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Podcast Episodes

Episode 31: Your Cholesterol Matters Less Than You Think

Feb 21, 2017

The Cholesterol Hypothesis The cholesterol hypothesis is the prevailing theory on why human beings develop heart disease. It goes something like this; elevated total cholesterol and, especially, elevated LDL cholesterol, is the primary cause of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. Further, replacing saturated fat in the diet with vegetable oils lowers serum cholesterol and, therefore, lowers… read more »

Episode 30: Efficient and Effective Exercise Options at Your Workplace

Feb 15, 2017

Guest of the show: Julie Weidenfeld Fitness Snacking: 10 min exercise sessions 2-3 times per day. Key Muscle Groups to Focus On: Hip Flexors Glutes Core Stability Shoulders While sitting at the desk, periodically brace the abdominals and squeeze the shoulder blades together. Tip of the Day: Organized Walking Meetings Resource of the Month: Harvard… read more »

Episode 29: Recommendations for Airplane Travel with Low Back Pain

Feb 8, 2017

Experts estimate that as much as 80% of the population will experience a back problem at some point in their life and one-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year. It is a growing issue in today’s society, and a main contributor is the increase in sedentary lifestyles. Back pain… read more »

Episode 028: Personal Financial Wellness can Reduce Office Stress

Feb 1, 2017

Dave Jacobson is a Financial Coach with the same vision of helping individuals improve their overall wellness. He works with individuals and corporations to help improve their financial health. One big take-away from this episode is this: While your financial situation is different from everyone else, you are not alone. More than 75% of families… read more »

Episode 27: How a Pick-Pocket Cured My Low Back Pain

Jan 24, 2017

From an early age, we are taught that wallets go into our back pockets. However, no one tells us that this can create problems for our bodies and is terrible for our sitting posture. Sitting with a wallet in your back pocket causes one hip to sit higher and creates a tilt of your pelvis.… read more »

Episode 26: The Real Indicator of Performance for the Desk Jockey, interview with Erick Hathorn

Jan 18, 2017

To achieve performance goals, target happiness first! Massive Transformative Purpose: AI, “Sally” Designed to communicate and engage people to enhance the quality of life for individuals and corporations. Erick’s one tip for the desk jockey: Everybody should be moving! Standing, walking, micro-breaks, walking meetings. Get up and move! It will also help you think better… read more »

Episode 025: Bulletproof Your Coffee: How to Prevent Brain Fog and Fatigue Crashes Throughout Your Day

Jan 13, 2017

Since I can’t do such an amazing job of describing Bulletproof Coffee, like they do on their own blog, I will provide you with the link to visit their site. Below I have taken an excerpt of the benefits of the ingredients. https://blog.bulletproof.com/how-to-make-your-coffee-bulletproof-and-your-morning-too/ The following info is all from the blog link above. I highly… read more »

Episode 24: Dr. Larry Masarsky Discusses Most Common Pain Syndromes of Desk Workers

Jan 4, 2017

Dr. Larry Masarsky is our On-Site Chiropractor at Royal Caribbean in Miami, FL. He has 5 years experience in the corporate setting and has seen many pain conditions in the desk worker. Make sure to take our Ergonomics Self-Assessment below to see how your set-up is ideal in preventing pain and injuries. On-Site healthcare and… read more »

Episode 23: 5 Tips for the Tired Office Worker

Dec 27, 2016

We’ve all experienced it, haven’t we? You get to the office, start the day strong but go to lunch and come back feeling like you need to sleep for a week. This afternoon fatigue is a common complaint, and it can affect your productivity at work. To avoid it, many turn to coffee, energy drinks,… read more »

Episode 22: The Piriformis Syndrome

Dec 27, 2016

Piriformis syndrome arises when the sciatic nerve gets compressed as it passes underneath a deep muscle in your buttock called the piriformis. Your piriformis muscle attaches from the lowest part of your spine (sacrum) and travels across diagonally to your hip. The muscle primarily functions to assist in rotating the hip and turning the leg… read more »