A little over a year ago, I wrote a blog post as a long-overdue update to a previous blog post sharing my desire to get fit again. Unfortunately, I did not get around to making it a public post. Here's what I said in that May 26, 2016 unpublished private post
A couple of years ago, I could easily do more than 35 consecutive pull-ups with proper form and without resting. My push-up game was on point too. I was well over 40 years old, and I felt more than strong—I truly felt physically powerful. Actually, I was. Currently--not so much.
I recently attended a cultural event celebrating chocolate at the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington, DC. The Power of Chocolate was a two-day festival (March 28-29) relating to the history of chocolate. Much of the event focused on how the Maya, Aztec, and other indigenous people used chocolate.
I occasionally have an urge to snack on walnuts, cashews, pistachios, almonds, and other nuts. However, sometimes I refrain from buying them, because the prices seem expensive relative to other snacks. I have developed a propensity towards frugality in some respects. I tend to want to buy generic and cheap items, and that often irks my wife.
Today, I present an interesting twist regarding an old tonic and a completely unrelated new red wine that hit the market a few months ago.
Are you interested in fast weight loss? Well, I'd like to divulge my personal fat-incinerating diet for losing weight fast. I should note that people have marveled at how I can transform my body so quickly. I have been known to both bulk up and shed pounds whenever I want.
If you are 40 or older and you’re contemplating ways [...]
We know from history and science that we can just as easily be wiped out by an asteroid as by a viral pandemic.