I like fat. A lot. I typically go through a pound of aged cheddar a week. I just ate a homemade, grass-fed bacon cheeseburger. I like fat. A Lot. I like carbs. I typically drink a liter of chocolate milk from Jersey cows after my workout. I'm about to enjoy a local blonde ale. I … Continue reading The Extra-Fat Experiment
I've been working on my vertical leap more and more, training toward a 40" vertical leap goal. We're inching, literally, along and here's an example of improvement (the still shows the vid sideways, but it plays normal. Strange, I know): If this doesn't get me onto Conditioning Research, I don't know what will!
Last year a wrote a post about making haste slowly, basically about accepting the fact that past the pure newbie stage of any activity, gains slow, which often stifles motivation. While that post was just a short blurb about an idyllic, rational, stoic world, the truth is that trainees have a hard time sticking to … Continue reading Training Temperance Revisited: Novelty Without ADD
So my father spent about a week with me here in Central Texas, which gave me a chance to film a short video of he and I drinking beer from a special glass that...well...just watch the video and see for yourself:
This is a first for me and I sure hope you enjoy it. I wanted to add a certain level of insight that a dialogue can allow for that a long-winded article doesn't. JC's blog, JCDFitness, is a voice of common sense for younger guys starting off on their fitness adventure. On top of that, … Continue reading Interview: JC of JCD Fitness