Tag: wisdom

Approaching Weight Lifting Like An Investor

Back in 2013, I posted Approaching Nutrition From An Investor’s Mindset. It was a very popular post where I framed some of the nutritional debates as an investor would. We can also use an investing mindset when we head into … [continue reading]

The Gift of Being Gluten-Intolerant or Celiac (if you accept it)

As someone that has had to give up gluten twice now, I want to share some wisdom with those of you that are having to deal with this issue.

STOP TRYING TO REPLACE YOUR GLUTEN BASED DIET WITH THE … [continue reading]

If I Gave a Squat About the Squat

Back in 2012, I posted what would end up being one of the most popular posts on this blog. It was titled I No Longer Give a Squat About The Squat. It has been almost seven years and I … [continue reading]

Learn From Your Fitness Elders

Today in the sauna, there was a man that was about to turn 71 chatting with his friend who I would guess was maybe 60 years old. They were both to my left. To my right was a bulky overweight … [continue reading]

Approach Fat Loss Like You Would Approach a Cat

I’ve had this analogy I’ve been thinking about for a long time now regarding successfully losing weight and then keeping that weight off. It has to do with dogs and cats.

Dogs are easier to understand than cats. They are … [continue reading]

Don’t Wait to Start Lifting

The worst health mistake I’ve made in my life was that I didn’t start lifting weights until I was 24. I should have started at 16.*

Whenever you see an amazing male physique, you almost learn they started lifting as … [continue reading]