New Mercury Study – The Lies They Tell

An article published yesterday titled “Childhood: New Research on Autism and Mercury” in the New York Times that Alicia brought to my attention. You can see the actual report they refer to here.

The article start of by saying “Many parents worry about a possible link between autism and mercury exposure. But most research dismisses those fears as groundless, and a new study says autistic children actually have lower blood levels of mercury than children who are developing normally.”

This should sound warning sounds as soon as they mention they tested level through measuring blood levels. Even “Quackwatch” states “Mercury is excreted by the kidneys, which filter the blood. The mercury levels of blood are lower than those of urine and therefore more difficult to detect. For this reason, blood testing for mercury is not commonly done. Even at high levels of mercury exposure, industrial workers show blood concentrations in the parts-per-billion range, typically less than 5 parts per billion. These are close to the limits of detection. In this range, the amounts are too small to identify the type of mercury or its source.”.

This study was designed to falsify the facts and to dismiss the claims about the link between mercury and many neurological disorders including the one shown in the video in the previous post. Don’t forget about the 1976 swine flu pandemic where more people died from the vaccine than the actual swine flu.

I also think it’s very interesting timing for the release of the so called study as there has been so much resistance against the H1N1 (Swine Flu) vaccine by the public and one of the big concerns is the fact that the vaccine contains Thimerosal (mercury).

This just demonstrates the extent they will go to, but the question the needs to be asked is why? Why are the so insistent in people getting the flu shots? We know there is no pandemic, so why are they pushing this so much?

The CDC refuses to release data on the cases reported and they lie about the number of cases and the number of deaths (see video below). You have to ask yourself what is their agenda?

(hope the video below works as YouTube has been censoring this video and many others on this subject)

More on Vaccines

This one is for you Monado….. people need to educate themselves before trusting the establishment with the lives.

By coachrouse

You Think Vaccines Are Safe

Think again…. the shocking truth of the matter is that almost all vaccines don’t even work.

You continue to see these (paid) experts come on TV saying how they are based on good science and have been proven effective….. so where is the science and where is the proof that they speak of….. there isn’t any.

Where are the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies proving flu vaccines are both safe and effective? There are none.

Where is the “science” that proves vaccines to be safe and effective? Only studies that have been funded by the manufactures show any results. These studies have been debunked by the scientific community.

Here is something to think about…. If the flu vaccine really works, then why was there no huge increase in flu death rates in 2004, the year when flu vaccines were in short supply and vaccination rates dropped by 40%?

Check out the video below to see the truth…

By coachrouse

In the Age of the Quarrel Kettlebell Seminar

This past weekend saw some of the best in the world in kettlebell training gather to share their experience. With a full house of participants from all over the world including Panama, Costa Rica, and even as far as the Channel Islands (UK).

The presenters included Mike Mahler, Steve Cotter, Jason Dolby, Andrew Durniat and  Ken Blackburn. They brought a vast amount of experience to to the seminar and without doubt this was one of the best seminars I had been to on the topics presented.

They took kettlebell technique to the next level, forget what you think you know about kettlebell training, unless you have seen these guys you are behind this times with optimizing lifting technique.

Here is some of the stuff that was covered:

  • The Kettlebell Competition lift and the benefits of each lift
  • How to find the appropriate one arm rack position for different body types
  • In the rack should your palm facing be facing your chest or should it face away from your chest? Find out which one is a fit for you at the course. This one makes a big difference in performance and efficiency
  • How to find a cadence so you can make every rep perfect and every rep explosive.
  • What the stacked rack is and when to use it to ramp up work capacity and structural integrity
  • Setting up a sensible, workable program using kettlebell sport as a template
  • Defining a goal and setting up a process for achievement
  • A Talk about psychology of speed–the Think Fast Method (TM)
  • Auxiliary drills to improve kettlebell competition lifts.
  • How to incorporate competition lifts and timed sets into sport specific training (powerlifting, strongman, martial arts)
  • The benefits of timed sets and the pros and cons of ten minute sets (marathon sets) vs. three minute sets (sprint sets). Which one is a fit for you based on your training goals
  • The benefits of pressing for time
  • Mastering the clean and press (one-arm and doubles)
  • The benefits of kettlebell juggling for eye-hand coordination, combative striking, and as warm-ups and cool downs.
  • What to do to keep kettlebell training fun, engaging, and effective
  • Power kettlebell training: How to work up to heavier kettlebells for power and strength.
  • One-arm double KB work for serious strength and power (using two kettlebells in one hand for presses, jerks, snatches, push presses)
  • Kettlebell training for fitness vs. kettlebell training for sport.
  • The benefits of chair pressing and how to pace yourself to work up to high reps with bells that you can only press a few times now
  • The benefits of heavy one-arm and double KB work for a variety of goals
  • The benefits of Double, Triple and Quadruple KB lifts aka Stacking Lifts
  • The benefits of bottom up kettlebell work (double bottom up cleans, double bottom up press, single bottom up press, walking lunges in the bottom up clean position, bottom up Turkish get-ups).
  • The benefits of the no-arm kettlebell Turkish get-up and how to work up to it.
  • The benefits of the sots press and its variations (double sots press, alternating sots press, one-arm double bell sots presses)
  • The one legged squat and variations for serious leg strength and power
  • The connection between flexibility and strength with emphasis on the hips, shoulders, and spine.
  • The psychology of strength & flexibility
  • How to use kettlebell to develop tremendous explosive power.
  • Double KB + Plyo Box Jump Variations
  • Variations on the Double Swing and Double Snatch and how to work up to these advanced exercises with heavier bells.
  • When to relax and when to apply tension to improve kettlebell pressing

Check out the video of snippets of the seminar

Fortunately Mike had the insight to record the seminar and this will be avaliable soon from his website Mahler’s Aggressive Strength

By coachrouse

Digestion – The Foundation of Health

It is an unfortunate fact that clients and patients that we are seeing today are in a worst state health than what we may have been seeing ten years ago (for those who can remember that far back).


They are being misled by an establishment whose sole interest is financial rather than the health of the people that they are meant to represent, but I won’t go off on a tangent discussing that issue.

There is an old saying “death begins in the colon”, in fact this should really be the digestive system but I guess it just doesn’t have the same ring to it. The digestive system is where we should start looking at our clients and patients state of health.

Read More…..


By coachrouse

What is the Paleo Diet

Paleo refers to paleolithic period which in turns refers to the period of 2.5M to 10,000 BC. This can be further sub-devided into three periods.

1. Lower Paleolithic Period (2.5M – 100,000BC)

2. Middle Paleolithic Period (300,000 – 30,000BC)

3. Upper Paleolithic Period (40,000 – 10,000BC)

(Note the overlap of periods as this varies depending upon the region)

So from here we need to distinguish which period is being referred to by the followers of the Paleo Diet. Generally the authors refer to the period prior of 10,000 years ago which would have it full under the upper Paleolithic period but may cross over into the middle Paleolithic period.

The authors would have you believe that there only one Paleolithic type diet which defies common logic. The world at this time was separated by vast oceans and impassable terrain. This created a division that can still be physically seen today. Asians, Middle Eastern, African, etc. all have distinct physical and biochemical differences.

These physical and biochemical differences were created by the distinct differences in the environment, which also meant distinct differences in the food available. All you need to do is look at anthropological records and you will soon see how different these diets were from different regions of the world. This can still be seen today in some isolated parts of the world.

paleo

Now you need to also take into consideration our genetics. Most of us are of a mixed genetic pool where we may have a vast ancestry lines unlike the Paleolithic period where your genetic pool would have been limited to the region in which you lived.

Another concern needs to be the quality of food available today. Areas that once relied heavily on the ocean for their food needs to take great care due to the level of contamination in the world’s oceans. We no longer live in the same world that we did 100,000 years ago.

This is where metabolic typing comes in. Metabolic typing allows you determine your individual biochemical make up and identifies the types of food to match your genetic profile.