As I write this blog post I am walking at a 7.5 incline at a comfortable pace. I decided that I can no longer sit at the computer. Yes, I do get my strength and conditioning training in with kettlebells and various body weight drills, but then I have more than 5 hours of computer work to do everyday! Between writing a book, articles, designing nutrition/training programs, and keeping up with emails, computer time for me is a lot more hours than I've ever wanted. At first, I was getting frustrated at the fact that I'd rather be moving, since most fitness people gravitate to a more active job. Second, the excessive sitting was making me more tired than usual. Since I began writing the book, I have been feeling lower back discomfort for the first time in my life. All from too much sitting! I work with people daily that have desk jobs. Unfortunately, research is beginning to show that desk jobs have much more detrimental effects than just being sedentary. Most people kno
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