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Whole9 guest post by Coach Rut, who has over a quarter century of fitness coaching experience and holds academic degrees in biology and physical education, and Master’s degrees in exercise physiology and sports biomechanics. If you read the reports and the statistics, most people aren’t really getting more fit […] Continue Reading ->
A Whole9 guest post by Kate Galliett, creator of Fit for Real Life and The Unbreakable Body, an online strength and mobility program If you want to create a habit change in your life that sticks, one crucial element is the belief that you can do it.  But […] Continue Reading ->
A Whole9 guest post by Emily Deans M.D., a board certified psychiatrist with a practice in Massachusetts who teaches psychiatry at Harvard Medical School One of the reasons mental health problems can be so difficult and debilitating is that they tend to start when someone is quite young. […] Continue Reading ->
A Whole9 guest post by James Murphy, amateur-adventurer and curious thinker, currently living in New Zealand. It’s impossible to talk about health without discussing movement and the increasingly common sedentary behaviour of our species.  Most of us are not really moving a whole lot during the day. How […] Continue Reading ->
A Whole9 guest post by Peter Hirsh, a nationally certified personal trainer and kettlebell instructor who has been teaching and training with kettlebells for over ten years Most people like to get their heart rate up when they exercise, and doing so brings about tremendous benefits. In many […] Continue Reading ->
Whole9 guest post by Coach Rut, who has over a quarter century of fitness coaching experience and holds academic degrees in biology and physical education, and Master’s degrees in exercise physiology and sports biomechanics. Today I would like to put you in a box. As a fitness coach, I […] Continue Reading ->
by Melissa Hartwig, co-founder of Whole9 and a recent survivor of The Whole30 book t0ur Earlier this week in Part 1,  I talked about the irony of making myself less healthy while on the Whole30 book tour, promoting our healthy eating plan. Happily, however, I learned from my first experience […] Continue Reading ->
Whole9 guest post by Hala Saleh, an entrepreneur who changed her life by starting with the food on her plate… and then continued experiencing the benefits of lifestyle improvement with our 9 factors. In the summer of 2011, I had my second child. As with my first bundle […] Continue Reading ->
 by Melissa Hartwig,  co-founder of Whole9 and recent survivor of The Whole30 Book Tour The Whole30 Book Tour has come to a close. WHEW. Duration: April 20 – May 26 Cities: 14 (New York twice) Flights: 20 Interviews: 31 Books Signed: >3,000 By any estimation, the tour was a […] Continue Reading ->

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