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Looking to gain a bit more perspective and control over your life? Try weekly planning. In this video, I show how I do my weekly attack plan sessions. For more info, read the article that inspired the video.
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West Point’s graduating class of 1915 produced some of America’s greatest military leaders including Dwight Eisenhower and Omar Bradley. Author and historian Michael Haskew calls it “the class the stars fell on.” In today’s podcast I talk to Michael about his book West Point 1915 and the men who made up this class and what made them so special. Show Highlights What made the class of 1915 different from previous and subsequent West Point classes What day-to-day life was like for a West Poi
Of the many “contradictions” of Churchill’s life, one of the most interesting is that while he loved high-flying adventure, and relished danger, risk, and excitement, he was also, as a friend put it, “tremendously domestic.” Nothing gave him more happiness and satisfaction than his family, and while he loved traveling the world, he could sincerely say that “A day away from Chartwell is a day wasted.”
Yet the more one looks at his life, the less contradictory these two impulses seem. N
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Editor’s note: This is a guest post by David Danzeiser.
I hung up the phone with the travel agent. I had just finished booking 45,000 miles worth of flights around the world. The trip would last a year and take me to 23 different countries.
Over a year of planning and saving had culminated with a phone call and everything was booked successfully.
The trip took me to snowy, northern Norway past the Arctic Circle, the rainy and
Nowadays when you hear the word “spam,” you probably think of the unwanted emails you get from unknown sources soliciting you for money and information. Little do many people know, the term actually refers to and originates from the glorious canned luncheon meat of the same name. In the 90s when email became popular, users began referring to a classic Monty Python sketch to talk about these unwanted but ubiquitous messages. In the sketch, a couple is dining at a restaurant in which Spam is pa
Do you ever struggle to describe your unique background? Do you have trouble explaining about certain not-so-flattering work history in a way that sounds believable? If so, you’re not alone.
Maybe you dropped out of college to run a coffee shop. Maybe you skipped college to join the Army. Maybe you were a ski bum for a few winters. Or maybe you spent a few years touring with your band, hoping ska would make a comeback (good luck with that).
Today’s working world tends to rewar
Editor’s note: This week we’re publishing excerpts from FM 21-20, an Army field manual from 1946 that includes the physical training program used by GIs during WWII. You can read the story behind FM 21-20 here. This series may offer you practical suggestions on exercises to incorporate into your own workouts, or simply inspire you to get in shape and embody the kind of strength and fitness that would make your grandpa proud!
WWII Workout Week concludes with some exercises you can do t
If you’ve played college or high school sports or served in the military, you may have used Sorinex strength training equipment. For 30 years, Sorinex has made strength training equipment right here in the United States. Today I talk to the CEO, Bert Sorin, about the history of the company and why every man should strive to be what he calls “physically cultured.” Show Highlights The history of Sorinex Why every man should be strong The strength benchmarks Bert thinks every man should
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Today we continue our video series on an introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with Rener Gracie of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. In this video, Rener gives us a rundown on the philosophy behind BJJ. Hope you enjoyed this series!
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Last week’s winner was Nigel from Wenatchee, WA. He chose the Roo Hammock for camping trips with his family – enjoy! My Picks This Week
Huckberry teamed up with Howler Bros. to create an exclusive traveler’s shirt that looks equally good in the backwoods as it does at happy hour with your friends. It’s built with a lightweight, breathable cotton blend, features a microfiber sunglass cloth in the chest pocket, vented back yoke, and triple stitching in the shoulders and arms. The knives