in person the next best thing is… continue reading.

A Stronger Body, Sharper Mind and Stress-Proof Life with Aaron Alexander – Episode 322

Aaron Alexander is a manual therapist and movement coach who has helped the world’s best athletes, celebrities and everyone in between to relieve pain, increase strength and optimize their movement. He hosts the top-rated Align Podcast which features the world’s thought leaders on all things movement and wellness. He’s also the founder of the Align Method™, an integrated approach of functional movement and self-care that has helped thousands of people to remove pain and move optimally in daily life. If you want to learn how to move, perform and feel better than ever, listen to this awesome… continue reading.

The No BS Truth About Body Transformation

Summer is coming. There’s no time to waste doing stuff that doesn’t work. The # 1 proven, time-tested way to make structural changes in your body is to place mechanical tension on the muscles with heavy strength training. This is true whether you’re male or female, old or young. It’s not cardio, not hour long mobility flows, not burpees, not juggling weights, not battling ropes, not light complexes, not “functional training” where you stand one one leg on balance boards and bosu balls, not Pilates, not yoga, not getting drenched in sweat or breathing like a locomotive during some type… continue reading.