September 16, 2020
2020

The Myth That 2020 was a Bad Year

There is a conclusion that nearly all the media is asking us to make, namely that 2020 was a bad […]
September 8, 2020
Threshold Stories Around Current Events, Thought Leadership, and Health

Threshold Stories Around Current Events, Thought Leadership, and Health

Current events and their connections to the old and new testament. In this episode, Alex Adkins and Jeff Gaura have […]
August 27, 2020
Bike 2020

A Bike Race in 2020. Who would have guessed?

When others around you have allowed their hopes and plan to be taken from them, there is a choice.  You can allow yours to be taken also or you can resist and make new plans to accommodate your circumstance. 
July 20, 2020
Our Scenic Cycling Journey on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Our Scenic Cycling Journey on the Blue Ridge Parkway

I heard this phrase from one of the nurses while I was there, and it seemed to make sense as a mantra to take me from the trauma ward to the athletic arena. Let go of thoughts that don’t make you strong.
July 14, 2020
amy dixon

Threshold Stories of Amy Dixon

No sights, no limits. Our guest today on Threshold Stories is Amy Dixon.  Amy is a visually impaired professional triathlete […]
July 6, 2020
From the Hospital to the Blue Ridge Parkway

From the Hospital to the Blue Ridge Parkway

I heard this phrase from one of the nurses while I was there, and it seemed to make sense as a mantra to take me from the trauma ward to the athletic arena. Let go of thoughts that don’t make you strong.
June 19, 2020
Keto

A Courageous look at Keto

Somewhere at the start of the last decade, Keto diets (low carb high fat or LCHF) became a mainstream nutrition strategy. Books like the ones in the graphics below were published, and there was an abundance of cookbooks on the topic, all of them laced with comments that yelled, “this is working for me.” From a scientific perspective, this sort of fast acceptance was an anomaly, as there was no new research on the topic associated with their claims. Historically, either new research or new translations of research generate this sort of activity and interest. Not this time, and I really wanted to know why.
May 21, 2020
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The Unspoken Hypocrisy Within Our COVID Response

From the perspective of a healthy person and a former business owner, I have concluded that COVID has influenced our […]
May 6, 2020

Impact of COVID-19 in Nepal

This post is an attempt to share with folks in the “Civilized West,” how much more of an impact Corona […]