December 28, 2015

  • Microbiome is a new and strange field of science

    My Microbiome data is in; I Need a Re-count

    By / December 28, 2015

    A wise man once told me, “if you’re not assessin’ your guessin’.” It’s tempting to read studies, draw conclusions and change your behavior. I must admit, I do this all the time. To better measure the impact of an intervention testing is important.  Read part 1 of 3 my gut microbiome series here – “Poop: how… Read more

  • Stay Ready for life

    Stay Ready in Life

    By / December 28, 2015

    Stay Ready: it’s important to Stay Ready all the time “Stay ready” what does this mean?  Anyone who reads this blog knows that I am extremely interested in all aspects of the fitness world.  I appreciate high levels of competition.  From Tetris Championships to Marathons in the woods, I like to stay ready for a… Read more

  • Perfection is hard to achieve

    Perfection is a Moving Target

    By / December 21, 2015

    Here is what I accomplished this weekend: 1. Got Hammered. 2. Skipped a 10k I was signed up for. 3. Watched 5 episodes of Game of Thrones (cool show by the way, I’m late to the party.) 4. Pissed off My Fiance who wasn’t even in town. 5. At age 32 played beer pong. (1-1… Read more

  • Ubiome post intervention

    Ubiome Post Intervention Data

    By / December 20, 2015

    Recently I set out on a mission to fix my gut.  I hoped to improve my food intolerances and clear up my skin. Compiling quantitative data was important to me during this process.  Going into this process I knew my data wouldn’t be proof of any one thing because I changed so many variables at once. Nevertheless,… Read more

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