On Time-Restricted Feeding

I've received a number of emails recently from people who, due in large part of podcasts and tweets regarding studies done on animals, are gravely concerned that their eating patterns are messing with their circadian rhythm, including when they drink their coffee. The idea that coffee during the fasting window is actually signaling the circadian pacemaker … Continue reading On Time-Restricted Feeding

On my year of (mostly) bodyweight training

Twenty sixteen has been a big year in my house. We bought a business, my wife is finishing her admin certification, and my youngest turned 1. It was also a year that, with the short period of concentrated ARX work, I trained mostly at home doing HIT principles applied to bodyweight training. Motivation The reason for … Continue reading On my year of (mostly) bodyweight training

On Proper Exercise: Corrective AND Protective

I've been enjoying Katy Bowman's podcasts lately. Given that I have a similar science background, I appreciate how she blends some really interesting science into her practical explanations as to how people can improve their movement and reap the benefits therein. She is also accurate in pointing out that you are how you move: I've … Continue reading On Proper Exercise: Corrective AND Protective