02 Apr 2013
April 2, 2013

Greg Ryan Living with Autism and ADHD

Glass half full or half empty! Either way, you get what you believe. My entire life I have believed something was not right upstairs, but I also have never believed in making excuses for anything. When my physical body finally shut down from the years of an over revving engine, I was forced to get.. read more →

28 Mar 2013
March 28, 2013

The Power Switch Behind Losing Weight

All the fretting is in the lead up to flipping the decision switch. Flip it and the burden disappears. Ever experience this? So why is it so hard to just make a decision, be done with it and move on when it comes to a weight loss and exercise plan? In most cases it’s fear.. read more →

25 Mar 2013
March 25, 2013

Kick Starting Your Weight Loss Program

Every successful person has one. Even in bible days those who had a daily routine seemed to get more accomplished and enjoyed life more. No matter the mood, consistency is the key to success in weight loss and life. Routine means, “Standard Procedures.” My most asked question is, “How have you sustained your exercise program.. read more →

What is your Jericho? We all have one or more. The truth is we will continue to be challenged with a Jericho the rest of our days; history shows us that. If our history, yours and mine on a personal level have spoken anything around our walls, it would not be the importance of physical.. read more →

19 Mar 2013
March 19, 2013

Ten Benefits to Early Morning Exercise

Early Bird Gets the Burn! Here are ten benefits to early morning exercise: Exercising early in the morning “jump starts” your metabolism, keeping it elevated for hours, sometimes for up to 24 hours! As a result, you’ll be burning more calories all day long. Exercising in the morning energizes you for the day—not to mention.. read more →

18 Mar 2013
March 18, 2013

Hope Does Float, Cancer Survivors

Cancer! Will there ever be a cure? I do not have that answer, but I have to believe HOPE may be the best medicine we have to date. What’s your price for confidence I always ask? For Kathy that day, jumping out of an airplane was more than just a leap of surviving; it was a jump of a life thriving. And for me watching her floating through the clouds on a cushion of air convinced me, HOPE does float! read more →

17 Mar 2013
March 17, 2013

A.D.D. Pay Attention, Suicide On The Rise

A.D.D. Pay Attention, “Suicide on the Rise!’ Glass half full or half empty! Either way, you get what you believe. I do not believe in making excuses for anything. When my physical body finally shut down from the years of an over revving emotional engine, I forced myself to checked under the hood. For me being.. read more →

16 Mar 2013
March 16, 2013

Steroids and Pleading the FIFTH

The Locker Room – Steroids, HGH and the Pleading the FIFTH DRUG Problem! Being Accepted, getting an Identity and having a Purpose, the core essence of living; me, they were the center reasons for almost dying.   There comes a time in every kids life that they are either looking in or looking out, in.. read more →

15 Mar 2013
March 15, 2013

The Pat On The Back

Deer in headlights I was told. Frozen stiff as a board in the front door of the men’s health club I stood. Day 1, I accidently turned the corner heading to my next class in Architecture school and so the life, my life began. Feeling sorry or just an empathetic man, I do not know,.. read more →

14 Mar 2013
March 14, 2013

Faith and Fitness

Not the same guy I use to be. Introverted, undisciplined and doubtful, that was I! “How have you kept it all going?” Many will ask.   If I could sum it up, “Bold Faith.” Going from unmotivated to borderline obsessive is no easy task. And for me a short-term approach with a long term Hope was.. read more →