Why Rich People Love Triathlons

Endurance sports are very popular in the highest income brackets. Living in an affluent area the past year, I finally understand why.  It’s a mixture of psychology, social status signaling and prestige, and environmental luxury. Time Investment Marathons and triathlons require double digit hours of training each week.  Only people with time, wealth and disposable […]

How I Made $1 MILLION Through Twitter, An Email List and Ebooks

I’ve broken the whole process down into 12 principles and points Feel free to ask questions at any time Since someone will call BS, here is proof of work, lifetime sales on @gumroad… 1. The Digital Economy is the richest, most open economy in existence Lets go back to 2011, I was a personal trainer […]


In 2020, I researched Ancient Greek athletics, and from there I started exploring training techniques in other cultures These are my favorite “ancient” exercises with timeless health and performance benefits 1. Hindu Squats Hindu squats are known as Baithaks, Pelewan wrestlers routinely do 1000 a day as part of their training (they build up this […]

What to Do About HAIR LOSS

For the past few years I have been asked on a weekly basis what can be done about hair loss. For some statistical evidence, ala the American Hair Loss Association. 66% of men notice some degree of hair thinning by age 35, and this number goes up to 85% by the age of 50 40% […]

Hero’s Journey

The Hero’s Journey is an archetypal story pattern, and you see in ancient stories and modern ones. It is not a “new” idea that someone thought up, rather, its representative that people ALWAYS think in narrative form. It looks like this. (credit to Reg Harris for the image)  Joseph Campbell was the one to fully […]

Just Follow The Program

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4 times a month, I host a health and fitness AMA session on Twitter. Most of the questions are from young men and women who’ve just started training. “What’s the best exercise to get 6 pack?“, “How to develop upper chest?“, “Can we build muscles with bodyweight training?” I always answer them because I understand […]

The Man That Changed My Life (A Reflection on Luck)

I think you can fucking write, so prove it… ~Bob~ I have been reading Rory Sutherland’s “Alchemy”. I am not fond of writing book reports (read the book), but there is a point I wanted to share. Rory discusses the role of LUCK, and how it is undervalued in modern society. The Ancient Greeks called […]

What is Posture?


Your Posture is your relationship with gravity. Gravity pulls you straight down, muscle keeps your skeleton upright against it. Gravity is always in effect. If your body is physically not conditioned to resist its effects, then you are gradually going to break down with age. When I tell people “gravity will destroy you” I am […]

Fatherless Women

“My father had a few good qualities and many horrible ones. He was a master in masking his bad qualities. But I Iearned from my grandfather, who was as best as they come. Which is why my grandpa’s death affected me more than my father’s abandonment” Something that is vastly overlooked in modern society, and […]

The Passion Mythology

Passion is far too mercurial and nebulous. I encourage people to consider enthusiasms rather than passion. Passion comes and goes. Enthusiasm, on the other hand, can be nurtured & fed, constantly revitalized. It helps to think of enthusiasm as passion’s better behaved sibling. ~the Gentlemen Mystic~ Society is taught that passion MUST be present for […]