Restorative Fitness and Active Recovery

October 27, 2015 // 0 Comments

Restorative Fitness and Active Recovery for Runners A two-week workshop (two classes per week) to help runners recover from the NYC marathon. Restorative Fitness and Active Recovery (neuromuscular regeneration) help you move better, recover faster, [...]

“Paleo Mexican”: Call This What It Is

May 6, 2014 // 0 Comments

As a kid, I grew up in the inner-city jungle of San Antonio, Texas where my single mom Margarita spent her days hunting and foraging to make ends meet for her kids. After my parents’ divorce, we moved from my father’s “first-class, first world” [...]

Misconceptions in Exercise and Stress

February 24, 2013 // 0 Comments

  Exercise can be a powerful tool for stress reduction, improving health and strength. Done right, it builds metabolic strength and flexibility. It can help with fat loss and it’s preventative of premature aging and disabling later years. However, [...]

Plane Crash in Hudson River and Your Health

January 16, 2009 // 5 Comments

The plane that crashed into the Hudson river today drifted south down the river heading out to sea. It floated by my gym in the west village and I thought I would share what the experience meant to me and how it applies to health and wellness. I have [...]

How New York Women Stay Thin pt 2

January 15, 2009 // 1 Comment

Carie is my most successful pre/post natal client who trained consistently throughout her entire pregnancy. Within a few short weeks of delivering her beautiful baby boy, Carie easily lost the weight and got her lean, sexy body back in no time. Here are [...]

Top 5 Foods that Fight Stress

November 2, 2008 // 4 Comments

I wrote a short article on 5 specific foods that have certain amino acids critical for supporting our brain’s ability to reduce stress and maintain calm. It’s a very cool topic and the short article turned into a much larger one. In fact, its [...]