Integral Cross Training

A funny thing happens after a parent dies, especially when you feel it happened much, much too soon: you become Type-A with your hair on fire. Well, maybe not you, but in my case it was a nice reminder that death is very real and you have no idea how much you value your health … Continue reading Integral Cross Training

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Nike Free vs. Vibram Five Fingers – Barefoot Supremacy

Never mind that the color pallette is nearly the same, this is about the claim from each that they mimick bare feet for running/jumping/peacocking. For the general ideas and arguments for and against being barefoot, check out this article, titled "How We're Wrecking Out Feet With Every Step," published in  New York Magazine. That's not … Continue reading Nike Free vs. Vibram Five Fingers – Barefoot Supremacy

Discussing The Pre/Trans Fallacy Applied to Diet/Exercise

Normally, I start a post with a snazzy picture as a means of attention; instead, I'll define what the pre/trans fallacy is. Ken Wilber developed when referring to the path of enlightenment and how cluttered and mistaken people can become: The idea is simple: since both pre-rational and trans-rational are non-rational, they are easily confused. … Continue reading Discussing The Pre/Trans Fallacy Applied to Diet/Exercise