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Health & Wellness ARCHIVE

  • Diet and exercise are your body’s natural hedge against chronic illness. While we remain unable to get together and we are holding online classes, instead of writing an article this week on the COVID-19 virus, my research on the impact of routine exercise on potential outcomes, and the impact you could have on your future […]

  • 5 Tips to Hedge against Respiratory Illness

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog, Health & Wellness | on May 7, 2020

    This article is an abbreviated callout from Dr. Aseem Malhotra’s March 22, 2020 work. Dr. Malhotra asserts, “Data that has emerged on the coronavirus so far reveals which groups are at greater risk of developing more severe complications from the illness. In Italy, age initially appeared to be the key factor. With the oldest population […]

  • COVID-19: Is it time to start opening up?

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog, Health & Wellness | on April 28, 2020

    Today I want to share some resources that provide interesting insights into the pandemic. Some are supportive of continued lock downs, some indicate that the lockdowns have served their purpose, and then a site that has some great analytics on this and other pandemics, for the analytically minded among us. First, the argument for continuing […]

  • Exercise and immune system performance

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog, Health & Wellness | on April 23, 2020

    Staying on my theme for the week, I found another interesting article on the relationship of exercise and the immune system’s infection fighting capabilities. Like most everything, there is value in exercise to a point, then diminishing to the point of negative returns. Like alcoholic drink consumption, there is evidence that moderate drinking can be […]

  • Right before we were asked to close by the county due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I posted a graph on the white board. The picture was of a lecture graph from Greg Glassman, early on in the CrossFit journey. Greg suggested that there are 3 broad states of health in any population, with of course, […]

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