Excerpts taken from an interview with author Gary Taubes, posted on ‘Five Books’ website.
By the next morning, I felt physically sick and exhausted. I went to the dispensary and took the thimble of turgid green medicine. As the taste worked its way into my guts as a filament of revulsion, I considered giving the final session a miss.
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Ayahuasca is a traditional medicine employed by indigenous tribes of the Amazon basin. Estacion Kapitari is run by the shaman Don Lucho, who brews and dispenses ayahuasca as a medicine that is taken within the context of sacred ritual. In other words, if you want to take it, you have to submit to the process and its broader schedule of preparation.
Charles Poliquin, respected strength coach, has passed away at 57 years of age from a heart attack.
Why would any self-respecting fitness professional post an article about the usage of a prohibited hallucinogenic drug on their website?
If you’re looking for a trainer, the shirtless selfie is a sure sign that the individual in question should be avoided.
“Discomfort is the price of admission to a meaningful life.”
During her TED talk entitled, ‘The Gift and Power of Emotional Courage.’
There’s a problem with ‘modern’ gym training: you’re expected to leave your brain at the door. In reality, whether this is a good or bad thing is irrelevant; it’s not actually possible. Your mind has a habit of following you everywhere and demands to be involved in everything.
Three minutes of pain
Sitting in icy water
Shrinkage down below
– ‘Ice Bath Haiku’
Dr. Daniel Gaitz
Tyger Tyger has a few things that separate it from the average PT studio, one of which is gun osteopath Doctor Daniel Gaitz, who was responsible for the introduction of the infra-red sauna.
Pavel Tsatsouline says that ‘strength is a skill.’ According to Nick Littlehales, English sleep coach to elite sportsmen and women, so is sleep.