If you are a frequent flyer, you can take steps to reduce your carbon footprint.

Reduce your carbon footprint. Good for the earth, good for you.

My carbon footprint has been growing.

And there is something I (and you) can do to fix that.

Air travel lays down a heavy carbon footprintLike most people I am concerned about the health of our planet and the effects of human activity on the environment. While there is always room for improvement, I do what I can when at home. However with the dramatic increase in air travel that is a necessary part of teaching the Wingmaster Course, my carbon footprint has grown greatly.

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The Roundup - Quinoa salad, breath affects fear and grab a medicine ball.

The Roundup – Quinoa salad, breath affects fear and grab a medicine ball.

The Roundup – Quinoa salad, breath affects fear and grab a medicine ball.

It was definitely time to add some new recipes to my home cooking.

We cook most of our meals at home and largely from scratch. We also eat primarily vegetarian at home. We save our meat eating for going out.

Smoky Quinoa and Black Bean salad recipe from Budget BytesMaybe you’re like us. You have a small group of meals that you cook over and over. Humans, as all other species, are primarily creatures of habit. That’s got it’s benefits. Survival is essentially having the right group of habits. But for those species with higher brain function, basically humans, that can make like boring!

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You can't change your blood pH levels through an "alkaline" diet.

The Roundup: Better nutrition, exercise for partners & the alkaline myth

The Roundup: Better nutrition, exercise for partners & the alkaline myth

Man, it’s been a while since I posted one of these.

My current work life is keeping me away from working on the site. I’m now living in Oakland while working in Marin and San Francisco. Three days a week, I’m spending 4+ hours a day COMMUTING. So not awesome. But I’m on my way to changing that.

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Coffee can help reduce the severity of tinnitus. Read more here.

The Roundup: Let’s debunk bad nutrition science & praise coffee

The Roundup: Let’s debunk bad nutrition science & praise coffee

I’m always checking up on questionable things I hear trainers tell their clients.

My life in spent in gyms and exercise studios. Therefore, my life is spent around trainers. As I’ve mentioned other times, trainers say some things that aren’t exactly scientifically true. But they do have the well being of their clients in mind. Close, but no cigar.

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The Roundup: Soaking your Grains, Shine your Skull, Run with freedom

The Roundup: Soaking your Grains, Shine your Skull, Run with freedom

It’s been a while since I threw down one of the roundups!

Over the last two months, I’ve really refocused my efforts toward my training business and have been laying low on the site. But I still find cool information that I want to share with you. So here we go!

You’ve probably heard that you should soak your grains. But do you know why?

Sprouting your beans and grains removes phytic acid

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The Roundup: Adjustable dumbbells, one pot pasta & noisy breathing

The Roundup: Adjustable dumbbells, one pot pasta & noisy breathing

It’s so nice to finally be settled in!

Just over one month ago, at the end of December, I moved from Atlanta, where I had been living for three years, to San Francisco. San Francisco is home to me. I lived here for 21 years before moving to Atlanta and California is definitely ingrained deeply into my heart.

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