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  • Cancer Dieting, My History, and Whether or Not You Should Listen To Me »

    I’m going to publish my observations about dieting for cancer, which I’ll finalize after my last chemo round and PET scan. I think it’s important because, what I’m observing, is that…

  • Whaaaaat?!!!!!! »

    I have a bunch of Psyche posts sitting around waiting for the right moment to get published. One was ready to go, and then this happened… In case you’re mixing…

  • Vertical Sailing »

    Here’s a great, modern adventure for your weekend Psyche. Even if you’re not a climber or sailor, the scope of this epic, along with the amazing attitude of its participants…

  • Proof That Diet Soda’s Suck (Finally) »

    I’m not sure why I bother writing about diet soda (and regular) anymore. It seems like anyone who makes it to my blog has seen enough to convincing evidence to…

  • Cancer and Exercise: “We Shall Continue with Style” »

    “I wish all of my patients asked how hard the could exercise,” said the doctor. “Most people, when they get to this point, won’t get out of bed.” Last week…

  • Food Challenges, Scotland, & Deadly Desserts »

    Note – I saw this vid after this was posted and it was just too serendipitous not to turn this into a Psyche post as well. Historically, the Scots are…

  • How To Not Get Sore »

    Here’s a reference article on muscle soreness that I wrote over at The Beachbody Blog. 5 pretty simple rules to avoid getting sore in the first place, followed by a few…

  • Fasting Before Chemo »

    My life has turned into a “what’s best to eliminate cancer” show. Two conflicting practices, not eating and eating as much as you possibly can, lead the way. Both are…

  • Carlo Traversi’s Epic & Birthday Some Challenge Perspective »

    Spenser and Vikki’s second Birthday Challenge video is out. In it, professional climber Carlo Traversi does perhaps that most hard bouldering ever done in a day. What starts looking fairly…

  • Chemo Is Like Reverse Alpinism »

    Getting chemo is a strange experience. The goal, to kill your cancer with enough reserves left to survive, is a lot like high-altitude mountaineering. Only in reverse. And without the…

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Whaaaaat?!!!!!!
Features
October 18, 2014

Whaaaaat?!!!!!!

I have a bunch of Psyche posts sitting around waiting for the right moment to get published. One was ready to go, and then this happened… In case you’re mixing…

Vertical Sailing
climbing
October 10, 2014

Vertical Sailing

Here’s a great, modern adventure for your weekend Psyche. Even if you’re not a climber or sailor, the scope of this epic, along with the amazing attitude of its participants…

How To Not Get Sore
Features
September 30, 2014

How To Not Get Sore

Here’s a reference article on muscle soreness that I wrote over at The Beachbody Blog. 5 pretty simple rules to avoid getting sore in the first place, followed by a few…

Fasting Before Chemo
Cancer Nutrition
September 21, 2014

Fasting Before Chemo

My life has turned into a “what’s best to eliminate cancer” show. Two conflicting practices, not eating and eating as much as you possibly can, lead the way. Both are…