Category Archives: doctors and exercise

Have You Ever Lost a Loved One? What About IDEA World 2011?

We have all experienced death on some level. Whether it be by a heartbreaking story you heard about from the media or by losing a friend or loved one. Exactly one week ago my Mother In-Law died from stroke. She was at Tufts Hospital at the Michael Neely Neuroscience Unit. This unit was brand new […]
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Celebrate Jack LaLane, Do Not Mourn His Loss, Rejoice in His Life

This is one of those times that people get sad when a great or significant person passes away when people seem sad and go into mourning. If this is a direct love one and you need to go through the grieving process, I understand, but when we are talking about health and fitness icon Jack […]
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The Kids Aren’t Alright. Childhood Obesity is Killing Adults

A change of pace for my blog but I talk about this in workshops twice a month and am passioante about it. YOU can make adifference too! Are you going to help make a positive difference or sit on the sidelines? Thanks for reading and watching! Eric Beard CEO A-Team Corrective Exercise Specialist […]
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Dr.Mcdreamy Loves Core Stabilization Training to Prevent Low Back Pain

Just finished a presentation for the UMass Medical School’s Exercise Medicine Enrichment Elective… I may or may not have met the next “Mcdreamy” in training but I had a great time. The medical students were very appreciative and interactive. It was an honor to be in a position to contribute to the next generation of […]
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