January 21, 2019

Two weeks ago, the inspiration for this series or articles was the unseasonably warm weather that brought more winter runners and beginner runners out of the woodwork.  Wouldn’t you know it, in typical midwest fashion, we have been hit with all of winter in the time fr...

Chiropractors talk a great deal about sports performance, but we tend to leave the autonomic nervous system out of this discussion.  We need to correct this.  

This post was inspired by reading through Dr. Andrew Flatt’s blog www.hrvtraining.com.  This website is a...

January 16, 2017

 This past weekend I taught 5 CE's for the Illinois Prairie State Chiropractic Association down in Champaign, IL, and I picked up a couple lessons for myself along the way.  

The first lesson I learned is that 5 hours is a lot more difficult to teach than 2 hours!...

December 21, 2016

Despite the many complexities of training in the sport of weightlifting (and pretty much every other strength or endurance sport), the main premise is pretty simple.  Gradually increase the training stress and training load over a period of time, allow the body adequat...

December 18, 2016

For the past 4 years I have been merging two my passions in life: Chiropractic and the exciting world of sports performance.  Remember the line from "Talladega Nights" where Ricky's dad said: "I am a semi professional race car driver and an amateur tattoo artist?"  Wel...

January 18, 2016


   Don’t you hate titles like that?  I do.  Yes, I realize the irony that I have such disdain for click bait titles like that and I am using one, but I am using it to make a point.  I can’t stand fitness marketing.  Especially the fitness marketing geared towards...

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