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Bill

Mason, Ohio
Bio: My original area of interest was researching the relationship between mental health and exercise.  Additionally, my interest has grown to include how our environments affect both or physical and mental health. After several years of professional sales I decided to pursue a Masters... Full Bio
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New Location Update 09/25/2010 by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health MGB New Location Just a brief update on the new location. First, a huge thanks to everyone who has dropped by to help, ask how we are doing, and most importantly off ... Read on »
Exercise Motivation Refresher by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure. Colin Powell Being successful in strength training is n ... Read on »
MGB Relocating by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health MGB – Move Update – It’s about Everyone!! MGB is entering into its sixth year of operation – time has certainly flown by.  We have tried some things that have ... Read on »
Keep Climbing by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health                                     Why do I continue to operate MGB Strength Club? Honestly, I ask this question to myself much more than most people realize.  Aftera ... Read on »
Wellness Programming - Is it New? by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Wellness Programming – Is it really all that new!! There has been a lot of news about Corporate Wellness programs in various media’s recently.  It almost seems that “W ... Read on »
Visit to the Zoo - Exercise or Physical Activity by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health                Over the years I have been to the Cincinnati Zoo many times.  I really enjoy the Cincinnati Zoo, especially the Festival of Lights. More than once ... Read on »
Exercise Seasons by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Exercise and Fitness Seasons: Exercise Seasons – Is it possible for “exercise” to have seasons.  After years of being in and around the gym I believe yes.  Below is m ... Read on »
Obesity in the Workplace by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Obesity has drawn significant attention from medical groups and the media in the past; it appears that once again this issue is generating a lot of attention in the media. ... Read on »
Management Theories of Motivation and the Dimensions of Wellness by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health I often write about the Dimensions of Wellness (Physical, Emotional, Spiritual, Intellectual, Environmental and Social) as I believe these dimensions are the cornerstones ... Read on »
The Fitness / Wellness Continuum by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health At any time in our life we will find ourselves somewhere on the Fitness / Wellness Continuum.  For many, traveling right to left on the continuum is a common path.  Bu ... Read on »
Work Site Fitness Programs by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Congratulations!  to all of those people who are participating in their company sponsored fitness programs.  I think it is great, and I encourage you to commit yourself to ... Read on »
January 2010 - Muscle of the Month - Biceps Brachii Muscle by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health   The biceps brachii muscle is located in the upper arm.  It originates in the shoulder area and inserts just below the elbow.  It functions to rotate the forearm and fle ... Read on »
Happy New Year !!!! by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health                               OK, all of the celebrations should be wrapping up and many of us are finalizing our New Year Resolutions.  Obviously, getting into shape ... Read on »
A Big Thanks and some Gym Talk by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health First I would like to thank everyone for ther emails, questions, support and visiting my site.  I just exceed 4000 entry views.  It is very gratifying for me to realize that ... Read on »
Skating in Cincinnati by Bill Posted in: General Discussion in Skating/blading Hello, If your an inline skater you might be interested in knowing that there is an inline speed team that practices out of Skatetown USA Skating Center in West Chester, ... Read on »
I Touch by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health I Touch Technology I have begrudgingly (nice word for me huh?) given in to the advances of technology.  I recently upgraded my Ipod to the I Touch.  I loved my Ipod.  ... Read on »
Spotting by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Spotting   What are you going to do if someone asks you to spot them? Spotting is a big responsibility.  While spotting you are responsible for assisting someone and al ... Read on »
Exercise and Generalized by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Exercise  Exercise and Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Not many people know that my interest in exercise originated when I began investigating how exercise affects mental states, prima ... Read on »
The Phases of the Lift by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Preparing for the Exercise One of the most common mistakes I have seen in the gym is people simply not being prepared for the exercise.  They might go into it talking to ... Read on »
Work Environment and Depression by Bill Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A Call to Management – The Work Environment – Can it Contribute to Depression? In a report published by the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (April 2009 ... Read on »