I recently completed the book Stick With It: A Scientifically Proven Process for Changing Your Life-for Good by Sean D. Young. It's an excellent book I picked up after hearing Sean interviewed on the Art of Manliness podcast. In the book Sean discusses a scientific approach for changing behavior … Read more about Notes on Stick With It: A Scientifically Proven Process for Changing Your Life-for Good
For the past few years I've been studying Buddhism, as it's the religion I identify with the most. Within the past six months I have come across a few books that have helped me to understand and incorporate into my life the core concepts of Buddhism. I'm going to keep my "previous marketer OCD … Read more about The Four Noble Truths & Eightfold Path of Buddhism in Plain English
When it comes to exercise, many people drag themselves to the gym a few days a week to do a workout, wherein they break themselves down with excessive cardio routines or lengthy weight lifting sessions. The same goes for people's professional lives - they wake up every day only to take a long … Read more about Stop Working Out and Create a Practice
I used to think humility meant downplaying your own opinion and giving in to others. I've come to learn that isn't what humility is all about. … Read more about Humility
Kettlebells are a great way to get stronger, become more fit, and increase your endurance. Sometimes you may want to switch up your workout and do less kettlebell work and more explosive calisthenics. If so, this workout is for you. … Read more about Simple and Sinister Kettlebell and Calisthenics Workout
Obtaining greater health comes through how and what we eat (diet) and how much we move (exercise). Aside from the physical aspects of exercise, the rest of the game, as is much of life, is mental. It may sound obvious but I'll say it anyway - health is both mental and physical; we cannot have one … Read more about The Roadmap for a Successful Weight Loss Journey
Over the past few years my morning routine has changed due to where we live, family responsibilities, where I'm working, and all the things I need to get done any given day. What began as simply checking my email while eating breakfast has morphed into an elaborate yet very structured method of … Read more about My Exact Morning Routine Step-By-Step (feel free to copy, modify or comment)
Photo courtesy of JD Hancock When I began measuring my weight everyday I began to notice a trend. My family and I would go out to eat at least once over the weekend, and when I weighed myself on Monday, I seemed to have gained a few pounds! This would stress me out to no end, until Tuesday morning … Read more about Is Your Scale Telling You The Truth?