I have consulted with and spoken for numerous business in almost ever sector imaginable.  From public safety to banking to IT and there has become 3 common themes that tell me almost immediately if I have entered a fit, healthy, productive and happy workplace.  It is one of those things you can just feel when you walk in the door.  Maybe it’s the old Paramedic in me that learned a street sixth sense but a

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One fact of life that most people forget to attach to anything is that “there are no guarantees in life”.  I suppose it is human nature to want good health, financial security, a family that loves you and much more.  Unfortunately everything “good” in life has to be worked for and far too many citizens fall into the trap of expecting someone to come along and provide their needs.  For about 50 years our “tooth

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Do you know it is easy to melt that belly fat by adding brown rice and beans to your daily diet? That’s not all, eating diet rice in garlic and onions can cut down your chance of getting cancer. Other food that enrich your life as super food include all kinds of greens, any family of squash vegetables known as marrow vegetables because they come in different shapes and colors. Mushrooms, millet, raw vegetables, almonds

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There is a debate raging in the news media about whether or not the government should pay for birth control pills for unmarried females.  Of course the liberals and progressives in our society are supporting something free because an unmarried female law student at Georgetown University went before congress to testify that having sex has gotten expensive and the government should pay.  Let’s be real here, birth control pills have been marketed as a method

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Here are 10 things everyone can do on their own to enjoy better health, and all are free of government control.  How many of you cannot get through a day without the government telling how to live that day?  If you are one of these unfortunate souls, please read on because you will be greatly enlightened by learning you can have good health if you will work for it and quit believing the government can

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Having the opportunity to work with numerous organizations each year and spend time on site with them and their teams is in my humble opinion an invaluable experience.  from CEO’s with no doors (literally no doors) on their office to organizations that provide nothing but healthy and balanced snacks.  The ability to see real time best practices across different industries has let me to conclude that health, wellness and fitness in not just a program

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Parenting is a difficult task for humans and animals alike. Besides difficulties in rising their next generation, humans and animals alike have lots in common in child rearing. My new book titled “Mothers: Who Are They?” is an appreciation for parenting challenges experienced by animals and human alike if their next generation is to survive. Also outlined in this book is the hardship and difficulties of parenting in a tough world. This book outlines positive

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Fitness Team

Posted by Bryan Fass
Category : Blog

Does your company have a wellness or fitness team?  Do your employees have a voice for their health and wellness concerns?  Is your organization proactive for reducing workers compensation and health care costs? There are employees in your organization that are screaming to be heard and they have good ideas!  Good ideas that can save you money and boost overall productivity.  There are employees in your organization that are only heard when they have a

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As a subject matter expert, author, speaker/trainer and all around fitness and wellness guy I am often asked the same question over and over again.  Why do you do all that crazy stuff when you work out?  Flipping tires, sprinting up the biggest hill I can find, turning a play ground into a big functional fitness gym, choosing to eat healthy…this list is endless! Frankly I do these things for a few reasons. 1. As

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Tempus Fugit

Posted by Donald Wyant
Category : Blog

In a little less than a month I will be 71. I’m really looking forward to that. The past 70 years of my life have been replete with joy, sadness, close calls and challenges. I would like to share a few of them with you. I remember the thrill of being a starting quarterback of my high school football team Momence, Illinois against our arch rival Bradley High School. That was good. I remember turning

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