Quick update to point out that you can now get this in print or E versions:
In Brooklyn at Jesse and Kate’s!!!
Excited to see our friends from Virginia! Apps are up, ribeyes are ready for the grill.
Heading into the holiday season usually means falling off the “activity” wagon in addition to over-eating. Since I’m deep into my 10k project, I’ve been working with my accountability partner ( Hi Clif! :) to map out my training goals. So the idea is to have a plan of exactly what I’m supposed to do on which days. (Plus the other regular stuff I’m doing well with as general habits — parkour class on Sundays, Tracy and I running Tuesday/Thursdays, walking regularly, etc.)
The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.
Of this I am certain: Unless you take the time to study how your body’s biology and chemistry work, you will never figure out what you should actually be eating. Your health is your number one priority — your children, your parents, your spouse/significant-other… you cannot help them if you don’t have your own health.
Take just a bit of time to start reading about metabolism, diet (the general idea of what you should consume, not a specific set of instructions to lose weight), biology, and chemistry. Just spend a little bit of time reading to investigate the things you believe are true, and to verify the things you believe are false.
You have exactly one life in which to do everything you’ll ever do. Act accordingly.
If you look to others for fulfillment, you will never be truly fulfilled.
On Saturday, Nov 7 I rolled past 1,000 pull-ups! …but I’m actually falling behind on the overall pace needed to reach my 10k goal. It’s time to find some renewed motivation.
Do the thing you fear and the death of fear is certain.