Even the Long-Lived Smoke, Drink and Don’t Exercise So if it’s not healthy habits, what’s the secret sauce behind their ageless vim and vigor? It may just be in their remarkable genes, the authors said. “People with exceptional longevity may interact with environmental factors differently than others,” according to the study authors; in other words,… Continue reading Longevity
https://youtu.be/cYrXXmTR1e8 https://vimeo.com/309755273 27:44 on fasted exercise. Meta analyses (aggregation of studies) show that pre-feeding improves long-duration aerobic exercise but not for aerobic exercise less than 60 minutes. Pre-feeding is shown to improve anerobic exercise, but doesn't seem to have much of an effect on high intensity interval training. Studies have shown that training fasted result… Continue reading Training fasted improves fat metabolism
The science behind Zone 2 training The capacity of an athlete to exercise ultimately depends on the ability to transform chemical energy into mechanical energy. Skeletal muscle needs to synthesize Adenosine Triphosphate, or ATP, for muscle contraction. ATP is a nucleotide responsible for the energy processes in human cells. It is often called the “molecular… Continue reading Zone 2 Training
"Nutrition is a pseudo-science that masquerades as a religion." - Peter Attia MD "Moderation is the only thing that should be done in moderation." - Petter Attia MD
Perfectionism is a problem.
"If you know the truth, speak it. If you believe in a truth, live it. Even if it costs you. Even if it’s a pain in the ass. Because to do otherwise is to lie. To do otherwise is to be a coward. To do otherwise is to allow darkness to put out the light. … Continue reading If you believe in a truth, live it. Even if it costs you
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In 2019, I've been trying to build better habits. Walking every day at 7am (or ashtanga yoga) Cutting alcohol for Dry February Writing a few lines of code each day Writing a few lines of reflections each day The daily walks at the Botanic Gardens have been enjoyable but I noticed that if I miss… Continue reading Discipline without willpower