Those “Stupid” business books were right

We're coming up on 1 year of Smart Strength and I've been amazed, humbled, enlightened, and challenged in ways that I never would have guessed. I understand why white collar types gravitate toward endurance sports: building a business is basically an adventure race with a cartographer operating from a map that only somewhat explains the … Continue reading Those “Stupid” business books were right

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Cold Exposure, Seasons, and Metabolic Rate: We Are Homeotherms, After All.

  (Note: This is an old-ass post that I'm just trying to finish so that I have some form of communication with the outside world due to my internet restriction. I hope you find some value in it) Though the "heyday" for cold exposure, under the super-silly name of "cold thermogenesis," has passed us, there's … Continue reading Cold Exposure, Seasons, and Metabolic Rate: We Are Homeotherms, After All.

Exercise Vs. Physical Activity: The Sequel

"Never before has a man written so much about so little...*EXPLOSION*." As a follow-up to my blog post that garnered loads of views, I wanted to touch on a couple more points regarding exercise and physical activity. This isn't a ladder building up to some grand point per se, rather some thoughts: Physical activity and … Continue reading Exercise Vs. Physical Activity: The Sequel