Do you think this guy counts calories, plans for proper post-work nutrition, or follows a perfectly periodized work program?
There’s something about manual labor that really hits home with me after doing landscaping for 10 years. What started as mowing lawns in the summer for some cash, ended up becoming my own professional landscaping business in [...]
Mick Dodge, a former Marine, is someone that we can all probably learn something from. He’s questioned the conventional model of physical living and found it severely lacking, and he has taken drastic action on that. Mick is someone who has a truly unique perspective on health, movement, and fitness, and I think we would [...]
This question was posed in response to this article – Your Personal Trainer Behaves Like a Doctor.
QUESTION: John, how do you transfer that information (teach people about how to become true physical living enthusiasts rather than prescribe cookie-cutter programs – read the article above if you want a more clear description) when, 1. Your ‘job’ [...]
Last weekend, somebody thought it would be a good idea to randomly climb the largest mountain in the Northeast United States, home of some of the worlds harshest weather conditions, all on a whim. The idea didn’t even come up until the night before (July 4th party), about eight hours prior to our departure. I’m [...]
7/1/2009 – Moderate Intensity Day
If you’ve been following the blog for awhile, I’m sure you know that I’m a big proponent of the Circular Strength Training system. Ryan Murdock is on the Faculty, in charge of bringing CST to the world, and he has a revolutionary way of sharing his health-first fitness viewpoints. I guarantee that you’ll learn something [...]