Once we decide that we want something we usually want it now. Not tomorrow or ten week from now but now, dammit! Obviously it’s ok to want something now. But the issue with now is that we seek for instant gratification and it clouds our rational thinking as we […]Read More
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Not every life situation is ideally suited for an all-out attack on your health and fitness goals. There are times when improving your training and eating habits has to take a back seat. Then there are times when you can focus almost exclusively on training, habit changes and generally winning with health […]Read More
This is the most personal blog I’ve ever written. There’s a reason why I preach a reasonable approach to health and fitness: I know how life becomes when fitness takes over. Throughout my twenties, I was obsessed with fitness. I missed out on a lot of awesome stuff because, on […]Read More
The way you approach health and fitness should not be an on/off button but a dial. A dial where you can choose your level of involvement at any given time. At times you want to crank it up. And other times you have to dial it down to the absolute […]Read More
It shouldn’t be news to anyone that I love a reasonable approach to health and fitness. Once you reach a certain point in your fitness you start to see diminishing returns of your time spent in the gym. You’ll have to put in considerable time to get only little improvement. In […]Read More