WORKING OUT THE BACK


This was a spectacular week for me. First, September turned to October. The October edition of Alive Magazine has an article written by yours truly. I rushed out a picked up a copy. It’s a light-headed look at back pain and how you can prevent it.  It shows that undeniable relationship between back pain and tooth brushes. It features a fitness model doing ball exercises

Oddly, the model did the exercises precisely as I described the in the article.  

Then I received another assignment from Alive Magazine to write some pithy comments about the upcoming Olympics. I started writing that already, which means I have no time to write smart remarks about fitness, employment, or life in general this week.

If you are in Canada, you can grab my 1500 word piece by stopping by their boutique health food and grocery stores from coast to coast to coast. Feel free to add it to your collection.  Everyone else  can see it at this link: http://www.alive.com/articles/view/23943/work_out_your_back .

I’ll be back.

Mike Broderick , a one- time archaeologist, is a Vocational Rehabilitation Counsellor with the Fraser Health Authority in Port Coquitlam where he helps people with mental health disabilities find and keep full or part time employment .

He WAS the Employment Specialist for the Neil Squire Society in Burnaby where he found employment for people with physical disabilities, A Supported Employment Coordinator at THEO BC (now the Open Door Group), and a case manager at Community Fisheries Development Centre where he helped people move from the fishing industry to something else because there, “Aint no fish.” This means he is VERY familiar with how a modern day resume should look.

He is an active ambassador with the Vancouver Board of Trade and a member of the Labour Task Force of the Burnaby Board of Trade He does some work as a field Archaeologist, is a fitness instructor and frequent contributor of fitness humour articles to Alive Magazine. He is always saying, “If you can’t be fit, you can at least be funny.”

He lives in Port Coquitlam with his spouse Cecelia. You can reach him at home at michael_broderick@telus.net or at 604-464-4105. If you’re looking for a career change, he is the Spin Doctor and can give you a resume makeover at competitive rates.

 

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