There are many views on how you should live and prioritize your life as an entrepreneur. Some find the only way is to dedicate 25 hours of your day towards your company or goal. If you aren’t working all hours of the day, then maybe your competitors are and they are getting ahead. Eating, sleeping, … Continue reading Strength training the ultimate supplement for entrepreneurs
One of the hard parts about entrepreneurship is the lack of acknowledgement and appreciation when starting out. No one really knows what you are doing. A few people may know the hypothesis behind what you are trying to accomplish but for most unproven ideas they start their life as just that - an unproven hypothesis. … Continue reading The Myth of Sisyphus starring the hopeful entrepreneur
By some strange coincidence the film about the life of Steve Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher aired on tv yesterday, the same night as I had written my review about his book. It can be seen as nothing else than the world conspiring to make me write about the film as well - so here goes. … Continue reading Steve Jobs the movie starring Ashton Kutcher
Some months have passed since I read this book: Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. I can’t really tell why I haven’t felt the urge to write about it yet though. Perhaps more because of the impression about Steve Jobs I was left with after reading it, than the book in itself. I have read Walter Isaacson’s … Continue reading Steve Jobs – an evil character
If you’re a beginner just starting or started with strength training, then rep-schemes should be the least of your concerns. Stick to 5x5. Universally across most domains this just works best. Get good at the specific movements and get strong! Your progress will be way faster and way more unpredictable than any rep-scheme could predict. … Continue reading Wave loading – a different rep-scheme for strength
There has been a lot of different opinions when it comes to foam rolling. Some people swear by it while others says it is a total waste of time and highlights the foam-roller as the most over-hyped accessory in the fitness industry. But now finally there has been some scientific research that looked into the … Continue reading Does foam rolling work? Mobility, warm-up and science.
Almost no matter who you are daily living can be both mundane and boring. Even if I wanted I can’t change that. But I do believe there is value to be had and perhaps I can make a little change in the way you go about your day which will make them seem a little … Continue reading Awareness in daily living
Most people probably drink too little water. They kill their thirst with some sort of bottled or canned alternative containing either none or lots of calories. Steering somewhat clear of that discussion I will focus on the ones who actually do turn to water whenever they feel thirsty and only uses the bottled and canned … Continue reading Drinking water vs absorbing water
This will by no means be a full description of block starts, that will be beyond the scope of this post, but I will instead focus on the first few steps you take out of the blocks as they are some of the most important steps and sets you up for the rest of the … Continue reading Sprinting – The art of the start – The first few steps
I've had this book on my shelf for quite some while. I actually started reading it while in Dublin on a business trip some 6-8 months ago - got very amused by it, but at the time I was in the midst of two other books so had to leave it for some while and … Continue reading Surely you’re joking Mr. Feynman!