When I penned the first words for this post few months back I was struggling with clarity (more than usually, that is). But not necessarily in a way of “what’s the meaning of life?” or “who is Jon Snow’s father?”– kind of level. No, rather that my mind was just […]Read More
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Thoughts on…VIII: Life, Learning and Teaching
Once every few months, I go through all my notes I’ve written down and do a roundup post of what has been going through my head. Thoughts and quotes from books and actions that I’ve found helpful. It gives me the opportunity to reflect back before starting taking notes again on a “clean […]Read More
66 Unconventional Ways for Exceptional Fat Loss, Fitness and Health
Search the Internet for how to lose fat and you are bound to get about million hits with everything from how to time your macros to which way to hold a fork when eating an egg. Some of the points in this post are more philosophical and some are […]Read More
Course Corrections: Do More Things You Enjoy
This post is all about me. But anyone can apply it to get to know themselves better. I am not a life coach or such. I share these following thoughts because I’ve noticed what a difference they make in my life. And if by reading this one of you decides […]Read More
I Was Wrong.
Every now and then I like to take a look back and see how my thoughts have evolved on some topics in the fitness industry. My opinion is that it’s crucial to learn from one’s mistakes to better yourself as a coach and a trainer (or as a person). Looking […]Read More
What Can You Learn From Failing?
So you’ve started your new training plan and you are working on the daily habit to improve your life. You’re losing fat, getting stronger and feeling better. Things just seem to fall into the right places. Sure, it’s a bit of an effort to keep up with it all but you […]Read More