Sunday, October 5, 2014

PrimalCon Oxnard 2014 Recap

Time is the most valuable thing we have, and I prefer to spend mine moving! I know that I said that I was going to write a recap of my experience at PrimalCon in Oxnard, CA, but I always try to save time where I can. Rather than reinvent the wheel, I am going to share the beautifully written post from Mark's Daily Apple. Here it is for your reading pleasure! I still plan to blog at least once per week and will be sharing new information for you soon about 4mula 2life and how I have been implementing it with my patients with emphasis on educating children in hopes of them gaining control of their health and avoiding childhood obesity.

In good health (Thanks, Chief Caveman Alan Harris),

Tommy Brice

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

PrimalCon Oxnard 2014 Recap Coming Soon!

Hey everyone! I'm sorry for the lack of posting! I just finished up attending and presenting at PrimalCon in Oxnard, and my motivation to help educate people about nutrition and functional fitness has never been stronger! I've found my mojo! It was great meeting so many like-minded people & learning so much! Stay tuned for a recap of my awesome experience! 

Saturday, February 22, 2014

First Post!


My name is Tommy Brice. I'm a Physical Therapist in Milwaukee, WI. I played college basketball at Marquette University from 2004-2008 and graduated with a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2010 and a Bachelors degree in Exercise Physiology. Ever since I took my first Health course in high school, I've grown a deep appreciation for wellness and nutrition.

I have a philosophy on food that may appear to be complicated at first, but if you continue to read this blog, its base of emphasizing the importance of eating whole foods can help develop an understanding that can help you make the best choices for you and even the ones you love.

I created a program called 4mula 2life to assist my patients with improving their recovery time. The program was initially developed to show how much nutrition can improve the outcome in injury prevention and rehabilitation in physical therapy. However, the improved lifestyle habits made it become desirable by more than the average rehabilitation clientele, and I am now working to make it more available to anyone!

As a determined health care professional who is eager to make a difference in a country plagued by obesity, diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. I plan to share practical tips my readers can use to live a healthier lifestyle such as recipes, great exercises people can do, education on nutrition from a physiological standpoint that anyone can understand, what it takes to lose excess body fat, improve strength gains, how to apply what you learn to real life, and how nutrition can effect everything and everyone you love!

Be well,