Gary V. Koyen
February 10, 2018

INTRODUCTION Physical strength is a cornerstone of the Cruxpoint Health Breakthrough model. Well over half of American adults are soft, over-weight, or frail. Most are all three by age 60. Entering the senior years soft, over-weight, and frail is one of the most powerful ingredients in the recipe for premature disease, disability, and death. If […]

Mark Saunders
February 9, 2018

I’m Stuck! Now What Do I Do? Thursday, February 22   6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Presenter: Dr. Gary Koyen, Ph.D. Description On average, our material abundance as a country increases every decade. We are more materially secure than ever. But oddly, as this material well-being has increased, we’ve seen an increase in numbers of people who […]

Gary V. Koyen
February 5, 2018

Please take time to complete the Cruxpoint Agency Scale before reading   Agency Agency is God’s gift to us as human beings. We often speak of it as free will. Agency is the ability to imagine, think, choose, decide, and act. When we are accomplished at exercising agency, we have the ability to do these […]

Gary V. Koyen
February 4, 2018

Let us assume you have a chronic condition—due to prior injury or insult, or deterioration—that produces chronic pain. You are not healing up, and it’s not really getting better. It significantly affects your mobility, the activities that you can engage in, and the quality of your life. It could be an injured joint, a deteriorated […]

Gary V. Koyen
January 26, 2018

 The number one driver of chronic, preventable illness in our modern Western world is our failure to master the tension between yielding to Pleasure and building Happiness.  INTRODUCTION The number one driver of chronic, preventable illness in our modern Western world is our failure to master the tension between yielding to (or pursuing) Pleasure and […]

Gary V. Koyen
January 10, 2018

Most of human existence has been a desperate condition. Hobbes described life as a human: “and which is worst of all, continuall feare, and danger of violent death; And the life of man, solitary, poore, nasty, brutish, and short.” Few lived to see age 35, and all were subject to fear, disease, infections, viruses, famine, […]

Gary V. Koyen
December 20, 2017

  Is it possible to deliberately and successfully transform the content and quality of your life? Yes, it is, and the key is to take full responsibility for doing so. To decide and commit. Most Americans live with significant health conditions, diseases, or disabilities, and most live lives that are far removed from what’s possible […]

Mark Saunders
November 27, 2017

  The holiday season doesn’t have to be disastrous to your health! Arm yourself with these strategies to navigate the holidays with all the joy and none of the weight gain. You’ll enter the New Year ready to move forward in health and life without those extra 5-10 pounds weighing you down.   Restaurants during […]

Gary V. Koyen
September 21, 2017

Most of what we call our healthcare system is actually a repair shop. Call it a body shop. People get broken and they come to get repaired. They go through a series of tests (X-rays, scans, labs, and other assorted assessments). They get fixed with pills (pharmaceuticals), poisons (chemotherapy, radiation, antibiotics, etc.), and procedures (surgeries, […]