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What is your story?

During the past ten years, there are two experiences that have defined my research and practice.  One was investigating the role of mythology with citizens of Juarez, Mexico over a two-year period during the height of the Drug War in 2011.  Juarez at the time was deemed the Murder Capital of the World, averaging more …

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Shakshuka! Did you say veggies for breakfast?

Shakshuka is a delicious and savory way to start the day with some veggies and protein. And it takes one pan. Easy! One of my favorite restaurants in NYC is a place called Balaboosta. Chef Einat Admony’s Shakshuka (pictured here) is delicious (and goes really well with their delicious Bloody Marys). This is a slight …

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Diversifying Your Movement Portfolio

Cross-posted from HaroldGibbons.com We’re going to talk about movement.  Before we get to that, let’s talk about identity.  In a past life, I completely identified as a powerlifter.  Three years ago, I was wholly interested in my squat, bench press, and deadlift.  That was it. Today, I’m far more interested in the lines that I …