Sports science, for all its virtues and values, is often overlooked or fails to inspire real change. That’s in part, because it isn’t ‘marketed’ well enough to compete in the real world. Here’s an example to inspire change.
Deviant thinking is a crucial driver of progress, but there’s a point where it becomes extreme and unnecessarily polarizing. Balance and complexity are good…
There are many reasons to want to burn fat during exercise. For obvious reasons, in the context of the series I’m currently doing, people want to burn fat during exercise to lose weight. In that regard, one must emphasize that as much as we talk about weight loss, fat burning (or rather, a change in […]
No, not part 3 of the weight loss series, don’t worry. Rather, it’s a response to your many emails and comments to , and the principle of weight loss. As usual, there are too many good comments to do justice to with an answer, so I’ll thank you once again and move ahead to a […]
Thanks to everyone for your comments and emails in response to . It’s always great to debate the issues, and in this particular case, I value your thoughts even more because it will help steer the remainder of this series in a direction that I hope meets most expectations. I realized overnight what an enormous challenge […]