May 27, 2019
Mar 20, 2019
This episode with Massimiliano (Max) de Zambotti came about when I found his paper on comparing the Oura ring against the gold standard of sleep assessment, polysomnography.
Being the curious type, I clicked his name on the Pubmed link and found a whole list of papers he's worked on. As it turns out, he studies...
Feb 13, 2018
-importance of experts, addressing the last show
Email from Mike in Flagstaff:
“I basically agree with everything you say, but want to push back just a little on your comments about experts. I don’t take issue with what you say as far as it goes. But, I do feel the general theme of not needing experts and that...
Jun 12, 2017
Dr. Amy Kruse began tearing things apart as a (very) young girl, ripping apart her first typewriter at 5 years old. Raised as an only child by high school English teachers, she ended up in neuroscience working in the defense industry helping soldiers learn to shoot faster, more accurately. Of course.
Mar 30, 2016
Upon getting back into rock climbing after a 17 year hiatus, I quickly discovered Mark & Mike Anderson's contribution to training for the sport in the form of The Rock Climber's Training Manual.
After reading through it I realized that these guys were demonstrating more than just an interest in training, this is...