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Jeff Kennington Weight-Loss Story

Meet Jeff, a dedicated RxFIT athlete who works out every morning at the Draper location. He wasn’t always into fitness, however. Before I share with you his story (in his words), I want to first show you some pictures. What’s interesting about Jeff, however, is that he started to quickly put the weight back on […]

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Enduring Principles: Sleep

This week I’m writing a few of health’s principles. A principle is an enduring truth; something that was true 100 years ago, that still applies today, and will be both true and applicable in 100 years from now. On the farm, you have the law of the harvest: I must prepare the ground, put in […]

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Enduring Principles

“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” -Abraham Lincoln This week I’ll be writing about the laws of the farm–specifically, enduring principles related to sleep, nutrition, exercise, mindset, and relationships that will make you healthier. These principles, if implemented, will sharpen your axe. […]

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Together Is Better

I had a mentor growing up that would often say, “It’s no fun being rich if your friends are poor.” We would meet together often when I was growing up, sometimes working out together on Saturday mornings during my offseasons. At the time, comments about his wealth were just words to me in another conversation. […]

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Veterans Day

Today is Veteran’s Day, the day that commemorates the 103rd-year anniversary of the end of World War I. The holiday honors American veterans and victims of all wars. At RxFIT, we choose to be politically neutral. But it’s no secret that we love this country as we hang American and military flags in all of […]

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What is Health?

Health is fitness perpetuated with those you love. Yesterday I talked about the definition of fitness: work capacity across broad time and modal domains. Today I wanted to show a graphical representation of one’s fitness, and then graph it across a lifetime thus showing one’s health. Below you will see a graph with power on […]

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What is Fitness

The Kinematic Theory of Health states that anything you do that advances your work capacity in any activity, will make you healthier. It’s an interesting (and a little bit confusing) assertion, but a fascinating one nonetheless. It stands in stark contrast against the medical world’s use of blood pressure, weight, resting heart rate, a1C, triglyceride […]

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What is Fitness?

What even is fitness? And who is fit? Of the three olympic runners below, who would you say is the fittest? It’s really actually a peculiar question. Is it based on what you’re capable of doing or how your body looks? Or is fitness whatever you want to look like/be able to do? These three […]

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How Vietnam War Veterans Broke Their Heroin Addictions

In 1971, as the Vietnam War was heading into its sixteenth year, the American public became aware of a serious drug addiction among its troops. It was found that 35 percent of service members in Vietnam had tried heroin and as many as 20 percent were addicted. The discovery led to the creation of the […]

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How to Break a Bad Habit and Replace It With a Good One

Bad habits interrupt your life and prevent you from accomplishing your goals. They jeopardize your health — both mentally and physically. And they waste your time and energy. So why do we still do them? And most importantly, is there anything you can do about it? I’ve previously written about the science of how habits start, […]

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