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Are You Ready for a Change? Let’s Make It Happen

This is a little controversial, but I think it’s okay to be unhappy with who you are. You shouldn’t be unhappy with everything about yourself; that’s unhealthy. But if you’re ready for a change, then you are looking to grow. And I can appreciate someone trying to better themselves.

Change is stressful

Why do humans get ulcers? It’s a bit of a dated topic at this point. Robert Sapolsky’s renown book “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers” came out 25 years ago. The simple points of stress are pretty well understood, especially in health and fitness.

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Course Recap: Rethinking the Big Patterns Seminar with Dr. Pat Davidson

We had a grand ol’ time this past weekend here in San Francisco.

One of the top two meatiest PhDs I know came by to tell us how to create pro-exercise habit loops and build sensorimotor competency in high stress humans.

The other meatiest PhD I know was one of my old professors: Dr. Zach Riley.

Pat Davidson deadlifting a trap bar
Pat Davidson, PhD
Zach Riley throws the stone June 18 in the Gaylord (Michigan) Highland Games and Air Show. Submitted
Zach Riley, PhD

Pat Davidson is a riot. He’s a high energy, hilarious lecturer.

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