Author: Dr. Pope Moseley
Dr. Pope Moseley MD, MS, SFG II is a lung and intensive care physician and biomedical sciences researcher. He was elected as a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Moseley served as Dean for Research, Director of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, and Chair of Internal Medicine at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Dean of the College of Medicine of the University of Arkansas, and Professor of Disease Systems Biology at the University of Copenhagen. Dr. Moseley is an internationally recognized expert on the cellular adaptations to exercise stress and mechanisms of overtraining. His research defined the role of heat shock proteins in modulating inflammation and autophagy in exercising humans. These data help explain the anti-inflammatory and health benefits of exercise as well as the cellular mechanisms of inflammation and injury in overtraining and heat injury. Dr. Moseley became a StrongFirst Certified SFG I Instructor at age sixty-four and an SFG II at age sixty-seven. He writes about strength training and resilience in aging on Instagram @popemoseley.
March 9, 2023In 1922, T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) wrote a memoir of his time in the desert entitled “The Seven Pillars of Wisdom.” In his reflection, he talked of his experience with the tempering of the soul. The word “tempering” is often associated with the process of making something stronger and more resilient. In this article, […]