2016 Fitness: Diet

This is part of my series on my Q1 2016 Fitness Plan. Make sure you read that first so you get why I am writing this series and how to best navigate these posts. Previous Cutting Diet: In previous cutting periods I used to do a pyramid approach. I would…

2016 Fitness: Random Fun Stuff

Random: Here is some random fun stuff I couldn't fit in to any of the other posts but still thought you would like to hear about it. My 'Morning Cocktail'(non alcoholic): One of my fitness sources, The Strength Sensei turned me on to a little non alcoholic cocktail that…

2016 Fitness: Getting down to 180 Lbs and 8% body fat

The months since camp ended have been interesting. I have taken up the new hobby of Acro Yoga, I started a new contract that I am having a lot of fun with, but unfortunately I have gotten a little soft around the midsection. With the holiday season upon us I…

58 Falls (The importance of learning how to fall/fail)

Earlier this week I was coaching a young athlete through her first set of giant swings on bar. Not something that is going to get her to the Olympics but a skill that is a significant milestone in all high level gymnasts’ careers. Despite the fact we were working above…

The Millionaire Next Door

No I am not claiming to be a millionaire at this point. No, the title of this post is actually the title of my favorite personal finance book: The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko. I am writing about this because personal finance is what…

Real Estate: Researching the AirBNB model

A lot of what I am reading about is on the topic of flipping houses which does not really interest me. What does interest me is buying and holding. This means I have to put some type of revenue generating tenants in the space. Either by renting it to a…