Just eat whatever you feel like eating. Could it be that simple? Yes, it could. But as I’ve said many times before, ‘simple’ does not mean ‘easy’. ‘What you feel like eating’ means ‘what your body actually needs and craves’, which, with practice you can sense and feel. ‘What you feel like eating’ does notContinue reading “What Should You Eat?”
Monthly Archives: July 2020
Your Best … Effort.
Just run. As hard as you can. As hard as you can today may not be as hard as you did the other day. That’s OK. Maybe you stayed up late last night, or ate a bunch of food that your body is still digesting, or both. Every day isn’t going to be your fastest,Continue reading “Your Best … Effort.”
Your Head Is A Big Fat Liar
Matt Fried (he/him) 3 days agoIsn’t that amazing, how in our heads horrible things happen all the time, yet in reality, they rarely do? Diego Gonzalez [he/him] 3 days agoOur head is a big fat liar. this is part of the conversation that prompted this blog post. The list of examples and directions I couldContinue reading “Your Head Is A Big Fat Liar”
It’s Not Up To The Wind.
Every day will not be a ’10’. You’re going to have some days when you just don’t hit your goals. Perhaps you eat poorly, or stay up too late. Perhaps you stay at work too long, or have a fight with your wife. Whatever you’re working on, it’s just not going to be flawless everyContinue reading “It’s Not Up To The Wind.”
Likes and Follows
I don’t write this blog for the likes. If that was the case, I would have stopped a long time ago. I hear people who talk about social media often referring to the number of likes and followers they they or others have. That’s all great, I’m not upset about any of that, unless you’reContinue reading “Likes and Follows”
Ease & Grace
You can choose to meet things with a chip on your shoulder; that you’ve got too much to do; that there is never enough time in the day. I get it. I’ve been there. I’ve felt that frustration. I’ve even banged the crap out of a few desks, and flung a few grunts and cursesContinue reading “Ease & Grace”
These are tough times for many of us. Forced into isolation. Forced to pivot our businesses. Forced to make cuts. Forced to deal with illness, fear, uncertainty, or worse. I haven’t written very much about the pandemic but I will say this: In several ways, our current pandemic is only accelerating the inevitable shift thatContinue reading “The Shift”
How Many Days Per Week Do You Train?
Firstly, I stay away from the word ‘workout’ because it is nebulous. Sometimes, it doesn’t mean anything at all. I prefer ‘train’ instead. I train for something specific: to be as strong, fast, and agile as I can possibly be. I have a training program designed for me, by a Coach, that has been testedContinue reading “How Many Days Per Week Do You Train?”
The Food Debate Trap
The whole ‘meat VS no meat’ debate is a trap. Don’t fall into it. It’s not about eating meat, or plants, or being labeled a Vegan, or Carnivore, or Omnivore, or otherwise. Of course if you want to argue all of that, by all means, go ahead. You won’t find the ‘answer’ because there isn’tContinue reading “The Food Debate Trap”
Your Highest Potential
I haven’t seen the movie Blind Fury since I was a kid, but the other night I recalled watching it several times, and how it made in impression on me as a young teenager. Now that I’m forty, I finally know why. (We could also discuss why I recalled that now, at this particular stageContinue reading “Your Highest Potential”