Pavel Tsatsouline on the Science of Strength and the Art of Physical Performance
Tim Ferriss consistently produces excellent and informative podcasts. He asks questions that dig deep and is always looking at extracting information and actionable take-home points out of some of the world’s experts in a variety of disciplines. Last week Tim’s guest was none other than Pavel Tsatsouline, known by many as the man who popularised the kettlebell in the western world. Yet as you’ll learn when you listen to the podcast this is just one small facet of Pavel’s approach to fitness. This is amongst the best of Tim’s podcasts and is the hands-down the best and most in-depth interview I’ve heard with Pavel.
This One Simple Trick Will Make All Your Meals Taste Better
This article taken from Mark’s Daily Apple probably isn’t about what you think it’s about, but it is an interesting read. I kind of like the mystery and linkbait surrounding the title so rather than divulge the article’s content I’ll just leave this part of the introduction to pique your interest: “If you’re a chef, restaurant owner, food truck proprietor, or even a line cook, it may be the most important post you ever read. I guarantee it will change your business — and your life — forever.”
The Scary Difference Between Smoking and Non-Smoking Identical Twins
Brought to my attention courtesy of Darryl Edwards, The Fitness Explorer, this article entitled ‘The Scary Difference Between Smoking and Non-Smoking Identical Twins’ collects together a series of photographs from The Department of Plastic Surgery of Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, USA, taken from a study investigating the affects of smoking on identical twins. The study is aptly known as ‘Facial Changes Caused By Smoking: a Comparison Between Identical Twins; Smokers and Non-Smokers’.