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How to eat like a normal man on weekdays and a beast on weekends

As a kid, they’ll take me to buffets and il eat til i literally puke (Ponderosa, i miss you). People who really know me know that i have a voracious appetite, even without the drugs. And so going on a diet of any sort will no doubt fail in my case because i aint gonna … Continue reading

Smart drugs- the lure of increased intelligence in a pill

I started the year on a high, literally. Dexamethasone, Theolin SR and Seretide had put me thru a whole sine curve of emotions and various states of mental acuity (or lack thereof). Having witnessed (nay, experienced) the very real mental effects of drugs, and with the upcoming movie Limitless (links below), i became very much … Continue reading

Life Lessons from Schwarzenegger (movies) No.1 : Keep It Simple (aka Epistemological reasoning and Occam’s Razor applied to Predator)

From Predator ” If it bleeds, we can kill it” Scenario: you’re a marine in the middle of the Guatemalan jungle and you’re hunted by a creature that skins its victims, sees in the dark, and recently killed a whole bunch of Green Berets straight out of Fort Bragg. And oh yeah, it’s also F**KING … Continue reading

Feb Workout Experiment (Part 2)- Cat vomit and 6 minute abs

Recently i purchased The Four Hour Body by Tim Ferriss that claims methods that will accomplish everything from 15 minute female orgasms to abs in 6 minutes (twice a week, 3 weeks). And since im trying out a new once-a-week workout routine inspired by Dr Doug McGuff’s Body By Science *, i thought why not … Continue reading

Feb Workout Experiment Part 1- ‘Before’ measurements

Got up this morning and after clearing my ‘system’ (i.e bladder and bowels, without any food or water in my system, proceeded to take my body measurements. Tools used 1. Accu-measure Body Fat Calipers I use these for skinfold measurements (i.e pinch the lard around your body and use the thickness for measuring body fat) … Continue reading

Winners aim high, Losers aim EVEN HIGHER-how to start an exercise program and stick to it

Have finally finished a month’s worth of workouts. This is the first time in 3 years that i’ve actually embarked on a post new year’s resolution workout and actually stuck to plan. Here’s why i believe it happened: How to start an exercise program and stick to it 1) Publicly tell everyone and make sure … Continue reading