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There was a study done on men in Ireland over a span of 20 years, involving 3,400 men. The study had two significant findings. First, the men who were active in middle age were three times more likely to be active in their senior years. Second, men who had played a sport for 25 years+ were five times more likely to be active in their senior years than their counterparts who didn’t play a sport.

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Bryan Feller

In the vein of “Supersize Me”, Damon Gameau becomes a human guinea-pig when he puts himself through a grueling 6 week diet consuming the equivalent of 40 teaspoons of sugar a day… the average daily amount consumed by most teenagers. The results will shock you, and hopefully, build your convictions to lower your own sugar intake.

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Bryan Feller

Last year I did a post on my first year in CrossFit, and I thought it would be helpful to do a follow-up post. I started CrossFit two years ago and had some fantastic gains in my fitness the first year. My second year was marked by even stronger gains in performance.

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Bryan Feller

Overall, I keep a pretty healthy diet, but there is still a lot of room to get better. This post is about my own personal food rules and how I have been able to stay on track. I’m not advocating that everyone subscribe to my plan; rather, I’d like to encourage you to be specific about your own plan and stick to it.

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Bryan Feller

A lot of us are going to make 2019 new year’s fitness resolutions. Sadly, research shows that only 8% of us are going to follow through. What’s even more depressing is that we now know the day when most of us will fall off the wagon with our new year’s fitness intentions: January 12th.

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Bryan Feller

In a monumental study of over 122,000 patients, the results showed that a lack of cardiovascular fitness was a key predictor of early death. The study found that the most sedentary were 500 times more likely to die early than the fittest in the study…

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Bryan Feller

I’m 50 years old this year. After a year of CrossFit, I feel like I have dialed back my biological age by five years. No exaggeration. I feel that much younger. If you are moving toward or passing middle age, I believe CrossFit can…

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Bryan Feller

We are all going to die, but we can dramatically change the way we age. Aging as we know it happens to people who are generally representative of our society—most of whom eat like eight-year-olds. If you want to see what aging well looks like, go…

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Bryan Feller