A perspective on how our delicate ego may prevent us from understanding different viewpoints and bringing further clarity to the lens though which we consider the world.
Strong AF is one year old today. This post covers the intended trajectory with the site and community. There are secrets herein to be uncovered and more not-so-secrets to come this year.
Some thoughts on the inability of us modern humans to think about how we think, resulting in us acting like assholes. Especially on the internet.
Goals often demand a change of habits. Habits are formed over a lifetime, yet we seem assured things can change in a matter of days. This article talks about why that’s dumb and how to be not dumb about goal setting and the changing of long term habits.
A definitive answer to the question of whether or not to strength train and the beginnings of a larger discussion around environmental mismatch in the modern world.
A harrowing childhood nightmare turns into the suggestion that life may be more than just a set of rules created by Hasbro.
A discussion on our creeping away from instinctive pattern matching and tribal behaviour to obsession with ourselves our and own mortality.
An anecdote regarding my perceived inability to concentrate on the written word, the cause, and a broader comment on our societal predisposition to drift through life in a state of perma-lassitude.
Behold an opinion based around the asseveration that one “cannot market health” and yet the “Health Space” has become a multi-billion dollar industry hopper in which we tumble around, haplessly grasping at concepts in the hope of winning the better self lottery.
Wherein I outline my ongoing discovery of the “meaning of strength”. Turns out, strength exists not only in ones physical state, nor is it acquired with training alone, or with the new essential supplements currently recommended by popular health experts / celebrities. Let us begin.