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April 2018

Your Health Commitment

by Phil Cameron

As I was talking with Angie about this month’s article in Bozeman Magazine, she told me there was a special wedding section. As it happens, I’m also getting married this April to Katy, the love of my life. I started to think about…

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February 2018

The Mind Body Connection

by Phil Cameron

The human body is full of mysteries, and everyday science works to try and solve the hidden truths that make each and every one of us unique beings. We have all at times experienced phenomenons that we can’t explain but feel within our…

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December 2017

The Long Winter’s Nap

by Phil Cameron

If I had to choose a “spirit animal,” I’m pretty sure it would be a bear. Not only do they enjoy the spring, summer and fall outside; they get to enjoy fishing, hunting, and eating huckleberries, getting fat to sleep it off…

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October 2017

How Tough is Tough?

by Phil Cameron

We live in a world that loves to portray toughness. It is an American characteristic that is celebrated by all and portrayed by our pastimes of sports, our hard-working executives, and our military! But how tough is tough, and how do we learn…

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August 2017

Skin Safety For Your Outdoor Fun

by Phil Cameron

Summer is the best time to be in Bozeman! We rarely have days so hot we are confined to air-conditioned spaces, and it’s easy to find a lot of outdoor recreation to keep us busy and active! Being outside, however, has its risks that we…

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April 2017

Fitness vs Over Training

by Phil Cameron

Your body isn’t getting any younger. That’s a good thing because if you weren’t getting any older you would have big problems. However nature and gravity are working to pull you back into the ground so you can push up the…

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February 2017

Surviving the Winter Blues

by Phil Cameron

The northwest Rocky Mountains can be a challenge to endure if you are not overly excited about winter, the snow and cold, and dark gray days.  In the mountains, we tend to see more like 6 seasons as opposed to 4. We add falter between…

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