Health and Fitness: How Were People so Effortlessly Thin in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s?

How were people so effortlessly thin in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s?

Really eye opening article.

Bottom Line: The 1980’s is when everything went to SHIT.

Box Breathing: A Tactical Breathing Technique To Stop Stress

Box Breathing: A Tactical Breathing Technique To Stop Stress


Breathing is one of the most basic but neglected things people can do to not only reduce stress but also improve your martial and firearm skills!

For those interested, I highly recommend you look into the Russian Martial Art of Systema and a book called Let Every Breath, Secrets of the Russian Breath Masters by Vladamir Vasiliev.

A good friend of mine introduced me to these techniques many years ago and it changed my life for the better in every respect.

Stop Listening to Joe Rogan Kids, Smoking Weed is NOT Cool

San Diego ER seeing up to 37 marijuana cases a day — mostly psychosis


“We’re now counting 37 cannabis-related diagnoses a day,” Dr. Roneet Lev, an addiction medicine doctor at Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego, said about her emergency department. “It’s been steadily increasing over the years. When I started in the 1990s, there was no such thing. Now I see 1 to 2 cases per shift. The most common symptom is psychosis.” 

“We probably see 20 THC-induced psychoses for every amphetamine-induced psychosis,” said Ben Cort, who runs a drug and alcohol treatment center in Colorado. One study showed an increase of 24% in cases of psychoses in emergency departments in Colorado in the five years following marijuana’s legalization in that state in 2012.

Since then, legal marijuana has been transformed into a potent and unrecognizable product.

“When I speak at parent nights at schools, most adults still think it’s like the weed we smoked when we were teens in the ’80s, [which had] between 3 to 5% THC per gram of flower,” said Laura Stack, an advocate against cannabis abuse in Colorado. “We never had today’s high-potency concentrates, vapes or edibles.”

Fitness and Shooting: The Secrets You Don’t Know



A much needed reminder about how physical and cardiovascular fitness effects our fine and gross motor skills.

Get After It and Train!