Sweat and Salt

Sweat and Salt

The last time Dr. Davidson was in the Jungle, we were all in awe of his sweating ability. He would be drenched after the warm-up and puddles would follow him around pretty much all day. We literally had to put a towel down on the platform so we could squat safely. Of...

Don’t Take Yourself Too Seriously

Don’t Take Yourself Too Seriously

I keep my social media presence fairly professional, but my friends and wife know that I am rarely if ever very serious. Everything is not a joke and I want to do the dishes so things tend to work out. I also can’t remember the last time I have been around someone who...

Entropy Will Always Win.

Entropy Will Always Win.

“Desert cultures are prone toward monotheistic religions; rain forest dwellers, polytheistic ones. Nomadic pastoralists’ deities tend to value war and valor in battle as an entrée to a good afterlife. Agriculturalists invent gods who alter the weather. As noted, once...

No One Is Really Estrogen Dominant…Ever.

No One Is Really Estrogen Dominant…Ever.

Men have on average 300 times more testosterone than estrogen floating around in serum, even diagnosable hypogonadal men will still likely have over 100 times more testosterone than estradiol, and cycling females at the end of their follicular phase where estrogen is...

PMS – An Evolutionary Advantage?

PMS – An Evolutionary Advantage?

The etiology (cause) of PMS or premenstrual dysphoric disorder is still unknown and I about lose my marbles when I hear people stating that PMS is 100%, for sure, due to the fall of progesterone. No! One thing we do know is that is not simply a progesterone issue...

Your Flag Is Your Effort

Your Flag Is Your Effort

Your flag is your effort over time. Your flag is your mostly silent journey that nobody really cares about but you…and that’s 100% ok.

Play The Game

Play The Game

In our industry right now there is this pendulum swing back from CrossFit that all metabolic training is horrible, criminal even, especially within the general population.

Tears.

Tears.

So Grandma, thank you for raising my father, for feeding him, for loving him, and providing him with more questions than answers, and oh so many struggles that made him who he is today. And thank you for the lesson that life is short and that I must always appreciate others…you too.