Sounds nuts. Works great!
Yes, calisthenic workouts burn body-fat, build muscle, and develop great mental toughness - all in a single session. They draw deeply from your reserves, the longer you do them. They build speed and 'explosiveness' on the athletic field. They release natural opiates from the brain, and human growth hormone from the pituitary gland. . . .
What passes for modern-day, productive discussion COULD actually have a 'corrosive effect,' claims ancient Roman philosopher Epictetus - upon your psyche, and thus, your life purpose:
'It's not necessary to restrict yourself to philosophy all the time, but be aware that the common babbling that passes for worthwhile . . .
Of all the stories of physical discipline I've ever read, that of Mas Oyama remains my favorite. Featured in the book, Zen In The Martial Arts (Hyams), the tale is told in just a few pages. Yet a powerful story it is. The basics? Karate-master, and amazing physical specimen Oyama, lived for a year and a half alone, in the desolate . . .
When you finish your lunch or dinner, and you feel you've eaten too much? Here's an idea I've found helpful: Wait an hour or so. Allow food a bit of time to digest. Then do a quick, 'brutal,' all-out body-weight calisthenic workout. Sound 'unreasonable?' Well, stick with me a moment while I fully explain my, . . .
Greatest Body-Weight Workout in the World? Maybe So! The Brutal Yet Rewarding 'Stair Climber Session.' Details here:
Here's a totally simple - yet MASSIVELY efficient - body-weight workout. Which produces results like no fitness gadget or piece of equipment, anywhere on earth. Do it consistently? And you'll sculpt lean, super-attractive muscle from head to toe. You'll build an 'iron clad' core. Plus: You'll develop a totally-defined . . .
When I say 'dirt cheap,' btw? I'm talking $300 to $600 per month.
I have a friend who lives in California. He records YouTube videos for a living. He, as I am, is a lifelong freedom-lover. He'd LOVE to leave the U.S. occasionally - and travel the world! And knowing I've lived in Cambodia for a few years, he asked me two questions: 1) 'Where are the best places to live in Cambodia?' And 2) . . .
You've got him beat by a long shot. Here's why:
There once was a man who 'had everything.' He owned a huge California estate - 45,000 square feet, to be exact. He had rewarding business interests, to put it mildly - including oil related ventures that made him worth billions. AND, of course, he had the means to consume as much food as he deemed necessary for his satisfaction; . . .