Nootropics, commonly called smart drugs, are claimed to make you smarter or boost cognitive performance. In reality, none of them are going to make you a genius. Good ones can make you feel more like yourself on a good day.
Chafed gives us some indoor, no-equipment-required, exercises to stave off cabin fever and keep us limber during the cold winter months.
As popular as high-impact exercise is, there’s a space for low-impact exercise. For people looking to work on functional daily movements and just live a healthier life, low impact but effective workouts can be a good fit.
Mike Mentzer, high intensity training, and his feud with Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Chafed is temporarily unfit for duty, but sent us these fitness links instead of his usual trenchant column. We wish him a speedy recovery.
Elrod has a clever take on visualization. He recommends going into your future to “see yourself accomplishing what you set out to accomplish and you want to experience how good it will feel to have followed through and achieved your goals.”
Goggins He is a very flawed man and it is his humanity that highlights how each of us is capable of far greater achievements than we acknowledge.
If you are wondering why you cannot find time to workout or why it’s so haphazard, then this method will get you to address the core of your problem.
The main objective here is to remove the governor from your brain. Your job is to push past your normal stopping point.
The once golden state of California is increasingly getting under my skin.
As you are about to find out, all the digging in the emotional dirt you did early was not a masochistic exercise. It serves a beneficial purpose.
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