The progression principle of training. by Dr. Tyrone Ceaser

Try bringing a knife to a gunfight?

Yep, I tried it, and was sadly mistaken. Recent times through life-phase transitions taught me something similar:

Don’t bring the old, uncomfortable, sad sack-of-crap, still angered and resenting daddy - type man. Instead, bring the new, experienced, beat-up-but-still-fighting, wise, new-attitude, optimistic man.

This man has a fighting chance.

This is the most interesting and beautiful concept of resistance training: you determine the type of growth. But even the body outputs force in all the wrongly trained ways. Have you ever strained a muscle that’s been otherwise healthy all your life/

When it comes, you know it. by Dr. Tyrone Ceaser

I think there are times in this life where we know certain things are supposed to happen at certain times - mile markers is how I think of them.I reached, saw, and heard a few of those all in one day. Today.

My next task is to figure out what to do with them. I can quite honestly say that I have spent the better part of life ignoring these mini-signals. The problem with that is they always catch back up to you.


Sunday Serenity: “Peace! Be still" (an ode to stillness in stressful situations). by Dr. Tyrone Ceaser


For the purposes of this ‘short’ it doesn't matter if you disbelieve  the story of one Jesus Christ and his experience on water during a raging storm in the Sea of Galilee. What matters is what you believe about his ability to remain true to self during times of difficulty, peril, perplexity, and tulmotuous times. There's something to be said about the person, who, during the most radical and most stressful times, can remain calm, steady, and content.

Stress is a great mirror into human motive and resiliency.

What does your response to stressful situation