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Recently I have been doing a self experiment of sorts called Neurofeedback. It has been interesting to say the least I have a long history of head trauma, for years I have struggled with memory, focus and organization. The first week was really rough I actually went backwards in my sleep but I stuck with it I am starting to improve.  My sleep is now the best it has been in years and I have noticed some pretty impressive changes day to day.  I will be doing a Podcast in the near future about my experience and I am excited to see how I continue to improve over time.

This an excellent podcast by Robb Wolf .  Robb interviews Dr. Byran Walsh the topic is a controversial one "Adrenal Fatigue"  I highly recommend this interview it's excellent.

Another cool thing on Robb's site.  I made the best of list which is pretty cool.  It's an interview I did several years ago I think you will enjoy it.

One thing I'm always looking for is simple tips and tricks to get people in a better position this is an excellent post by Cressey Performance on how to improve the push up.

Until next time



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