Overlapping images of various clock faces
12/05/2017
Science and Prizes Earlier this year the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine was awarded to Michael Rosbash, Jeffrey Hall, and Michael Young, for their discoveries relating to circadian rhythms... read more
Woman in workout clothes demonstrating proper technique for a squat
11/17/2017
Hip Check Interested in continued mobility? Would you like to improve your odds of surviving an increasingly likely fall? Let me make my case for you regarding the overwhelming importance... read more
Man in business suit asleep in cubicle with sleep mask.
11/10/2017
Uncontrollably Awake? by Theresa Fisher | Van Winkle's Just like obesity, suicide, Zika, loneliness, road rage, opioid addiction, manspreading, peanut... read more
Tape measure wrapped around fork of lettuce
11/02/2017
As health-seekers strategize their diet and fitness approach for the approaching holiday gluttony season, there are a few simple but key considerations that can make all the difference between a... read more
Personal trainer overseeing woman doing situps
10/28/2017
You’ve committed to making this a pivotal shift and have formulated and begun the perfect wellness program. Congratulations! Now let’s get real about the most important additional... read more
Comic image of woman stretching in the grass with look of agony.
10/19/2017
Ohm or Ouch? When I meet someone who is new to yoga and they learn that I am a teacher, they always say the same thing: "I went to a yoga class and it was really hard." While it's encouraging that... read more
newborn baby tightly wrapped in swaddling blanket
10/11/2017
by Theresa Fisher | Van Winkle's A blanket became internet famous. The blanket in question is the 20-pound, Kickstarter-funded, $279 "Gravity" blanket. Per its Kickstarter campaign, which... read more
Runner on snowy winter road with arms outstretched
10/05/2017
You have a very good idea in your mind of what exercise is. It’s not rocket science, as they say, but it can be analyzed on such a level, if that floats your boat. But let’s keep it simple. For... read more
Annoyed cat wearing paper crown and ribbons.
09/28/2017
Royal Pain Perhaps the most questionable convention in yoga practice is the assertion that headstand and shoulderstand are the “king and queen of asana.”  Deeply rooted in classical... read more

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Overlapping images of various clock faces
12/05/2017
Science and Prizes Earlier this year the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine was awarded to Michael Rosbash, Jeffrey Hall, and Michael Young, for their discoveries relating to circadian rhythms... read more
Woman in workout clothes demonstrating proper technique for a squat
11/17/2017
Hip Check Interested in continued mobility? Would you like to improve your odds of surviving an increasingly likely fall? Let me make my case for you regarding the overwhelming importance... read more
Man in business suit asleep in cubicle with sleep mask.
11/10/2017
Uncontrollably Awake? by Theresa Fisher | Van Winkle's Just like obesity, suicide, Zika, loneliness, road rage, opioid addiction, manspreading, peanut... read more
Tape measure wrapped around fork of lettuce
11/02/2017
As health-seekers strategize their diet and fitness approach for the approaching holiday gluttony season, there are a few simple but key considerations that can make all the difference between a... read more
Personal trainer overseeing woman doing situps
10/28/2017
You’ve committed to making this a pivotal shift and have formulated and begun the perfect wellness program. Congratulations! Now let’s get real about the most important additional... read more
Comic image of woman stretching in the grass with look of agony.
10/19/2017
Ohm or Ouch? When I meet someone who is new to yoga and they learn that I am a teacher, they always say the same thing: "I went to a yoga class and it was really hard." While it's encouraging that... read more
newborn baby tightly wrapped in swaddling blanket
10/11/2017
by Theresa Fisher | Van Winkle's A blanket became internet famous. The blanket in question is the 20-pound, Kickstarter-funded, $279 "Gravity" blanket. Per its Kickstarter campaign, which... read more
Runner on snowy winter road with arms outstretched
10/05/2017
You have a very good idea in your mind of what exercise is. It’s not rocket science, as they say, but it can be analyzed on such a level, if that floats your boat. But let’s keep it simple. For... read more
Annoyed cat wearing paper crown and ribbons.
09/28/2017
Royal Pain Perhaps the most questionable convention in yoga practice is the assertion that headstand and shoulderstand are the “king and queen of asana.”  Deeply rooted in classical... read more

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Eduardo Urbina learns that each boulder is a problem to be solved.
11/11/2014
Boulder climbing lets you challenge yourself, enjoy the camaraderie of friends and experience the wonders of nature. 
11/11/2014
Daniel Fitz, Eduardo Urbina and Ennio Almandoz talk about what drew them to the small town of Amatlán, Mexico.
11/11/2014
Climber Eduardo Urbina explains how climbing boulders is about being completely present in the here and now.
11/11/2014
In the stunning cave climbing zone known as El Chonta, 30 km from Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico, climber Eduardo Urbina plans his ascent of the cliff face of La Bocina.