Tag Archives: movement

“Hanging” with Bert Betterman

By | September 29, 2014

I know, how lucky are you, right?! You’re actually luckier than you even thought because we’re talking about actually hanging (though you don’t get to spend any time with Mr. Betterman). That’s right, we’re going back to some of our evolutionary roots, from the primates that preceded us all the way to TV heroes like… Read More »

Bert Betterman Optimizes the Office

By | March 8, 2014

It took me a while to figure out how biologically stressful my job was. As I’ve said before, working for an investment company with a roof over my head to keep me out of the elements and away from “back-breaking” labor seemed to be a much better option than building, digging, and carrying things. And… Read More »

Deadlifts, Squats, & Gluteal Amnesia

By | January 26, 2014

Contrary to the variety of images the title might elicit, this post isn’t about muscle-heads, restroom breaks, or posterior-focused psychologists. But it is about reviving a long-forgotten set of muscles that, much like the Whirlpool repairman, is far too often stuck sitting on the bench in the modern game of life. That’s right, we’re talking… Read More »