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Eat for Performance not Pleasure

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

Still eating for enjoyment? The pains and illnesses of pleasure-led behavior come faster than you expect and recover more slowly than you hope. You can't fight your way out without completely redefining WHY you eat. When you eat for performance and your body cellularly shifts away from ...

Overcome the Diseases of Civilization

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

The primary causes of death of our Stone Age ancestors were infant mortality, infections and accidents. If they managed to survive those three, they had the same lifespan as us (Eades, 2000). All that distinguishes our average lifespan from our predecessors' is a less hostile environment. Modern ...

Eat an Ancestral Diet

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

"Resistance to insulin-mediated glucose disposal plays a major role in the diseases of Western civilization (obesity, heart disease and cancer)." - Gerald Reaven, MD, "Pathophysiology of Insulin Resistance in Human Disease," Physiological Reviews. Insulin resistance is primarily associated with a diet deficient in fats and protein but ...

Fit to Eat

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

Unlike animals which evolved to flee or fight, plants evolved to protect themselves by creating, storing and/or releasing toxins. Animal tissue has significantly fewer natural toxins and, in general, are safer to consume. But, as defensively-mobile organisms, you must be mentally and physically fit to ...

Training the Awareness Machine

Friday, December 4th, 2015

One of the pedagogical models taught to me in Russia by the KGB training officer influenced a great deal of my sports psychology in fighting. Managing anxiety is one of the most crucial components of champions, and must be interwoven into the mental and emotional component within the  ...

My Free Shoulder Reset Course

Wednesday, November 18th, 2015

www.ShoulderRESETgift.com to get yours now for free. To truly understand why shoulder mobility prevents neck and lower back injuries, we must zoom out to an biological appreciation for your design: how the human is optimized for function. Both your head and your hands were intended to be a floating platform to ...

Speed Hides Need

Wednesday, November 18th, 2015

Speed hides need. Nothing is as easy as it looks, when it's done quickly; nor as difficult as it feels, when it's done slowly. If you can't perform it slowly enough, you haven't developed it well enough. Slow makes smooth; smooth makes fast. Let speed come from skill, not as ...

The Core was Designed for Anti-Rotation

Monday, November 16th, 2015

Ever wondered why some think abs are attractive? Anthropological research suggests that the stronger your abdominals appear, the more you're able to effectively communicate and proficiently use tools. Your lower body resists the bending of your teetering upper body, so your head can remain "silent" to the horizon, and so that ...

Monday, November 16th, 2015

Most exercise programs are wrong or bad. You might get the results they promise, but taught and programmed as they are, they cause you to fail, quit or get hurt. Most programs are based upon obsolete ideas of human movement so embedded in common thought, that even those who move well can’t ...

You’re Probably Hurt or Weak or Both

Monday, November 16th, 2015

You’re probably hurt, weak or both. Your injuries happen when you get forced into rotation you’re not strong enough to resist. Because you have only exercised in linear directions - heaving up and down, surging front and back, swaying left and right - when you are thrust into rotation, your unprepared ...