Category Archives: beyond treatment

Honesty

Improvement begins with an honest assessment of your current condition. If you don’t know where you are, how can you figure out how to get where you want? – today’s Life-Cise Tip. That idea applies to many things. It certainly applies to … Continue reading

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Health Watch Radio

Please join me today (7-14) at 4:00pm EST, as I discuss exercise and cancer on Health Watch Radio with Dianne Gregg. I will talk about the challenges and the benefits of exercise during all stages of treatment and beyond, as … Continue reading

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Hiking the Tongue & Thinking

As many of you know, I am currently playing the Lake George Opera Festival at Saratoga, NY. Yesterday for the Fourth of July, I went on a lovely hike with my friend Lisa (photos to follow later). We did a … Continue reading

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Happy Memorial Weekend from Life-Cise

Here in the US, we’re in the middle of Memorial Weekend – important for three things. Most of us think first of barbecues! In backyards and parks all over the country families and friends are getting together (assuming the weather … Continue reading

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Benefits of Strength Training

When muscles work against a greater than normal resistance, they get stronger. Strength training, resistance training, and weight training are all terms for this type of exercise. As your muscles work against the resistance, over time, they adapt and become … Continue reading

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