ron’s latest videos and rants: all aspects of the Balance
Beginning part 2 of my “Big Break” story — meet my doctor Huaimin Cahill from tcmacupunctureandmassage.com — her work is a major reason why my leg isn’t broken any more.
First of a series of interviews with exceptional people who have crossed my path and shared their vision, determination, and wisdom.
José Figueroa is a Tai Chi teacher, filmmaker and writer. This interview includes a couple clips from “Shadowlords” where I play “Da Russian” — a kettlebell-wielding assassin with some hardware-induced visual impairments.
What is “the balance?” Here’s a clue on where to start your journey towards health and happiness. have a look around the site, then contact me so we can build an individualized program for you to find *your* balance. … Continue reading →
Nobody tells you how to deal with steps when you get out of the hospital after breaking your leg! Now you know. … Continue reading →
More from the “Big Break” case study – the circus comes to town! Here I’m getting my upper body strength back with rings. … Continue reading →
keto, kato, paleo, vegan… hey kids, it’s the real truth about pizza rolls Camera Gary Andresen Edit Drew Miller Video from the Prelinger Archives “Plants Make Food” … Continue reading →
this is about where I was in my recovery around 40 days after the accident. I developed these exercises with my crutches and Swiss ball to strengthen my core and work my knee… but be careful! … Continue reading →
some things don’t need to change after a serious injury…you can still figure out a way to stay in shape. here’s what I did after I broke my leg. … Continue reading →
More from the “big break” — the trail of broken crutches. Get the whole story of how I healed my own broken leg without surgery here. … Continue reading →
making a 2-minutes-a-day habit of this simple zen meditation exercise will – inadvertently – increase calmness in your life. it’s a clean, basic, simple approach to clearing out all the clutter in your mind. watch now, grasshopper… Camera Gary Andresen … Continue reading →