Monthly Archives: October 2012

Are you happy?

I’m writing this in a café near my work place enjoying a lunch time latté. Very nice. Something I’m thinking about at the moment is happiness. I think it’s an often overlooked subject, especially in the health and fitness community which can so often be goal orientated. Sure, we may have to make sacrifices in […]

A matter of taste

The human body is amazing. It truly is. There’s nothing else on earth that comes even remotely close. It can grow, adapt, move, heal, learn and reproduce. It is self aware and aware of its environment. It can give signals about what is good and bad for it through the use of pleasure and pain. […]

Science at its best

I’ve been in Canada for three and a half weeks, which is why this blog has been quiet lately. I’m half way through writing an entry which I started in heathrow airport waiting for my flight out but I’ve been lacking in time, and if I’m honest, motivation, to finish it. I will soon. Promise. […]

Nashville Kettlebell

A Christian viewpoint on diet and exercise


You were made to move.



Dr. Malcolm Kendrick

Scottish Doctor, author, speaker, sceptic

Intoxicated On Life

Pursuing a Healthy Home Life

Thor Falk

Fitness is a journey, not a goal...

Gary Taubes

Author of The Case Against Sugar, Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories

Mark's Daily Apple

Serving up health and fitness insights (daily, of course) with a side of irreverence.

Zoë Harcombe

A Christian viewpoint on diet and exercise

A Christian viewpoint on diet and exercise

Fat Head

Blog site for the comedy-documentary Fat Head

Tess Hunt RKC

BJJ, Traveling, and Life