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April 24, 2017

This latest blog is to commemorate one year since I broke my femur in a skate boarding incident. March 27th is the anniversary date of breaking my femur while visiting a friend in Hawaii. The official description would be a comminuted right intertrochanteric femur frac...

January 27, 2017

As a Fine Art Major in college with an emphasis in Painting, Drawing and the Studio Arts, Abstract Expressionist painting became my vehicle for communicating how I perceived reality. An expression abstracted from reality and transposed to a more indelible pure form. Ma...

January 3, 2017

At some point in life's journey change and departure are necessary. Often though, change and departure replace resolution.

Work is an integral part of life. Digest that understanding in order to stay on point. When confronted with thoughts of abandoning your goals, embr...

November 12, 2016

It has been a challenge to write a blog this month due to the intensity of the political climate. Individuals have been affected to the core emotionally, while others remain apathetic to the whole experience. What can you say when intensity has risen to a point of avoi...

October 9, 2016

Lifestyle;

Adjectives like healthy, unhealthy, productive, destructive, hectic, relaxed, carefree, and disciplined come to mind. Lifestyle is a way of living that extends and evolves throughout life. In the world of Health & Fitness, applying lifestyle is paramount in m...

July 6, 2016

Karma, as defined by Wikipedia "is energy of thoughts, words, & actions. Karma is the term used to describe the cycle of cause and effect. A culmination of all a person is doing, done, or will do. According to the theory of Karma, what happens to a person happens becau...

June 14, 2016

Yoga is most likely the most ancient, diverse, scientific, and well rounded form of fitness one can do. Traditional yoga incorporates three components to create a complete practice. Practice that does not include all three components would just be a simple exercise, no...

May 17, 2016

Pa - tience

1. The capacity to accept or tolerate, delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset.

 

In week 8 of recovery from a femur fracture I have begun to feel restless and decided to look up the definition of "patience". Acceptance, delay, and trouble;...

April 7, 2016

 

I went to surf and visit with an old friend on the North Shore of Oahu this past March and the second to last day of the trip I suffered a commuted femur fracture close to the head of the femur (not in picture). I had surgery on the island and came back to heal 5 days...

March 7, 2016

The body is complex and is designed to handle variety of movements. Yoga demands many if not all the joints and muscles in the body to work at optimal levels during all the asanas. This activity is referred to as "engaging in the pose", by using all the muscles in the...

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