This is just the start
I’ve used a wide variety of training strategies over the years (or the past months if you follow my twitter). However, at heart, I’m a low volume, high intensity guy at heart. I work in a gym all day, so the last thing I want to do is work out in a gym all day. While there are books on intensity variables, I want to take a look at how I’ve been training my military press the past few workouts and why I think this will help you. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m still alive, fret not. I’ve been very busy with both work and school over the past month. I’m still here and have a couple upcoming posts including:
- Lessons from “The Blue Zones.” I think there’s some good information here, especially for those who wish to impart a black and white view into diet and exercise.
- I’m reading “The 10,000 Year Explosion,” which has been quite surprising thus far. Not because of anything diet related but because of both how funny it is and because of how many things have developed since agriculture began. It’s a nice scapegoat, and we’re in a great position to emulate the best aspects of the pre-agricultural era to augment and improve our health. However, let’s not damn everything that’s developed in the last 10,000 years; it’s the reason we’re here today.
- A discussion of an n=1 experiment I’m looking into undertaking, possibly reporting the results for a talk at the Ancestral Health Symposium.
You can still find me in the blogosphere but grades, work, and rest take priority!