There are a few health-related blogs which I recommend very highly. M. Eades’ Blog is one of the better ones I’ve found. I’ve a “round up” post which has all the really good science posts highlighted.
A series of posts chronicling my studying this book containing 90 short sections; It’s a large, open-ended collection of ideas and vignettes on Parkour.
Once I had an idea: What would happen if I tried to do 10,000 repetitions of 5 different body-weight activities in one year? Push-ups, pull-ups, squats, handstand (10k seconds in handstand), and bar-to-bar precision jumps. This series is the answer.
This series explans how to build with pipe scaffolding (“scaf”) and pipe clamps. In the Parkour world, more and more people want to build things to train and play on. When I started building with scaf I had to do a lot of learning by trial and error. This is the series I wish I could have found on day one.
Usually, one only sees the highlights of a journey; The best photos, best stories, and best experiences are shown which paint the journey in its best light. Here, I’m trying to honestly show my journey by sharing my challenges, bumps, advances and failures.
A collection of thoughts on how and why to travel in the context of Parkour. This series is in a more philosophical and psychological vein. (There’s another series about the nuts and bolts things, tips and tricks about traveling.)
There are a few health-related blogs which I recommend very highly. Whole Health Source is one where you should, basically, read everything he has ever posted. But, a few of the posts are just so awesome — or are great “gateway to getting interested” posts — that I’ve posted some excerpts here.
There are a few health-related blogs which I recommend very highly. Health Correlator is one of the better ones I’ve found. I’ve posted some excerpts here of his posts which I’ve found most interesting.
There are a few health-related blogs which I recommend very highly. A Good Look at Good Health is one of the better ones I’ve found. I’ve posted some excerpts here of his posts which I’ve found most interesting.
2km quadrapedie challenge across a bridge from Brooklyn into New York City.
How, exactly, did I get to where I am now? The “My Journey” series covers all sorts of things — this series is just about physical and health changes I’ve made.
A collection of my thoughts and ideas about the physical things which make light-weight travel easy– or at least possible. Maybe even fun.
I’m going to try to do 100 consecutive days of getting in a good training session- something. anything. With a public post to keep me honest and on track. (This series is from 2017.)
In late 2016 I began a small discussion with a few friends about an idea.
These posts contain my thoughts and lessons learned from the behind the scenes of the Movers Mindset interviews. These are the stories from before the interview, or after, the other people in the room you don’t hear, the places we visit, or just the vibe.
This is a countdown to level 52. I fail when I fail to plan.