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100+Living Fitness

Your Priority Pyramid and Why There is More than Core

There is More than Core with a Chiropractic Approach Over the last few weeks I’ve came across several experts talking about how critical core strength is. And I agree, core strength is an important part of maintaining upright posture and it can have an incredible impact on your long term health and ability to be …

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Secret #2; Choose the disciplines that will give you the best results for life.

Now that we’ve covered what I feel is the most significant secret to a balanced life, joy. Let’s get into some very practical but necessary tips to insure your life is full but effective. And as you’d imagine they cover some lifestyle choices. If you missed our last post on secret #1, then before you …

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Why has today’s chiropractic become an essential ingredient for longevity?

Over the last 20 years the “acceptability” for chiropractic has steadily rose. The word is getting out and people are realizing the value of today’s chiropractic. This week I wanted to share with you some of the science that is now available to prove, without a doubt, that adopting a chiropractic lifestyle is one of …

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How Technology can Change your Posture and your Life

Have you ever seen the exact same thing create good and bad? I think the biggest culprit in recent years has been the internet and the devices we access the internet on (computers, tablets and smart phones). From mis-information, false research, horrible bigotry and hatred. As well as incredible resources, connection with distant family and …

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What an athlete looks like with and without today’s chiropractic

This week was a shock. I personally saw the contrast of an athlete who has had chiropractic care from birth compared to one without. This first x-ray you will see is of my oldest; 15 years old and involved in competitive sports. In fact his #1 sport is one of the highest impact sports on …

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Your computer is killing you and what you can do about it.

Most work places in today’s modern day culture demand that we spend at least a few hours in front of a computer. It’s inevitable. But did you also know that there are dangers? Sitting Shorten’s Your Life by 40% Sitting for 6 hours or more a day increases your chance of death by 40% according …

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Life expectancy in Canada hits 80 for men, 84 for women.

2014 was a great year for longevity experts in Canada. The numbers were glowing[ref]http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/life-expectancy-in-canada-hits-80-for-men-84-for-women-1.2644355[/ref]. We are among the top in the world for longevity in both men and women. . . . Unfortunately, science can be misconstrued to produce the result we’re looking for. [ctt tweet=”Canadians are among the top in the world for longevity …

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Posture, Life Expectancy, Heart Disease and Asthma.

In 2014 it was reported that texting can lead to a shortened life. And this had nothing to do with distracted drivers; although, that is a problem. The report was related to the posture that your neck is in when you “assume the position” of texting. Also commonly referred to as “text neck”. Not even …

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Ready to Run, or are we just hoping?

Over the next few weeks you’ll see some quotes from a great book called “Ready to Run” by Dr. Kelly Starrett. I really recommend it to anyone who wants to avoid the chronic injury treadmill that comes with distance training. You can click on the link below to see it in Amazon.ca. Here’s the quote …

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