Category Archives: Athletic performance

After Oprah, not much news about Lance these days

About four weeks ago, I posted a blog about Lance Armstrong shortly after his tell-all interview with Oprah. At that time, I announced that I had forgiven Lance and would give him the benefit of the doubt as he moved … Continue reading

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What will Lance do now? Although disgraced at the moment…

Like President Clinton, he is a winner and he will return. So why did Lance choose to come forward now? Many are saying that he did it for selfish reasons—just so he could participate in sanctioned races. But I think … Continue reading

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A tale of two diet-styles; choose the one that’s right for you.

And you won’t need to consult with your physician to decide. Since Robert Atkins got rich telling people how to lose weight by reinforcing their bad habits several decades ago, there has been a steady stream of those kinds of … Continue reading

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A case for fitness—to ward off “lengthening morbidity”

In God We Trust—All Others Must Bring Data There has been a sign in my office with that phrase for the past thirty years. Having been trained as an industrial engineer, I have always had an appreciation for numbers. If … Continue reading

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Serena leads a great day for plant-powered athletes.

Two NFL performances complement her stunning U.S. Open win. Outstanding athletes who eat nothing but plant-based foods are beginning to demonstrate the superiority of the diet-style where it matters most—at the highest level of professional sports. Of the three great … Continue reading

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Poetry, quantum physics, vegan diet—and the NFL?

Not your typical stereotype of a professional football player Appearing on CBS This Morning (9-5-12) was the “NFL’s Most Interesting Man,”Arian Foster of the Houston Texans. Not drafted after playing for the University of Tennessee, Arian thought at first that … Continue reading

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Olympic champions harnessing plant-based power

Paavo Nurmi, Edwin Moses, Carl Lewis and now—Lizzie Armistead As reported earlier this year, the current welterweight champion of the world (Timothy Bradley) is a vegan as is ten-time all-pro tight end of the Atlanta Falcons, Tony Gonzalez. And over … Continue reading

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