Tag: exercise

The Appetite of Exercise

A topic that I’ve been fascinated with for more than a decade is the role exercise has on appetite. Going back over a decade, I have several posts on my views of exercising while dieting. The short version is that … [continue reading]

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]

Temperature and Appetite

I recently read The Book on Heat: The Science of Heat for Weight Loss, Performance and Health by Brad Pilon. It altered a view of mine that I’ve held for decades related to diet and exercise.

My seasonal view was … [continue reading]

Exercise Induced Headaches – A Path Forward?

I found an interesting discussion between Doug McGuff and Drew Baye on YouTube. One of the topics they covered was exercise-induced headaches. This is something I experienced regularly when I did High Intensity Training. It is also the reason that … [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]

Fitness Mentors Then and Now

I thought I would do a post on the history of people who have most influenced me on fitness.

Dave Scott and Mark Allen

In high school, I recall seeing the Ironman on TV. It was the era where Dave … [continue reading]