November 28, 2014


Black Friday: The day after American thanksgiving whereby throngs of patriotic citizens line-up at the earliest hours of the morning, despite their turkey hangovers to fight tooth and nail to get the best deals at commercial retailers.


This day is a success if you do...

November 26, 2014



Weight loss diets are constantly evolving and reiterating themselves in different forms. The Paleo diet, which derives its name from the era in which we started to use stone tools extensively and start to become more spiritual and artistic, has emerged and become so...

November 24, 2014

This will be the first of my weekly Mobility Monday posts, where I will examine various practitioners and the warm-up/mobility routines they use before they start their respective activities. I'll try to keep these short and not overly complicated. 


The goal of movemen...

November 21, 2014


The title of this blog makes reference to the commonly used term to describe self-experimentation. n refers to the sample size of an experiment or study. If your n is 1, then you only have one test subject, which in scientific methods is poor, as the accuracy of your...

November 19, 2014


Life in the time of "Big Data" has led to the rise of specialists and a wide spread overwhelming confusion due to the amount of information that bombards us. We are able to learn anything, buy the most exotic and/or esoteric items, and eat food from any culture. This...

November 17, 2014

This is an article I wrote over two years ago, but I wish to revive it, as the epidemic of poor movement capacity and related pathology continues, despite attempts to improve ergonomics. Perhaps laptops and smart phones are exacerbating the issue. 


Here it is: 



November 11, 2014


Have you always wanted to: 


1. Boost your immunity.

2. Increase your sex drive and performance.

3. Alleviate pain and inflammation. 

4. Be happier. 

5. Improve your memory. 

6. Lose fat and gain muscle. 

7. Improve your focus and concentration. 

8. Live longer. 

9. Acquire sk...

November 7, 2014

They're your connection to the ground, your means of transportation, and based on all the nerve endings located there, your tactile sensors for your environment. 


Your feet are like the essential spice in a recipe, you only notice when they're not working properly. Th...

November 4, 2014


Once anything has been deemed important, the deconstruction of that very topic and subsequent analysis can often strip it of meaning and context. For humans, breathing has always been critical, yet it is so ordinary and autonomic that it loses its credit as a life fo...

November 2, 2014


It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives v...

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