Category: Books

The Return of Hillfit

Way back in 2012, I reviewed the book Hillfit. Hillfit is a HIT-based fitness program that uses bodyweight exercises to develop strength safely with minimal risk of injury. A year later, I covered version 2 of the book.… [continue reading]

Outlive by Peter Attia, MD Summarized

I read Outlive, you may not need to. Here is my brief summary.

If you listened to Peter Attia on the Tim Ferriss Show (#661), you have most of what you need to know. If you need to dig … [continue reading]

Say Goodnight to Insomnia Notes

There have been three times in my life when I experienced the type of insomnia where I can’t fall asleep. Around 2005, 2015, and this month. This month was by far the worst case. I have had struggles with waking [continue reading]

Notes on Pavel’s – The Quick and the Dead

Pavel published a new book last year titled The Quick and the Dead – Total Training for the Advanced Minimalist. After his appearance on Joe Rogan recently, I discovered a copy in my local library.

In this post, I will … [continue reading]

My Peasant Diet Featured in The Diet Hack

The Diet Hack by Tim Steele was released today.

He also wrote the definitive guide to potato dieting called The Potato Hack. The Diet Hack covers a lot more ground than just potatoes, but I wanted to let you … [continue reading]

How the Internet Happened

A few weeks ago, I was searching for a podcast on Overcast and I stumbled across a title that I wasn’t looking for but it grabbed my attention instantly. It was called the Internet History Podcast.  After listening to … [continue reading]