Natural Born Heroes: The Primer on Being Strong to Be Useful

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Back before World War I, a French navy officer named Georges Hébert was present at the eruption of Mount Pelée on the island of Martinique.  There, he witnessed the disaster and what he considered too much needless death due to the accident.  And it had nothing…

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Embrace “First World Problems” and Get More Movement

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I don’t know where you live, but here in Columbus, where the Mudlife Crisis family lives, it’s cold and snowy.  My wife, who’s originally from Texas, has accustomed herself to the cold to a point where she’s just happy to see temperatures in the positive column.…

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You’re Never Too Old to Mud It Up

Jack Lalanne

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Jack Lalanne, the amazing health pioneer of the 50s through the 80s (and beyond, naturally, as his legacy is ongoing), was famous for saying (about aging) “The reason that you can’t do what you used to do, is because you stopped doing it.”  He was referring…

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Variety – truly the crucial spice of life

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn You’ve probably heard the saying “variety is the spice of life.”  The creator of that saying knew what he was talking about, without a doubt. I’m in the middle of a great book right now: Move Your DNA: Restore Your Health Through Natural Movement by Katy Bowman,…

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