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Procrastination is a Choice | Day 25

I was just listening (along with 100,000 other people) to the Tim Ferris Podcast where he had best selling author, Malcolm Gladwell on as a guest. They discussed a lot of cool things, but there was one question in particular that stood out to me. Tim asked Malcolm how he handled writers block. As somebody who constantly stares at a blank…

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Exercise For Busy People | Day 24

We were road-tripping from Winston-Salem, NC to Washington DC for a fitness conference. Along the way, we made plenty of pit stops. But these were not ordinary pit stops. Whereas a typical road trip stop includes a bathroom break and a bag of Cheetos, ours included stretching and something called a “blitz.” The idea comes from Dr. Jade Teta, founder of Metabolic Effect. A…

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My Workouts This Week 3.0 | Day 23

New week, new workouts. See what’s up with these.. Workout 1 Strength Movement: Snatch 4 (sets) x 8-12 (reps) Met Con: Complete as many reps as possible in 5 minutes, rest for 2 minutes, and then do the same for the second movement.  Hang Snatch (5 min) – Yep, more snatch. Jade has me working the shoulder like crazy Power Clean-Push Press (5 min)…

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Beating Instant Gratification: Do The Hard Things | Day 21

“Do what is hard now, and life will be easy. Do what is easy now, and life will be hard.” I’ve been hitting the weights hard lately, and it feels great. There’s always something I’ve loved about lifting and working out. Objectively, it’s an odd thing to enjoy. Loading up a couple hundred pounds, putting it on your back and…

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The Psychic at the Bar | Day 18

I’m out in Hollywood today, hanging with Doris, a friend of mine from college. I can’t tell a lie, I’m feeling a little hungover today, and extremely uninspired. All I feel like doing is watching basketball highlights on YouTube and eating cheese puffs. “I have a little cloud [hanging over my head]” as my family members would say. Too much…

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How To Build Routines That Save Time & Energy | Day 17

So far, this summer has been great. Let me paint a picture for you. Everyday looks like this: 6:00am-6:30am: I wake up naturally. Yeah, like something out of a music video ~6:45am: Jill and I consume like 8 french presses, and watch Pip run around in circles. 7:30am: I write my post for the Blog Blitz. Still drinking coffee.. Wondering if…

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