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Good morning Trinity family, and welcome to another wonderful week. I say that because studies have finally been published on something I've been talking about forever, which is hyperthermic therapy, aka heat therapy. Let me start out with a little story. So about a year ago I was listening to the JRE podcast (if you don't listen, you should), and Dr. Rhonda Patrick was the guest. Now Dr. Patrick is an incredible scientist, and a very smart person, who speaks at about 1000 miles an hour. While trying to keep up, I honed in on her mention of how sauna...

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Today it snowed in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area). The days are getting shorter and the need for warm hats are on the rise. Let’s talk really quickly about how people may notice that they’re feeling more “low” during this time of year, and how people that have never struggled with mental illness may begin to experience symptoms. You may be someone who suffers from seasonal depressive disorder. Science is still really unclear on this disorder, but it seems to be from a lack of sunlight and a shift in circadian rhythm. From my own anecdotal evidence, I tend to...

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I believe that Monday sets up your week. For example, if your Monday is REALLY stressful, you may be more inclined to have a stormy week ahead. That, however, doesn’t guarantee a bad week! I believe that if you treat Monday as the starting point, everything you need to finish in a week can be achieved from that.   So, if you do have that really stressful Monday morning, think of it like the starting gun going off at a race. Once the gun fires, you misstep and your start is a little slow. Are you going to give up...

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Let’s talk about motivation and drive.People ALWAYS ask me how I’m so motivated. It’s more family and/or people that meet me and find out what I’m doing. “You workout that much?” “You started a business?” Etc. And then the question comes. “How are you so motivated?” Here’s the thing; I’m not.I’m not motivated. I don’t have “motivation” I do the things I do. I do them because I want to accomplish something in my life. I want to have a physique that I’m proud of. I want to help people. I want to leave the world a slightly better place...

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It's a beautiful morning in Canada. AKA it's October and it's not 0 degrees yet, making it a beautiful day.  Today, I want to talk about the effects of exercise on mental health, and how implementing exercise can be incredibly beneficial to you.  For me, exercise has changed my life. From beginning in bodybuilding, transitioning to powerlifting, jiujitsu and judo, and even implementing hot yoga as of late, I has so much better of a mindset day in, and day out. I thought this was completely anecdotal, meaning I thought it was only my personal experience, but as it turns...

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