Monday, March 23, 2015


Not like this ANYMORE!


Steve Maxwell has some great ideas about nutrition and living longer

Fred Hatfield still knows more than just about anyone in the strength and conditioning world. Much of it is common sense. Read about his Zig-Zag Diet sometime.

Jack London is always worth revisiting.

 Cabela's Wild boar sandwiches are amazing and the  Elk one's ain't far behind.

Shouldn't everything be closed on Veteran's Day?

Art15 Clothing has some of the best shirts and videos around. Not safe for work or kids, but funny.
Bunch of veterans who started a company and find humor in a whole bunch of things.

Hank III is an independent thinker/musician.

Hilarious when folks spend so much time putting down other programs. Like Crossfit or geared lifters vs. raw lifters. Its very important compared to ISIS and disease and our troops and trying to ban ammo and kids who are hungry and coal companies raping the land, and....yeah, but Crossfit/kettlebells/jogging is bad. It a workout, who gives a crap? At least they ain't sitting around eating cheese puffs.

Every great person I have known does not care what other people think.

Every great person I have known laughs a lot and doesn't take themselves too seriously.

Every great person that I have known don't care about their appearance. And they all look good. Weird. Maybe when they let the narcissism go and focus on running, lifting, and eating naturally, they just look good anyway.

Been around some teenagers lately. Wow, are they out of shape. I guess they aren't playing outside much.

I read an article about Kermit Washington(NBA) years ago, and he decided to work a whole bunch harder, lifting weights and training, after one day his training partner told him, "You ain't good enough to act cool."

I often wonder , when folks are making decisions about other folk's lives, do they ever think what it would be like in the other person's shoes? Ah, but it will come back on them eventually, it always does.

A family movie that's not a cartoon! Yes.

All About Being a Lifer

What's a Lifer? Someone who isn't in to something for just a day, a month, a's for life. Whether its training or your family or your doesn't matter. You work at it, you build on it, you see the big picture . You don't miss workouts because it means something to you. You are like a Shakespearean actor- no matter what is going on in your life, you block it out when it's time to train. You walk into the weight room and all else disappears. Worry about it later.