Muscle Soreness Vs. Muscle Fatigue

It was the summer of 1996.

Jay-Z’s first album, Reasonable Doubt, had just been released, Michael Jordan had just won his fourth NBA championship, and Bill Clinton still knew the definition of the word “is.”

Image result for Eden Roc MiamiI was ten years old and my family headed to Miami Beach’s Eden Roc resort for one of my father’s biennial conferences for the Cuban American Medical Association.

For him this meant 3 days of lectures, meetings and glitzy dinners; for my sister and I this meant 3 days of unadulterated “fun in the sun.”

We’d get up early and hit the buffet around 8 or 9 am, then spend the rest of the day at the beach and the pool,  playing games and horsing around with the many friends we had made with the other doctors’ kids.

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Tips For Healthy Shoulders

For those of you that don’t know, I injured my right shoulder pretty badly a few months ago.

I was playing basketball and ran blindly into a screen at about 75% of my full speed.

I sustained a Grade 2 sprain of the AC joint and did not regain full mobility in my shoulder for almostĀ 3 months.

While I still feel a little discomfort, I am back to training at 100% and feel great.

That brings me to the topic of this post.

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White Vs. Brown

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People are funny.

We’ll rationalize any and everything so as to justify our behavior.

Take, for instance, our lifestyle and dietary choices:

I have clients that smoke.

I have clients that drink a bit too much, quite a bit too often.

I have clients that eat fried foods on a regular basis.

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My Current Diet And Supplement Routine

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Most of the questions I get at the gym from clients and curious bros in the locker room pertain to my diet and supplement routine.

Therefore, rather than repeat myself on a daily basis, I decided I would tackle those questions with a post, and kill two birds with one stone.

Before I begin, please keep in mind that this isn’t particularly a “fat loss” diet.

I’m pretty satisfied with my current body fat level, and I eat more for maintenance and performance now.

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