Browsing All posts tagged under »health«

What hasn’t changed? (Dealing with information overload)

September 17, 2014


I really don’t like old movies. Any film before say, 1995, and it’s going to be hard to get me to watch it. The special effects are bad, lighting isn’t as good, pixels aren’t as sharp. It’s just bleh. While movies are my “screw old things” arena, we all have something of this nature. Particularly with […]

A thought for engineers

April 16, 2014


A TED talk about bionic limbs has been making waves through the internet. If you haven’t seen it, it’s a testament to the work being done for amputees. Where at the end of the talk a victim from the Boston marathon, who had her lower leg amputated, comes on stage and dances. – Amazing stuff. […]

The remote client process

June 20, 2013


Due to my current load, right now I am not taking on new clients. I will update this page when I’m able to take new people on again. Sorry! – Here is a good look at the system / process I use. I suppose this is also my “pitch.” The first step of the process […]

“Getting your lady to train”

January 14, 2013


So I’m on facebook, stalking a hot girl (this is really my only use for facebook), and I come across this article 3 Steps to Getting Your Lady to Train. Upon seeing this I’m immediately giddy with excitement because 1) T-Nation provides endless entertainment and 2) I’m assuming this is going to be written by a […]

Is soda really that big of a deal when it comes to your body weight?

January 9, 2013


This is part of a series. You’re reading part 1, part 2 here, part 3 here, and the series in its entirety is here.  Let me first be very clear, I am not at all advocating drinking soda or sugary drinks. I’m just going to go over the affect these things have on one’s weight; then we’ll go from there. […]