I finally got my copy of Power, Speed, Endurance by Brian MacKenzie of CrossFit Endurance. I have to admit, I didn’t know what to expect – maybe 100 pages filled with controversial ideas. What I got was: A beautiful, thick, large-format book packed with hundreds of slow-motion stills of every CrossFit exercise as well as … More BMack vs. Bompa–First Thoughts on Power, Speed, Endurance
For any readers who are Kindle or Kindle Fire users, this blog is now available for subscription on your device via the Kindle Store on Amazon.com. Here’s the link. Kudos to Amazon for the blog publishing capability – it was easy and straightforward. As this is pretty new functionality, if any of you are Kindle … More This blog is now available on the Kindle!
Even though I am not a chef, I am looking forward to reading Tim Ferriss’ upcoming book The Four-Hour Chef on my Kindle for Windows Phone. As you know, I enjoyed his previous book, The Four Hour Body. His perspectives on fitness, nutrition, kettlebells, ice baths, and Crossfit Endurance were well-written and spot on with … More Looking Forward to Tim Ferriss’ The Four-Hour Chef
I’ve been getting in some practice land paddling with my Kahuna Big Stick. It’s great for stress relief because it’s crazy fun, possibly more fun than actual stand-up paddling because I can keep the gear in the trunk and do it anywhere with no setup. I’ve also found that as I’ve gotten better, I can … More Land Paddling on the Goofy Side
I recently saw a great article in Competitor Running about flipping your mental switch from planning your training cycle to planning your recovery cycle. I confess – guilty as charged, as are, I suspect, many people in competitive sports. When you see the total training hours per year for world-class rowers starting to exceed 1000, … More Competitive people often forget how to recover….
So I started reading The Four Hour Body by Tim Ferriss, largely because I was interested in Brian MacKenzie’s participation in it. The verdict is still out – he is an iconoclast for sure, he may be a complete nutter, or he may be on to something (or a combination of the three). I’m keeping … More Started reading “The Four Hour Body” by Tim Ferriss
So I just finished reading "The Wave" by Susan Casey. A must for any SUP enthusiast. At a minimum read the chapter entitled "Egypt." My heart is still pounding! Technorati Tags: laird hamilton,rogue wave,stand-up paddling,SUP,susan casey,the wave Posted from WordPress for Windows Phone