Mark Sisson: The Importance, and Achievability, of Being Fit

An even bigger priority than fiscal fitness
Sunday, February 3, 2013, 2:06 AM

For years, Mark Sisson competed as a professional runner and triathlete. He trained hard and conventionally, but realized that the "better" shape he was in, the more problems his body had: joint pain, digestive issues, tendonitis, etc.

Eventually he retired from competition and set out to find a way to remain fit, but healthy. His reseach led him to focus on the evolutionary path the human body has followed; How our physiology is designed and how our genes are wired. » Read more

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How to Make Primitive Kilns

The ancient and simple way to fire pottery
Thursday, June 28, 2012, 9:53 AM

Some inspiration to get you working with clay and making your own pots without the investment of a commercial kiln.