Last October, after many years of rejecting cardio, I stated that I would be Starting Over in Cardio. I outlined how I became anti-cardio in the post Understanding my Bias Against Cardio. And I posted on why my … [continue reading]
Earlier this month, I discovered I was likely wrong about cardio and explained how I arrived at that decision in the post Understanding My Bias AGainst Cardio. I was persuaded by the case made by Dr. Kenneth Jay, which … [continue reading]
As I explained in the previous post Searching For The Cardio Code, after a very long hiatus, I’m ready to reintroduce cardio training to my fitness plan.
Some would argue that my long urban hikes or my 10,000 steps … [continue reading]
One of my fitness mentors is Chris Highcock from Conditioning Research and author of Hillfit. He always seems to be a year or two ahead of me when it comes to fitness interests and knowledge.
In a comment recently, he … [continue reading]
One of my favorite podcasts is Masters In Business from Bloomberg by Barry Ritholtz. The show is a collection of interviews with some of the brightest and most successful people in finance. (side note: Ritholtz actually left a comment on … [continue reading]
This is the third part on my series about exercise and fat loss. Part one was the post Walking Didn’t Lean Me Out, where I showed how all my fat loss was a result of diet and how exercise … [continue reading]