Iron Meditation or One Organic Whole

One of the biggest problems with our version of civilization is compartmentalization of experiences. We pretend that what happens at work doesn’t bleed over into cooking dinner, that walking the dog is disconnected from the sermon last Sunday. That eating dinner has no connection to Monday morning’s Power Point presentation. This is NOT true. Not […]

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NARP and Getting Rid of the Squat

I once read an article in a now defunct powerlifting magazine that made me chuckle.  But first, I have to announce that because of this article, I have learned a new term.  Cue the drum roll please. The word of the day is NARPs. NARP stands for Non Athletic Regular People. The lowercase “s” is for when you see […]

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Four Day Whirlwind

The last four days has been a flurry of activity. I can’t believe that so much has happened in such a short time. I’ll attempt to condense it into segments so I don’t ramble. Wednesday, Oct. 7, 8am – I kissed my wife Naomi and our daughter, Norah, goodbye and hopped in the Kia with […]

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Letter to James 10/3/2015

  Dear James, I got your letter last Thursday, (two days ago) and I am glad to hear about your positive attitude. I happen to be watching the story of Nelson Mandela, the first black president of South Africa. He was in prison for 20 years for fighting for equality for blacks in South Africa. […]

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