An Introduction to Fitness with Alex Fernandes

Guest Article by Alex Fernandes 

Any new path in life can be daunting, and leave you wondering “where do I begin?” Forming a new habit, and especially sticking with it, creates all-together different challenges. Your fitness journey is no exception to these obstacles. It’s not uncommon to see people sign up for a gym membership, only to see them standing around wondering what exercises to do, only to end up on the treadmill for 45 minutes, day in and day out. This cycle continues for most, with no real results. This can be disheartening and lead to poor adherence, and eventually, quitting all together.

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Aging in a Stressful Era

Guest Article by Patrick Huynh

Greetings and salutations dear citizens of the world and creators of your reality. First and foremost, I’m in no way stating that the past eras were any less stressful as our ancestors lived and survived the ice age and a plethora of calamities, that being said, we’re positioned at the edge and cusp of an ever growing exponentially technological evolution that is geared towards the exploration of space and beyond. Continue reading “Aging in a Stressful Era”

One Year of Meditation & How It Changed My Life

Before I began my practice, I had a very poor understanding of meditation. To me it was an archaic religious practice. It was some hippy promise of an ethereal spiritual awakening. Skepticism was warranted of course; meditation is often coupled with new age nonsense. Delusional gurus and crackpot charlatans are in no short supply. But how could someone so clearly off the mark as Deepak Chopra at times seems so insightful? Is there any actual value to meditation? Is it just sitting with your eyes closed? Or is there more to it?

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