Cheese is not going to kill you. Promise.

Terrific take down of G.W.U. physician, Neal Barnard. Barnard, like many academics, wants to control what people do and advance his own religion -- veganism -- without trying even a little bit to be intellectually honest about what he is…


The Atlantic: When Evidence Says No, but Doctors Say Yes

A lot of what The Atlantic publishes is ideological twaddle. But, this piece from 2017, is a real keeper. It is one of the few stories about overdiagnosis and overtreatment that will resonate with readers. Don't kid yourself...the healthcare industry…

10 Invaluable Pieces of Advice For Young Lifters Starting Their Muscle Construction Journey |

I'm 61 now, and I started lifting when I was 17. This is one of the best and most interesting summaries of advice for young lifters that I have ever read. Source: 10 Invaluable Pieces of Advice For Young Lifters…

A 5 Point Checklist For Filtering Sh*t People From Your Life

This is a great post from someone willing to speak truth. If you are offended, you are most likely one of the immutable snowflakes he’s trying to educate.

Straight Talking Fitness

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I get it, you want this year to be good. You told everyone on Facebook how well you did last year. You grew. You fought. You came back better and stronger. After everything life threw at you, you still stood up straighter…….

But did you really, motherfucker?

Or did you just write that out because you saw more than 50% of the ‘friends’ you follow do the same? Did the words flow because in your head you’d love to believe them? See, I can type anything here and try to convince you I’m anything but unless you meet me or know me, you’d be foolish to believe a word of it.

What am I getting at?

If you want to tell the world you’ve changed, try actually fucking changing instead of repeating the same shitty old doomed habits that kept you moaning in 2018. You can wrap shit up in…

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Podcast Episode #17: Dr. Stu McGill | StrongFirst

Great StrongFirst podcast with spine expert Stu McGill. Well worth the listen. I love how he ever-so-politely disses yoga. He also speaks very clearly about how proximal tension produces distal power...vital to nearly every sport you can think of, including…