Are you one of those people who believes that a big muscle is always a strong one? If this were true, two people of the same age, weight, and body type would lift more or less the same number of pounds, which isn’t a given.
Why would a seventy-year-old ever need to be fast? First, you have to examine the six qualities of youthfulness: flexibility, strength, speed, leanness, ideal body weight, good posture. These are qualities that all athletes have, and they all work in synch.
How we avoid living a healthy lifestyle via distraction, entertainment, props and compensations, never mastering anything. The crutches we adopt are unhealthy fixes that will ultimately prevent us from recognizing our real problems.
Outlines the science and wisdom of weight loss and fat loss by eating everything hours, the key losing fat without losing muscle and keeping your blood sugar stable. This is the first step in mastering The Happy Body lifestyle.
The holidays are a repository of memories, many of them related to food. But the true meaning of holiday time is the gathering of family and friends, fun activities, reconciliation, and slowing down to rejuvenate.
Explores the power of emotions and the line between passion and addiction, how community can ground us. Also looks at a fundamental misunderstanding of the concept of “freedom,” and how easily this can flip into compulsion.
Befriending the concept of time for your advantage. Time doesn’t exist in the sense of a clock and numbers of hours in a day, but in seasons, cycles, biorhythms—you exist and you are having this human experience. How you use the time is essential.
Guest blogger Amy Wong discusses how she came to stoicism and taking the long view through Tim Ferriss quoting Jerzy, and how she was finally ready for the message: Easy Choices, Hard Life. Hard Choices, Easy Life.
Guest blog by Trishla Gajwani highlights how the predictable, quantified food plan, exercise routine and relaxation technique had a calming effect on her, but also challenged her within a solid structure to progress.