Living Is Not Pain Free - Dr. Kaleb Redden
Living is not mediocre, it's not doing the bare minimum, it's not keeping the training wheels on and never red lining it.
You live when you get an adrenaline rush, when you press on the gas, when you're truly IN the moment and when you're in a state of zen from being truly lost in your element.
Dr. Kaleb Redden is a sports medicine physician and one of the doctors who facilitated Michael Johansson's speedy shoulder repair.
You can really feel the energy from a guy like Kaleb or Dr. Curtin. You just know they are good people. - Kris Gethin
The doctors we encountered on the Boise excursion are living their passion and purpose and have found that athletes and people who train and live life are quicker to heal because of their positive outlook on any situation. These kinds of people attract the best from their own recovery capabilities because they want to get back to living to the fullest.
When I hit the dirt, I want to know I gave it my all, that I'm all used up and I truly lived my life. I don't think life is meant to be lived pain free. You will sustain some bumps bruises and injuries. Life is about living and in doing so enjoying the ride is important.
Dr. Redden is also a huge advocate to the benefits of weight lifting for mental health and also the physiological advantages such as bone density and muscle and connective tissue integrity.