An observer watching someone lift a chair… “Wow!  That looks heavy!  You should be careful about how you lift!  You could hurt yourself!  I am sore just watching you!  Doesn’t that hurt your back and arms?  You should get someone to help you…” Person lifting: “Maybe you are right…” WorriesContinue Reading

Critical Window for Obesity Prevention Identified. by Troy Brown, RN Most obese adolescents experienced the most pronounced weight gain during early childhood, between 2 and 6 years of age.  Weight gain slowed after that but continued leading to a higher degree of obesity during adolescence a large study found. “EarlyContinue Reading

From the Couch to the Starting Line! At the New Balance Falmouth Road Race… …anything is possible. This is your time! A collaboration between you, the New Balance Falmouth Road Race and Cape Cod MOVES You have thought about it and maybe even said it out loud…“I would love toContinue Reading

What are your plans for the remainder of 2018? What are you considering that might be “relatively easy” for you to accomplish? What are you planning that might be a “reasonable challenge”? What are you planning that would be a “really tough push for you for this year”? When youContinue Reading

Part 1 of 2 On Language and How We Think These are important days. People are people and they are trying to be identified as such. In my business whole diagnostic categories have changed to try to use language that helps empower rather than demean. For instance, we use aContinue Reading

This video combines my favorite motivational song (Rise Up by Andra Day) with an Olympic Motivation. Go ahead. Watch this. Then get moving. There is no way this will not get you going! And, Want More? Here is one….. American Dan Jansen was inspired to take up speed-skating by hisContinue Reading